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Recent Reviews

Nov 18, 2019
I was made aware that this album would be up my street considering last year’s AOTY runner up Twin Fantasy shares some DNA with this and those folk weren’t wrong. A loud and proud release, Weatherday utilises this aesthetic to great effect, really getting you into the required headspace to take in all of these pent up emotions.

There’s so many highlights that come from this, the prime example being the 13 minute monolith My Sputnik Sweetheart. Unfortunately there’s an ... read more
Nov 14, 2019
In my attempt to avoid restating what’s already been said, I've failed. Mainly because starting off a review by saying “what can be said about Igor that everyone else hasn’t already” has me off to a rocky start. It isn’t helped that the compulsion to say the following is mighty strong; this is the same Tyler The Creator? A rapper whose immaturity was both his charm and his crux? The youngster who sneered at the term “horror-core” while fully embracing ... read more
Nov 11, 2019
Since the day I bought Revolutions: Live at Wembley, I’ve always had a certain fascination for artists recording their live performances and delivering it like the rest of their catalogue. While this may read like the start of a UCAS personal statement, it’s no less true especially when live albums aren’t often considered “real releases” (besides the usual big suit exceptions).

This Car Seat Headrest album could have simply been a wined and dined (or is it hobbled ... read more
Nov 8, 2019
When it came down to formulating my most anticipated albums list for 2019 there was a bit of variety. Sophomore releases from artists that surprised me, the debut projects from exciting new talent and comeback records with a 16% chance of happening. However, since I started doing these in 2015, every list of this nature has had one staple: Vampire Weekend.

So when it came to the news that we were finally getting a new album from the New York band, it’s safe to say that I was maybe too ... read more
Nov 6, 2019
No matter what way you feel about it, Forced Witness was one of the biggest surprises of 2017. While I hate to start such a review with this, Alex Cameron’s sophomore effort will be at the back of your mind when checking out Miami Memory. And who could blame you? Walking the thin line of sincerity and comedy like Jim Carrey’s transition into the noughties, Forced Witness was a joy to behold. An album that’s only gotten better since its release.

You may assume that everything ... read more
Nov 11, 2019
My reviews were admittedly kinda shitty when I wrote this because I wasn't in the best state mentally at the time, but here's the link
Sep 29, 2019
Question for my first community sourced AOTY list: What's a great album that you can't listen to anymore, and what's the reason?
Oct 30, 2018
Die Lit a 44, YES!!!
Sep 3, 2018
you gave die lit a 35!!! NO VRO!!1
Aug 31, 2018
Aug 31, 2018
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