Feb 14, 2019
NR
I think the must hear star should be based off of both the critics and users scores
Feb 12, 2019*
90
Atmospheric album that takes you on a unique trip to imagination land. Jessica Pratt uses little instrumentals but provides a grand sound of medieval vibes and experimental folk. Production is key on this record, the way the vocals intertwine with the instrumentation. I find the extremely simple and extremely complex folk records to be the best however this album is simple in sound but complex in structure.
Feb 4, 2019
83
If I had to describe this record with one word it would be smart. Smart hooks, smart beats, smart bars. Malibu Ken use satirical lyrics to talk about some important issues also uses some experimental beats that sound so accessible and cool. Been blasting this album ever since its release date and it's been growing on me with a very rapid rate.
Feb 4, 2019
60
Nothing super exciting about this record. This is the Shoegaze version of throwaways collection of tracks.
Feb 4, 2019*
80
Really fresh direction by Cherry Glazer. This record toys with the atmospheric indie rock vibes. It feels so easy for this band to go from smooth to hard hitting instrumentals and gosh those amazing vocals.
Stupid Fish is a song to look at.
Jan 27, 2019*
88
The teaming up of Pheobe Bridgers and Conor Oberst will definitely go down as one of the highlights of 2019. Smooth album from front to back with some clever lyrics, simple yet effective instrumentation. The album is one of the easiest listens in current indie rock scene. Also this awesome introduction of folk to the mix makes this album stand out in eclecticism. Had a doubt about the expiry date of this album but after listening to it for a dozen times since its release date I am sure that I ... read more
Jan 26, 2019
51
This is a literal candidate for the worst EDM record of the year. Cringed throughout the whole thing not at all what you would expect from a Bring Me The Horizon album. Disappointing to say the least.
Jan 26, 2019
NR
Beautiful come back. Some much positive vibes in this song.
Jan 26, 2019
40
This sounds really awkward and really with no purpose at all. It is not fun or anything it's just weird. You would just ask why? Who are Weezer appealing to with this album really?
Jan 21, 2019
85
Why Hasn't Everything Already Disappeared? is Deerhunter's reflection on everything bad about society. This reflection however sounds surreal and beautiful. This record provides a very unique atmosphere, an atmosphere that the listeners starts to crave after giving it a couple of listens.
Highest point on this is "What Happens to People?" simple yet gorgeous with so much to
offer. Lyrics to instrumentation.
Jan 20, 2019
52
20 tracks trap album yet again. I really enjoyed some cool songs on this record. If only Future left it at those specific songs, this album would've deserved a 7/10. Future on The Wizrd However chooses to go on and on raping verses and putting out beats he already used in the album itself. Another example of a trap artist trying to inflate his music streams by making a mindless album way too long.
Jan 20, 2019
65
Finding this album to be so much fun to blast from time to time to your commercial friends. It gives off this familiar vibes along with some experimental instrumentals here and there. Yes not much replay material, yes no hard hitting bangers, yes this will most probably be played at happy hour in hipster lounges. However production is smooth, cool ideas were introduce and all in all nice effort to say the least.
Jan 19, 2019
80
Sharon Van Etten is back. An artist that released a delightful album in 2014 "Are We There" that I still jam from time to time now because it gives me a great sense of nostalgia as it brings me back to better days in my life. On Remind Me Tomorrow Van Etten is more or less appealing to that feeling. Being young, being free and being happy again. This is probably what got me into this record. It's music close to home. On the technical side of things Sharon Van Etten has developed her ... read more
Jan 19, 2019
85
James Blake with an exquisite RnB album that involves many class A features and beats. Production is supreme the way this record blends together different genres without feeling out of place. High moment of this album is Into The Red. An extremely romantic enticing jam that depicts a person being in Love and not being able to function like a human being without this love. Super fun song for me was Mile High, Travis Scott did what he does best, which is hyping up a song/album with a fire verse. ... read more
Jan 11, 2019
NR
This is the rawest Lana Del Rey has ever been. Loving this direction. I hope the rest of the album will be as good.
Jan 8, 2019
92
I feel fully integrated and immersed with this record. Beautiful trip of passion made into art. You can feel Robert's agony through his vocal cords.
The Shoegazy instrumentations are on a whole different level with layers over layers of magnificent sounds and genres all blended together perfectly.
It is one of those albums that make you wanna dance half drunk at an 80s club and at the same it is the perfect album to listen to on a casual night in order to let yourself self indulge in all of ... read more
Jan 7, 2019
95
This album is raw, honest, speaks to the heart and way out of the box. So much creativity and ideas are put in a project that talks about family, home and love. Sun Kil Moon uses the elements of storytelling and poetry to address these subjects. The first half and more is focused on using a minimal amount of instrumentation while the end of "Benji" Sun Kil Moon introduces a much more complex sound that depicts what could be a Latin influence.

One of the highlights of the album is ... read more
Jan 3, 2019
80
A conceptual album with great experimentation in the instrumentation and super clever lyrics.
Jan 3, 2019
NR
Obviously she's the big thing right now
Dec 29, 2018
85
Great blend of experimental/shoegaze rock with rap. This record is a proof that the two genres can be blended together and sound good without having the experimental levels of death grips.
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