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The new record from Colombian polymath Lucrecia Dalt combines fractured rhythms and diaphanous vocal work to surreal heights, almost cobweblike in structure that ultimately results to a phantasmal world you could (or not) lived in. The cacophony of sound in this was strangely hypnotic.
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Herculean and bombastic soundtrack to a time-bender of a film. A combination of temporal, heady electronics with precision coupled in operatic string arrangements that enhances the movie experience. This is the only soundtrack you'll need to hear this year.
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The Welsh electronic artist Kelly Lee Owens released her self-titled record in 2017 to much acclaim, a star-making debut that blends techno with multitudes of styles and tropes that garnered positive response from critics and listeners alike. At such time, she struggled personal turmoils and emotional distress which prompted her to explore pain and anxiety through musical ideas and channeling it to different heights. With the postponement of this current release and the ongoing pandemic, it ... read more
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The fifth record from vocalist Molly Hamilton and guitarist Robert Earl Thomas subtly evokes teary-eyed folk and laidback shimmer laden with breezy atmosphere, almost gauzy and dream-like. Clearly a culmination of their work from the past, Plum showcases their distinctive sound with dream-pop sensibilities, from its first four singles released in advance, primarily the majestic Breadwinner that evokes rich tapestries of sound and words. Prescient and multi-faceted, this material is a hushed ... read more
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I've always had a sweet spot for these guys as they were the first live concert act I've saw and I still immensely remember it with joy. This return brings back the familiar thump and groove from their first effort, Settle and with so much guest features, from Kelis to slowthai, Mick Jenkins to Common that succeeds to pull us back unto the dance-floor. Perhaps a return to form or a honing of their skill, they are at best in bringing out the best of these club-ready anthems to life with such ... read more
Aug 29, 2020
That album was quite the trip. When I first listened to it I thought I was going to hate it, but it quickly grew on me when I gave it more time.
Aug 29, 2020
I agree! It was something I didn’t expect to hear but was glad I did. Any album this year catch you off guard?
Aug 29, 2020
Of course! One of my favorite albums of the year is Honey Harper - Starmaker, which is an alt country album that really took me by surprise.
Aug 29, 2020
I've definitely landed on many albums I wouldn't have expected to love by spanning out. I don't spend as much time as you would think just checking out singles, usually I end up sticking to full albums. Which can become a little time consuming.
Aug 29, 2020
My goal has been at least twenty albums each month of new music. It's been... Very daunting. hahaha.
Aug 28, 2020
It’s absolutely impossible to keep up with every new album. You really have to pick and choose these days.
Aug 28, 2020
And I will always be happy to read them when you do write them!
Aug 28, 2020
I always get so happy when your reviews pop up on the site. You'll always be one of my favorite accounts on here.
Jun 30, 2020
My new song is released on Soundcloud:D
You can listen to it if you want
Here is the link:
Jun 26, 2020
Amazing reviews dude!
i want to be naked, i don't mean my body, i don't need my body, i'm floating away
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