Recent Reviews

Oct 15, 2019
What is wrong with me? I thought surely this had to be a sight better than Supermarket since it was an album proper and maybe people where just dumping on old Bobby too harshly. It IS better than Supermarket. That however is not a compliment and Logic once again proves that he has become the most cringe worthy rapper in the business. Beats? Trash. Raps? Trash. Features? Phoned in. I'd rather listen to 6ix9ine. I'd rather listen to Nav. I'd rather listen to Gunna. I hate those people. I ... read more
Oct 15, 2019
Kim Gordon returns with a ferocious and raucous noise rock record. It is heavily experimental, with walls of screeching distortion and spoken word passages. Kim is in great form however, and the record is wonderfully unique. The influences of her past work with Sonic Youth are abundantly clear here, obviously, and that is a good thing actually. This is easily the best thing she's done in an age and I'm glad to see her back in proper form because she has the talent to make a run of it even this ... read more
Oct 15, 2019
Lacuna Coil with a surprising return to form and some extra heaviness locked in for good measure. This is easily the best from the Italians since probably way back when Comalies hit. Some nice growling to compliment Scabbia's angelic voice, thankfully back after some years of being in a nu metal doldrums. The percussion and rhythm are driving and pound home the aggression and energy put forth here. This is easily the most brutal record they have released in a damned sight, and they've crafted ... read more
Oct 12, 2019
The eponymous Ladytron record almost hits the mark. However, it gets caught in its own web and some songs and ideas really outstay their welcome. The somewhat harsher side of their synth pop delivery still resonates, however what you have here is a fantastic EP drawn out to a full length needlessly. The ideas begin to grate as the albums drags on, and some of the songs are unnecessary in length. What is good here is good, and classic Ladytron at its best. Chop this thing up into your 5 or 6 ... read more
Oct 12, 2019
As a Babymetal fan, there's just something off about this record. It's very easy to listen to and a fun album, but it doesn't quite have the tunes of their past work. Some of the world music experiments don't exactly click. I appreciate the idea of adding Celtic and Indian influences to the songs, but the album still slaps hardest when they go full tilt into their signature punishing blast beats and J-pop transitions. The jarring effect is still as fun to listen to as ever, but it feels like ... read more
Sep 10, 2019
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