Growing up and evolving as a human being while you grow together with a band is something inexplicable. And after hearing Deafheaven's new album, I can tell you how important they are to me. Nowadays music is the only thing that can bring me a real feeling, and sometimes music is not just production and stuff like that, sometimes we are lucky to came across albums that not only brings really good songs, but that they also ... read more
It's very hard to break the mold within a scene when the vast majority of releases are, at best, mediocre.
But Gatherers, on their fourth album, proves to be more alive than ever.
Mutilator is heart wrenching, and deliver us an harsh but fresh journey, throught an energetic and well-structured melancholy.
Brazen in their delivery of raw expression and brutally honest, Gatherers have never been a band that shy away from ... read more
When SMITHEREENS was announced I was a little afraid, especially for the time length. A twenty-four minute full lenght album made me think that maybe this release was already destined to be something full of fillers. But what really held back all the certainty that it was going to be a maybe solid release were the singles. The magnum opus for the broken hearts, Glimpse of Us and the fast, but fresh and ... read more
This sounds like any other generic country pop we've heard a thousand times before.
She's trying so hard to make this emotional, especially on the lyrics, but all I can think and feel is ''I'm 14 and this is deep''. Production and vocals is on point in majority of the songs along the album, but everything here sounds so unstructured and messy that the good elements faded into the background.