Recent Reviews

Aug 2, 2020*
thejacktackshac -
CFCE 87.8 FM Weekly Genre: Free Jazz

As hard as it is to pin down the genre of free Jazz (frankly, I don’t believe it’s intended to be “pinned down”), the infamous style is surprisingly straightforward. A great deal of explanation can be found in John Coltrane’s additions to the genre.

I love free Jazz; it was the gateway that welcomed me into a sonic world of limitless possibilities and unimaginable creativity. A world so extreme that was yet so inviting. ... read more
Jul 27, 2020*
thejacktackshac -
Field Recordings are transportive. They take the listener to the most unlikely and mundane of places only to make them wholly unique experiences. Its the result of hearing normal sounds in an unusual way that makes field recordings so particularly cathartic. Some may wonder the appeal behind them going so far as to say that those same sounds can be generated by just stepping outside your front door, but in my eyes (ears), the experience is much more than that. These recordings are, first and ... read more
Jul 25, 2020*
thejacktackshac -
I had the opportunity to contribute to RecordRoundtable blog/podcast by @MasterCrackfox again and was lucky enough to write an article covering one period within the enormous Miles Davis canon. The Second Great Quintet. I had such a great time writing this and I hope you enjoy it!

Ingenuity and Agitation: Miles Davis and The Second Great Quintet
Jul 23, 2020*
thejacktackshac -
Often in comparison to their contemporary counterpart Neurosis, famed sludge-metal outfit Isis was at the forefront of sludgy and atmospheric metal during the early 2000s. Whereas Neurosis's approach came through in a much more confrontational and violent manner, Isis pioneered a more natural approach to their songwriting without dropping any of the genre's signature density. After the band's breakthrough record Celestial, released at the turn of the Millenium the album showcased a thoughtful ... read more
Jul 5, 2020*
thejacktackshac -
CFCE 87.8 FM Weekly Genre: EAI

Severe Ingenuity

EAI, simply put, is the genre of no limitations; no preconceptions or assumptions, only improvisation conjured up on a moment's notice. What is allowed is what's not allowed. This unique genre intentionally explores sound before it is disputed and ordered, exploring these raw unfamiliar territories in search of a greater understanding of music. While EAI is similar in concept to extreme genres, such as Free Jazz and the exploration of chaos and ... read more
Aug 5, 2020
Hi, I’d love to see reviews for your high rated and incredibly experimental, underground LPs. Albums like Symphony Natura, Before Driving to the Chapel and Private Parts don’t get the attention they deserve. I’m sure there are many others that would love to read your thoughts on these abstract behemoths as well!
Aug 5, 2020
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Aug 4, 2020
Looks like there are 2 listing of Paebiru. Yo are better off to score it here.
Aug 3, 2020
It's normal, your reviews are sensational ! Thank you very much Jacques ! It really touches me, coming from you
Aug 2, 2020
Congratulations on the 900' Jacques! Keep on delighting me with your impressive reviews! The legacy that you are leaving little by little is incredible.
Aug 1, 2020
Hey u might like this small indie release. Uplifting instrumental synth pop. Rate it whatever you feel appropriate, go ahead and shit on it if you want!
Jul 31, 2020
Oh Snap! You just hit 900 followers, well done!!!
Jul 30, 2020
I’m a 14 year old Producer/Rapper and I am finally, just now releasing music. It’s a 11 Minute album with 8 songs. (I’m a fan of short SoundCloud trap music) Share your honest thoughts, please!
Jul 29, 2020
Thank you so much for following me any tips on how to become more popular on aotf
Jacques, partaker of the musics
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