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Taevis -
Started out great, but began to lose me a little towards the closing leg. Still overall a very good album.

Standouts: Alone Again, Too Late, Hardest To Love, Escape from LA, Blinding Lights
Taevis -
That album art is the first thing that stood out to me. I love how cluttered and deep-fried it is, almost like a parody of itself. Now onto the music. What Sematary and Ghost Mountain did on this mixtape is something special. This is like the music a high school SoundCloud rapper makes, except everything is turned up to 100. The vocals are obnoxious, the production is completely distorted, but everything works so well. Even the random DJ shoutouts are hilarious such as “laughing through ... read more
Taevis -
I’m so glad this didn’t go under my radar. This is such a unique hip hop album. Incorporating super weird jazz instrumentals that almost flow into free jazz territory in gangsta rap is something I need to hear more of. Definitely one of the best hip hop albums of the year.

Standouts: Welcome to 76, Detroit River Rock, B.B. Butcher, Middle of Next Month, Mommy Dearest (a eulogy), Birth of Bold (the christening), Requiem, God Flicked (the rebirth)
Taevis -
Came out pleasantly surprised with this one. This is a pretty solid album. Lil Tjay has these really catchy melodies and he can’t definitely flow, putting him above a lot of his contemporaries at the moment. The production is also solid throughout.
Taevis -
Damn I hate this. I once liked the song WHATS POPPIN but by now it’s gotten kinda bad in my eyes. Too bad that’s the best song on this thing. There’s just nothing to like about this. Harlow comes off as not having really anything to show here. The lyrics are boring and kinda gross sometimes. The productions also nothing special.
Oct 12, 2020
Hello, I have just released my second single this week called "Panacea" and I would be happy if you would give it a chance and tell me what you think about it, it might be just a simple rating.
If you haven't listened to my previous single Exosphere, you can do it sooner or later if you want:) They probably sound best on headphones but it is your decision how you will listen to them. Thanks^.^

Link to tracks:

Have a nice day
Jan 21, 2020
I'll add it to my list, thanks for the suggestion bud :)
Jan 18, 2020
Thanks for listening:D
Jan 18, 2020
Hay, my new song is out now. You can listen to it if you want and if you do let my know what do you think about it:D
Sorry for not being that active lately.
Jan 18, 2020
Prismo! Here, eat this egg...

it's brain food
Jan 8, 2020
I also started with Lift Your Skinny Fists and you are absolutely right, this album is amazing. The first time I heard this record I was just starting my musical journey so it was a new experience for me. I felt amazing riding a bike in the forest and hearing something so beautiful for the first time in my life.
But yeah, all of their stuff is great, check out little ep from them next time. It cointains only 2 songs but it's really worth your time.
Jan 7, 2020
I'm sorry for your email being hacked:/
But really nice to see you back. Good luck developing your new account:)

As you probably realise i have been writing few reviews lately and I don't know if I will have the motivation to go back to them. It seemed to me that I spend too much time on it sometimes and that nothing really comes of it. Anyway, I'm still listening to music, the last few days I've been mostly turning Godspeed You! Black Emperor on my speakers. Do you like them? And if so what's your favorite album of this group?

Besides, translating everything i want to write is so anoying, it's actually the main reason why i stopped care about reviews.
I need to improve my english a little bit^.^
Dec 21, 2019
I'd say that Pulse Demon would probably be the best place to start just because it's his most famous album and is much closer to his usual sound than Venereology just because Venereology was made to be much heavier than usual to appeal to an extreme metal audience while Pulse Demon was a more standard album for him. Just go into it remembering that it isn't supposed to be normal music, it's supposed to be just harsh noise for the sake of harsh noise. It's more of a genre to just sit back and switch off and fully take it in, and it certainly isn't meant to appeal to the average music listener, and as such can be very difficult to get into.
Dec 12, 2019
I set priorities on what new albums I listen to. Top Priority albums are ones I've been really hyped about for a while. Albums that have a high user score with a lot of interesting, eye-catching reviews are also High Priority. Then after that, I pick and choose between albums by popular artists and smaller, obscure releases with fewer ratings that have good user score or if I'm just interested by the genre tags. Low Priority albums are ones I ignore cause I know I'd just be wasting my time (unless it's a slow album week, then might as well take a listen).
Dec 9, 2019
I just listen to whatever albums I think will interest me the most. I mostly just choose albums that are in genres I know I enjoy, or if I'm interested in getting into the artist or genre, or I just think that the cover art looks interesting.
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