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Recent Reviews

Feb 28, 2020
A beautifully produced album that sounds stellar and brings with it a constantly brimming tone, one of which can easily be put to the background and allowed to fill the room or your ears. However, where it exceeds in its sonic clarity it lacks in many other aspects necessary to propel it forward as an excellent release.

The majority of these songs sound nearly identical, assisting in the flow of the overall product but hampering it in terms of allowing tracks to stand out or feeling like there ... read more
Feb 28, 2020
I'm admittedly coming in blind to Suddenly. As my musical taste has started to expand over the last few years, Caribou is a consistent and respected artist who has yet to grace my ears up to this moment. Even with that in mind, given the acclaim Snaith has garnered over two decades, I still feel I came into Suddenly with high expectations.

With high expectations but minimal idea what to look forward to here, Snaith's tenth album and fifth under the Caribou moniker is a blistering mix of club ... read more
Feb 28, 2020
For many, the introduction to Soccer Mommy was from her solid outing on her first proper album Clean. Sophie Allison's 2018 release was a breakout of sorts from her bedroom indie pop, with a refreshing tone and exceptional flow. On color theory, Soccer Mommy maintains that momentum in many respects but expands on her previous sound with the help of expansive production.

Allison has such a delicate voice, yet it comes with bite that makes her stand out over her contemporaries. The lush tone of ... read more
Feb 24, 2020
Although the songs across Songs from a Room are far less memorable or impactful as the ones that preceded them on Leonard Cohen's stellar debut record, his follow-up record maintains a great deal of momentum and continues to deliver on the poetic and gorgeous lyricism of Cohen. The stories in themselves are enjoyable and weave together, but don't have the same requisite sensation that came with the debut.

Even if the album fails to have that same sense of urgency, Songs from a Room is a great ... read more
Feb 24, 2020
Leonard Cohen is an absolute force on his debut record, Song of Leonard Cohen. His greatest asset is his songwriting ability and his story-like lyricism. In fact, Cohen may be one of the most essential songwriters of his time, right up there with folk contemporary Bob Dylan, even if his songwriting style is clearly quite different and unique to Cohen. Although his voice is not quite as memorable as that of Dylan, his tone is perhaps even more inviting and accessible, yet maintains an important ... read more
Feb 21, 2020
Yess! I’m very excited!
Feb 13, 2020
Me and AZIZ have dropped a new song, please check it out:
Feb 5, 2020
What is the most extreme/emotionally heavy album you ever heard? (it’s for a list)
Jan 31, 2020
I think we understand each other. And I couldn‘t live with a lower minimum. Gotta keep the bar high.
Jan 21, 2020
Thanks for checking out the site! :) You rule!
Jan 20, 2020
I cant remember which episode it was tbh
Dec 2, 2019
My single "Techno Freak II" - I'd appreciate it a lot if you'd check it out and rate it. Thanks a lot |
Nov 18, 2019
congrats on 300!
Nov 18, 2019
congratulations on 300 followers!
Current artist for the week: Leonard Cohen

Check out my music podcasts. (Record Roundtable, Good Band Bad Band). Check out our AOTY page that is in the works at

100-96 = A masterpiece album
95-86 = A classic album
85-81 = A great album
80-76 = A good album
75-71 = An above-average album
70-66 = An average album
65-61 = A below-average album
60-51 = A poor album
50-41 = A bad album
40-0 = A stinker
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