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Jamison Isaak is an artist I've been following for around 2 years now, ever since he released the first in his "Spring Patterns" series of albums in April of 2018. He's since released two more of those records, this being the third and most recent installment.

The Spring Patterns series is one I've become heavily invested in. These albums are testaments to how cohesive ambient compositions can captivate a listener just as intensely as any other genre. Each of these patterns is given ... read more
Portux -
83
Much of my opinion on Enter Shikari is dictated by one simple personal weakness of mine. I'm a complete sucker for bright, melodic, electronically-infused rock music. Well, guess what makes up about 95% of this record?

The band's last album "The Spark" was one that really resonated with me, as I thought it was an incredibly tight collection of energetic and uplifting tracks that featured a surprising amount of variety. This new album is essentially just more of that good stuff that ... read more
Portux -
82
I fully understand why this record might not resonate with many people, especially those who are fans of Stevens' more alternative/folk-oriented work. I myself found it difficult to really sink my teeth into this one the first couple times through. After a while, however, something really clicked for me with these compositions. While they aren't the most complex, experimental new age pieces you'll find, there is something to be said about how dense some of these atmospheres are and how cohesive ... read more
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I was definitely not among the group of people who were swept up into the hype of this album, but I was definitely intrigued when I heard Uzi finally released it after teasing it for the better part of 3 years. The way fans were talking about this record made it seem like Uzi was genuinely trying to do something different and innovating his sound. While I certainly appreciate his attempt to create a more cohesive project that has a central theme, this album just doesn't land for me. Sure, there ... read more
Portux -
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Back with their first full-length record since 2015's "A Head Full of Dreams", Coldplay promised a more "experimental" approach to this new project, which excited the absolute hell out of me. If that 2015 album made one thing clear, it was that Coldplay was quickly stagnating as a group and needed a breath of fresh air; they needed to go out of their comfort zone to recapture the magic of their 2008-2014 discography. After listening through the album a few times, It's clear ... read more
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