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thomasny18 -
Though aware of S. Maharba for months, especially in the past month or so this has been my go to album. Mostly because it's very easy-listening, with these cascading sample loops becoming throughly addicting. Especially at night, this sets the atmosphere perfectly, walking down the city. Each track reinforces eachother well, which is what's necessary for a great instrumental hip hop tape, so it flows smoothly and you'd want to go back to it again and again. Though, that's not to say there isn't ... read more
thomasny18 -
In this new single, it takes what is a new, unexpected approach to Rina's sound. Here, she's still collaborating with Clarence Clarity, who does the production for a heavy amount of her music, but instead of singing over this very glitzy, bright production, as what she usually does, the instrumental right from the start makes it known that this will be more aggressive, with this guitar riff reminiscent of early 2000's nu-metal. Not necessarily an idea that would automatically make a song bad, ... read more
thomasny18 -
I get a whole lot more entertainment reading their pretentious Spotify artist description, than hearing this album. What I get the most out of these 9 tracks is that they just didn't try. They got the dreamy sound they wanted, but didn't do anything to develop it any further into something that would be either catchy, emotive, or even engaging. All that I think of while listening is counting how many times I've yawned (7 I believe it is). Idk, maybe I'll play this again when I'm having a ... read more
thomasny18 -
An album where it feels as if every track is viciously competing against eachother for the award of worst song. The thing I can give this album credit for is that it's entertaining, but only in the sense that for 47 minutes I get to laugh at the cheap alternative rock production, with guitar noises and hi hats, which honestly wouldn't surprise me if they were made off an iPad. Additionally, this singing from Kid Cudi? Ok, yeah, he has never been notorious for being a gifted vocalist, but I feel ... read more
thomasny18 -
Yeah fine, this isn't as great as the three next albums to follow it, but My Father Will Guide Me Up a Rope to the Sky still makes for an album that definitely shouldn't be ignored in the Swans discography, especially for ones that are just getting into their music. Their latter albums feel closer to one whole experience, where if they don't stick the landing, it can all crumble down into an unpleasant and time wasted disappointment. However, this record feels a lot closer to a traditional ... read more
Jan 16, 2021
What is your favorite album of the year 1970, and could I get a few words on your thoughts on that album!?

{I’m going to be doing a series of lists where I go through AOTYs favorite albums of every year since 1970 and this is the first part of that ultimate goal!!}
Jan 2, 2021
Hello, what are your 5 favourite albums of all time, its for a list. But it isn't really your average kind of "AOTY's ______" list, so go onto here for more info into what you are getting yourself into:
Dec 20, 2020
Let me know when/if you drop an AOTY list! I’d love to look through what albums you, and others, enjoyed the most this year. If you already posted one then I’ll give it a look ASAP.

I plan on dropping mine at the very end of the year (both EPOTY and (LP)AOTY lists) and would prefer any feedback on them!
Dec 1, 2020
Great account!
Nov 10, 2020
Album covers often get a lot of attention, sometimes more than the music itself but there's one aspect to albums that is very often overlooked: the title. The title often sets the mood and energy of the album, or is memorable enough to stick with you, but seldom gets credit for doing so. Anyways, this leads into a question I have (for a list): what's your favourite album title of all time?
Nov 6, 2020

As some of you may know I've tried a challenge like this before, but I failed miserably after not caring about some records I needed to listen too.
So it's time to start the second challenge and be a little less ambitious, I will listen rate and review an album every Monday and Friday, which I normally wouldn't cover.
This is where the point of the challenge comes in, I will try to broaden my musical experience by giving certain genres a change, which I normally would write off as "it's not really my thing".
I hope you guys in the AOTY community will help me, again, on this journey!

This challenge will start on Friday the first in January, so I will give myself some time gathering all the records from you guys! I hope this will turn out better this time!

Genres I listen to on the daily are: Hip-Hop, Rap, Trap-Metal, Indie-Pop and R&B. So, any record that's not within that certain genre may be recommended!

Thank you :))
Nov 4, 2020
sorry, i'm getting paid by Big Bad Taste, it's part of my contract
Oct 26, 2020
Oct 14, 2020
Thank you. It's nice to see you again here, hope everything's well
Oct 13, 2020
How are you doing, haven’t heard from you in a while.
There is nothing interesting about me

don't spam me shit pls
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