Awich - KUJAKU
Apr 4
Dogleg - Melee
Mar 24

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Apr 4, 2020
The best of the Yentown bunch comes through with a solid, if a little inconsistent, album. When Awich is on, she is ON. Brainwashing is an absolute napalm strike of a track and one of my favorite things I have heard all year from any genre. However, some of the bare trap tracks just can't bring the same level of excitement. It just sounds at best like a passable Megan Thee Stallion track. but once again, when Awich pops off, she does so wonderfully and shows what a talent she is at the top of ... read more
Mar 29, 2020
Once again, The Birthday Massacre conjure up a wonderful Through The Looking Glass textured synth rock landscape for us to escape to. There really isn't another band in music in this day and age that can capture that same feeling that they can, with the icy synths and echoing guitars mixing with the angelic vocals from Chibi. They may not have completely changed their sound, and true they did sound a little tired on their last effort, but this is a wonderful return to form after a slight slip. ... read more
Mar 29, 2020
Haru Nemuri's last record catapulted her career forward, and this is a perfect example of an artist continuing to mature into their sound. She took the garage rock rap of her last effort and added string, piano, and synth embellishments with nearly every track progressing into a lovely and energetic crescendo. My only real intense complaint is that it is all too brief. I want to hear more and I want to hear it now. The production here is spot on and Haru delivers her words with such potency ... read more
Mar 29, 2020
Dua Lipa successfully throws her hat into the retro synth pop renaissance and the results are quite entertaining. I was almost instantly hooked by the absolutely perfect banger Physical, and while some of the other songs pale in comparison, she maintains a certain level of quality throughout. One minor and pretty tame complaint is that Dua has this dichotomy on the songs, switching wildly from feminist free sex advocate to boy desperate party girl. This creates a narrative dissonance to the ... read more
Mar 24, 2020
Marshall's follow up to the big breakthrough The OOZ is in some ways its superior, but in some ways its inferior. It's more cohesive, with the overall doom and gloom washing over anything in typical King Krule fashion. It's slightly more optimistic than the last release but that's faint optimism. The vocals here go a bit harder, with some genuinely emotive shouts that make you feel the songs. For my personal tastes, I preferred the wanton madness of The OOZ, but if that record tickled your ... read more
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.
Nov 6, 2019
Hi, I just made a new song and it would be nice if you would listen to it and give me your thoughts about it:D Here is the link
Sep 10, 2019
you're welcome. actually, I enjoy reading your reviews so imma follow you aswell.
Gaming nerd, music nerd (perhaps not the internet's busiest), and lover of discussion of the two. I enjoy discussing and even debating albums, it's fun as long as no one gets too butthurt. I make a written, concise review for every album I rate so look into that if you want more information. I try to make them bitesize yet informative. Give my page a follow if you'd like to see what I'm listening to or appreciate my comments on certain pieces. It'd make my shriveled, black heart happy.
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