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Oct 19, 2019
80
Do you have this itch for some latter-day punk goodness that just won't dip out? Most probably not, given the A+ material that the scene's been recently putting down for the table. There are too many bands as of late that harbors a certain dazzle. Case and point, be it Protomartyr's stygian narratives, driven with extra doom, black midi's chaotic polyrhythms or IDLES' civilized angst. It's not that easy to try & deviate from what's been already created for originality points, but it's fun ... read more
Oct 10, 2019*
78
Angel Olsen's hopeless romances would only shoot for hyper-dramatic grounds that she haven't dipped her foot into until All Mirrors - A filmsy composition of opalescence that depends on it's splendour in an ever so dubious fashion.

The curtains come showering down till that point, sure. But that doesn't mean we can't take away what she has to offer on here. Well, I did try my best to gulp it all down because there are some tracks on here that could potentially rival even the most breathtaking ... read more
Oct 2, 2019
73
Treat this record as an afterparty drink after all the Drain Gang drops this year. You'll be surprised at the least about how cozy & strangely distinct it'll taste. The production aspect of this contemporary cloud rap niche has always been something that had been candy to my ears, but the borderline unlistenable vocals find ways fuck it up for me. But with Mixed Matches' debut; the beats on here particularly have an ethereal quality that's going turn some heads. And finally, The honey ... read more
Oct 1, 2019
75
Stroll your way into a cascade of lushious compositions & toasty grooves that's bound to warm one's mood up on Jay Som's latest work. Yep, an album that pins down what it means to sound like what's visually offered to you. It's all rather pieced up together by that statement alone really.

Say what you will about the surge of indie efforts that evaporates all too quickly, but in the grand scheme of it all, Anak Ko's significance sticks out amidst all that's been released this year. ... read more
Sep 27, 2019*
85
People could flip through every page of a book on vintage pop & blabber on and on about it's lack of inventiveness, Titanic Rising's potential addition to the genre's fatigue or it's inability to act as an archetype. But one thing is for certain - Weyes Blood has orchestrated a welcoming gateway for a generation to grow infatuated with. It's an immaculate, gloriously executed rendition of past efforts & what made figures like Joni Mitchell or The Beatles so entrancing in the first ... read more
Sep 28, 2019
What's your favorite album from a genre you usually don't like? It's for another one of these dumb lists lol
Sep 28, 2019
What's your favourite album to listen to in the rain? lol I know these list questions are taking over aoty
Jul 4, 2019
Thanks for the follow!
Jun 26, 2019
I can't wait for his new project!
Jun 26, 2019
New Rich Brian blew me away hbu
Jun 1, 2019
Everyone knows, "Malibu" is anderson paak's best album. You also put 90 on this album. It's really a great record!
May 31, 2019
Hey man, your account is really great...I read your reviews and I find them really good!
May 27, 2019
You deserve it.
May 26, 2019
Duuuude. Deon Custom and Rogue were also my shit back then. I actually first found Monstercat through Adventure Time, and I still enjoy that song till this day.
May 25, 2019
Lmao yeah nice to meet you😤😤😤
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the mid-late summer of 2017 marks my introduction for music outside of radio & Monstercat releases. hail gorillaz
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