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Simo
(se101)
Providence, Rhode Island

Recent Reviews

Jan 17, 2020
10
Who the hell let Neil McCormick from "The Telegraph" review this? This British dude does not know what he's talking about. Anyway, onto the review:

Come on eminem.

I would say you’re better than this, but the further away we get from the slim shady lp, your moody, angry, fast and furious aesthetic becomes more and more antiquated and corny. It was exciting at first, but you can only take it so far, and it seems like your tank has been running on empty for about four albums ... read more
Jan 17, 2020
62
iono man. The production is really cool, but not always executed up to MadLib's standards. I feel like this is sort of a fuck-around album for both of them. I feel like all the beats I really like are on the shortest songs, and everything happens so quickly I never get a good feel for what's going on. Fun sound, but kinda messy.
Jan 17, 2020
84
Posthumous releases exist in two spheres, well intentioned, and money grabbing. For most major artists, the line between well intentioned and money grabbing is often blurred, especially in a music scene that really sticks to the live fast die young mantra. Estates like that of XXXTENTACION have put out numerous releases since his death, all under the guise of letting his artistic vision live on. But, those albums have been offensively bad, largely due to their rushed and non-sincere nature. ... read more
Jan 17, 2020
60
yea sure, it's corny, but...
okay yes, it is also repetitive...
yea I know the lyrics are kinda dumb and the delivery is uninspired...
yea yea yea i know, but it's kinda pretty at some points, and sometimes the production actually does sound cool, so let it live it a lil. but not a lot cause overall it's overwhelmingly mediocre.

DEAL WIV IT
Jan 17, 2020
70
I wasn't really sure what to expect going into this album. During their six year hiatus, frontman Jack Steadman did his own thing and made God First under the moniker Mr Jukes, and it was a very enjoyable and pretty album. Some of that jazzier style seeps into the cracks of this album, but on the whole this album feels more like a mixture of all previous Bombay Bicycle Club albums.

I do miss the acoustic aesthetic that some of their earlier albums had, but the middle ground between that ... read more
Jan 16, 2020
Gonna have to check out this podcast of yours!
Jan 12, 2020
Thanks for the reply, the list is live now :)
Jan 12, 2020
Thanks very much for the follow, means a lot to me
Jan 11, 2020
Hiya, I'm doing a list of peoples favourite artists and giving my opinion on them. Who is your favourite artist?
About
College student at Brown University.
Just like to chat about music.
Link to my music podcast below, it's called "me reviewing music," pretty simple.
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