Dogleg - Melee
Dogleg
Melee
64
Apr 20

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Sep 13, 2019
timelybentl -
88
I wrote a whole in-depth review of how creative this is and how it blows every hip hop album since Atrocity Exhibition out of the water but I deleted it all because I'm a fucking idiot, but whatever here's essentially what I'm getting at:

JPEGMAFIA has channeled the idea of freeform glitchy hip hop in a way that no other artist has come close to reaching. All My Heroes Are Cornballs is a shotgun blast of intricate sampling/production and untethered creativity, creating an impossibly dense ... read more
Aug 30, 2019
timelybentl -
42
I've tried several times to write this review, but can't find a way to share my honest feelings about this album without sounding like a bit of a wiener. Let me put it this way: I really love noise. Like... a LOT. There are few better musical sensations to me than being completely enraptured by the emotional transparency and rawness of a truly good noise album. So, you can only imagine my excitement when I caught wind of this death industrial album people were calling a brutal, terrifying ... read more
Aug 30, 2019
timelybentl -
82
Ah, the wild art hoe. Feast your eyes on her grazing in the savannah, speaking about the new AJJ EP despite nothing being within 50 feet of her; the miracle of life. My friends, witness the state of modern indie music in all its majesty. What's this? It seems our art hoe protagonist has come across a coconut lying on the ground, watch as she uses the wing-tip of her thick-rimmed glasses as a tool to break it open. Inside: a copy of Stella Donnelly's Beware of the Dogs! Rejoice! An album of this ... read more
Aug 30, 2019
timelybentl -
55
"Venice Bitch" is an ethereal ballad with intricate, lush instrumentation as dense as its emotional content. Fuzzy guitars, soaring strings, and quaint synthesizers gently weave in and out of the mix, crafting an enigmatic dreamscape the world hasn't seen since Fishman's "Long Season". The simple yet sweet lyrics of longing, pain, and lingering on the past further reinforces the foggy, melancholic atmosphere. This is a song that might go down in the ages as a masterpiece, a ... read more
Jul 28, 2019
timelybentl -
60
In a subgenre touting such legendary acts as Orchid, pg.99, and Lord Snow, I would definitely say that my favorite "emo-violence" band is Jeromes Dream. Seeing Means More Than Safety is unquestionably the most brutal, energetic, and emotional album I've heard out of the subgenre, and that's saying something for a genre with the name "emo-violence". Jeff Smith's strained, screeching is understandably hard to digest, but they're overflowing with honestly and visceral emotion. ... read more
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