Recent Reviews

Jan 12, 2020
95
A beautiful exploration into the ideas of despondency and proof that sometimes all you need is a good voice and amazing production to melt create one something truly special.
Jan 11, 2020*
83
A very off kilter project that is positively dripping in abstract lyricism and unique production that range from the use of violens, to drums, and guitars that all add a lot in terms of making this project sound different from a lot of the other stuff I've listened to.

I will say that sometimes Saul William's flow can be a little too out there for me, as I genuinely felt like some of these songs are more poems than actual songs that one could play on a stage or could slide comfortable into a ... read more
Jan 10, 2020
85
I don't know why this makes me want to cry. This shit is powerful for what many describe as a depressed robot crooning into a microphone.

Maybe it's just my appreciation for dark and despondent music, or the themes of mental health and feeling lost on this record, but I genuinely like this; like a lot.

I don't know why, but I do. Not sure if I'm ready to become "drained" or whatever, but I feel like this record speaks to me in a way that few records have done, but I can't pinpoint ... read more
Jan 10, 2020
50
This is the guy that made the Waters? It dosen't feel like him.

This feels so dry both production and content wise to me. Everything feels just so mid on this project and it is legitimately impressive that a guy with so much talent can put out something this flavorless. Also, there are some songs on this project in which he sounds almost eerily like IDK to me and Mick seems to match that feeling with the same lifeless and boring delivery IDK enthused his record with just last year.

It's ... read more
Jan 7, 2020*
93
One of the most iconic and best Rap albums of the 90s that actually holds up thanks to the Wu-Tang's original sound and each members contributions to the group with RZA's production being a highlight of this project throughout and each member giving memorable verses on almost every song.

It's a masterclass in how to make a posse tape and deserves to be heralded in the way it is, due to it's timeless material and amazing collaboration between the group members as each Rapper flows right after ... read more
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80-89
 
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70-79
 
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60-69
 
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50-59
 
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40-49
 
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30-39
 
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20-29
 
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10-19
 
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0-9
 
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