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Recent Reviews

May 24, 2020
SafariMan -
After the very short project launched in the beginning of 2020,Kota the Friend is back with the summer flows and new beats.

Coming into this new LP, I was hopping for some sort of evolution on how the American rapper approaches this low-key introspective rap, since his flow haven't changed a lot in the last years and, even though he's perceived as one of the talents in this particular genre of hip-hop, he hasn't reached the maximum of his capacity has a writer, composer and rapper yet. ... read more
May 18, 2020
SafariMan -
The new full length project called "Obsidian" from the fathers of goth metal is out. Grab it.

Before listening to the English band Paradise Lost, I must recognize my lack of knowledge about Goth or this more "doomish" approach to Power Metal. But nonetheless, some things and sounds always translate into a good message if they are worthy of our time.

The album begins with such an epic banger, really setting the bar really high for the rest of it. And "Fall from ... read more
May 8, 2020
SafariMan -
Simbiatu 'Simbi' Abisola Abiola Ajikawo, the very talented artist droped the newest release after the massive success that "GREY Area" was. And it's a shame that it's only 13 minutes long.

Ironically, the first two tracks sound very similar to the first two ones on "GREY Area" album, with the opener showing all the groove of the british grime scene mixed with a more eddy and experimental vibe, which is more or like the sonority with which Little Simz was first recognized ... read more
May 3, 2020
SafariMan -
The nu-jazz band coming from London have released a new EP of 3 tracks, that will be forgotten quickly, unfortunately.

After landing LP after LP, with a unique sonority that is the heart of the band - a prog jazz melancholic flow - that made them so relevant for so long in the british jazz scene, the band produced a three track EP that, even if I wanted to say a lot, I couldn't, since this project is so plain musically. All the three tracks have the same vibe and texture, which isn't ... read more
Apr 26, 2020*
SafariMan -
The first project of this decade for one of the main bands in today's metalcore scene is out and it's a "gift" for the older fans of the American band.

The new Trivium album, "What the dead man says", begins with an epic intro that really set's up the tone for the first real track, with the same name of the album that show the more pure metalcore side of the american band, with a really powerful bass line and pounding drums all over it. The next tune, ... read more
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Just a music lover. If it's done with passion and soul (and a strong bassline too), then probably it's some good quality vibrations.
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