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DMA's - For Now
For Now
Jul 10

Recent Reviews

Jul 11, 2020
thegeecyproject -
After the disappointing sophomore slump of 2017’s Something To Tell You, I was worried that Haim would become another indie band that would forever be stuck in the shadow of their massively hyped debut, but I am glad to say that Women In Music Part III has proven me wrong. Where the band’s debut is mostly defined by the sisters’ sense of effortless cool, here they re-focus that confidence, whether standing up for themselves against partners that won’t pull their weight ... read more
Jul 11, 2020
thegeecyproject -
You know, sometimes I think I’m too predictable and easily impressed as a music listener. Look at my top rated releases this year – Soccer Mommy, Maddy Jane, Eliza & The Delusionals – it appears that I’m a sucker for female-fronted confessional rock that sounds like it came from 90’s. Jump Rope Gazers, the second album from New Zealand band The Beths, also easily scratches that itch for me. This album does start off with a fun, rocky edge compared to those ... read more
Jul 10, 2020
thegeecyproject -
Love Fame Tragedy is the solo project of Matt Murphy, mostly known over the last decade or so as the lead singer of The Wombats. It was a project that Murph had created for his more personal songs while writing for his band’s last record, 2018’s Beautiful People Will Ruin Your Life. Wherever I Go, I Want To Leave is Murph’s first full-length solo outing - an album full of Murph’s known songwriting tropes about romantic mishaps and social anxiety. The production is clean ... read more
Jul 10, 2020
thegeecyproject -
DMAs are a band that have never been shy about their love for Britpop, but unfortunately this has led the Sydney band to be compared to Oasis their whole career. It’s a comparison that, while not completely baseless, was doomed to pigeonhole DMAs as nothing more than 90’s alt-rock worshippers. So perhaps it’s not surprising that the band decided to strike out on their own on their third album, The Glow. Produced by Stuart Price (most known for his work on Madonna’s ... read more
Jul 10, 2020*
thegeecyproject -
Alright, there are a lot of new albums coming out today that I’ve been anticipating, let’s get to it.

First up, we have 14 Steps To A Better You - the sophomore album from Sydney indie pop duo, Lime Cordiale. The album’s release comes off from a massive year for the band in 2019, which saw them release a long string of singles and make a breakthrough in the Australian indie scene after almost a decade of building a fanbase. In my time listening to Lime Cordiale, I’ve ... read more
Jul 5, 2020
@thegeecyproject thank you for appreciating the reviews i made, i’ll try to be active here on this site, thanks again
May 4, 2020
Hey, I have a song out! When you have the chance to, please give it a listen. This is a collaboration between my friend Martin and me. It would be nice if you give it a review or rating. I would love to read what you think.

"Spleen & Lockdown" is OUT NOW on soundcloud:
Nov 1, 2019
Supp! I'm doing a challenge at the moment, the "out of my comfort-zone challenge". This is a challenge where I need to listen projects, I normally wouldn't listen too. After some listen I need to state my opinions in a review. If you would suggest an album to me, it would be great! As long as they aren't metal, hip hop or rap!
Oct 6, 2019
worked really hard on it
Oct 3, 2019
Thanks for the follow! Great taste tbh
Aug 16, 2019
Thank you very much for following me :)
Jul 27, 2019
thanks for the follow!
mostly pop & rock, but I'll listen to anything that catches my interest.

24. he/him. Filipino-Australian poptimist. Todd In The Shadows fanboy. Avid Triple J listener. Always changing my scores.

Singles account:

100-90: This album is amazing!
89-80: I love this album.
79-70: I like this album.
69-60: This album is okay.
59-50: I have no strong feelings either way.
49-40: I don’t like this album.
39-0: I hate this album.
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