Like, it lacks everything. I had a hard time finding anything barely interesting. Bland feels like the best word to describe it, but ate the same time too nice because it implies it’s bearable.
In streaming age there are two ways to get your plays: creating catchy, irresistible patterns (like hooks, synths, hi hats...) or the opposite directcion, music that is so bland and fades into the background so quickly that the audience does not even botter to skip. This ... read more
In her third studio album, Michelle Zauner, more known as the creator of the project ‘Japanese Breakfast’, steps away from the heavy shoegaze and hurtful lyrics from her first two records. ‘Jubilee’ takes a brighter, more ambitious and...well, jubilant approach to her work.
This album is packed with dreams made of synths, ... read more
Pop culture was quickly turnt upside down with the meteoric rise of Olivia Rodrigo, since the release her all-emcompassing smash hit ‘Drivers License’. Shortly after, we are presented with her debut LP, ‘SOUR’, a rather small collection of 11 tracks. Here Rodrigo showcases the precise role she is to play in pop culture, but ... read more
Regardless of the label drama that brought us here, one of the biggest pop stars on the planet revisiting her past material is certainly interesting - especially right in the ensuing of her critical ressurgence. These “Taylor Versions” will not only regain the american singer-songwriter control over her legacy, but also allow the public to trace down the origins of the ... read more
On her sixth LP under the name ‘St. Vincent’, Annie continues to cement herself as one of the greatest of this generation. With yet another Bowie-esque shift of persona, Clark leaves behind the part robot part dominatrix leather vixen of ‘Masseduction’ and embraces the ... read more