Jun 15, 2019
83
Deep house at its most melodic and beguiling with a pulsating set of tracks that are ready for a Saturday night at the club dancing and having a good time. This one is a guaranteed bop.
Jun 15, 2019
85
"But bliss is momentary anyhow/ Yet worth living for."

A real white-knuckle experience, combining punk and noise with equal urgency and ferocity. I just wanna bang my head relentlessly with Ecstasy.
Jun 15, 2019
80
Danish cellist, singer, and composer Caecile Trier aka CTM (it stands for Caecile Trier Musik) toys on the avant-folk sonic palette on her debut effort with orchestral strings and guitars atop manipulated electronics and her vocals sounding compelling and cold. With guest features from Soho Rezanejad and Frederikke Hoffmeier (Puce Mary), this is a thoroughly engaging listen with a talent so much to look forward to.
Jun 15, 2019
87
Germany's answer to Suicide, the third album by the influential electropunk band Deutsch Amerikanische Freundschaft (or D.A.F.) is high energy industrial-disco pop with political and sexual overtones. This fits very well with your next bondage sessions for Friday nights. Those oohs and ahhs on most tracks are such a turn on.
Jun 15, 2019
86
That last track truly floored me, a record of joyous melancholy and life without trying to be complex nor cheesy. A work of subtle beauty and grace, pleasantly composed with its beating heart at its core.
Jun 15, 2019
80
The spoken-word poet-artist's fourth studio record gazes her eye on the tribulations and current political climate over modern Britain with a striking voice as a medium for her words ever biting and timely as ever over simple synth tapestry and sparse electronics that cracks and reaches. It may not the audience it tackles but with her voice as distinctive as hers, it won't go unnoticed. Until then, her altruism is as relevant as ever.
Jun 14, 2019
92
If having my own cooking show was sound-tracked to Walter Wanderley's Rain Forest, this would be the record that plays when I open up a diner. Let me take your order now, misters.
Jun 14, 2019
0
Look, I am all out for music pushing the boundaries of music and the experimental but this is just straight up horrendous. Being edgy and being different doesn't equate to unique or revolutionary. Did I just hear the worst record of the year? :/
Jun 14, 2019
77
Atlanta-based singer-songwriter Mattiel Brown's newest release finds her footing on the punky garage rock aesthetic she instills with a vintage, doo-wop vibe reminiscent of The B-52's or Holly Golightly. Assuredly confident and charismatic debut with a rockabilly edge.
Jun 14, 2019
30
Lackluster second release from the American rock group with few tracks landing as decent and the majority on the side of meh. Skip worthy and forgettable as a whole.
Jun 14, 2019
75
NYC art-rock collective releases a short collection of tracks/EP which marks another stylistic change on their sound as it sounds more organic and earthbound as ever, leaning towards a more accessible pop sound. Getting excited for what's ahead for this band's artistic direction.
Jun 14, 2019
81
Chastity Belt's front-woman debut record feels diaristic in nature, capturing moments of self-doubt and existential crisis she recently experience which enabled her to create a record of profound self-awareness. Her sound still treads on familiar sonic territory as with her band yet she comparatively feels more introspective as ever here and longing for something to happen, finding the sense of direction in-spite of the uncertainty amidst rippling shoe gaze guitars and layered vocals inherently ... read more
Jun 13, 2019
81
New Zealand-Australian musician and record producer newest record finds him at an assured footing with his most vibrant and focused work characterized by offbeat production, hook filled melodies and apparent diversity that opens up a new horizon to this artist's creative vision and passion hinged in inviting listeners to revel in to his own world.
Jun 13, 2019
30
Flat, all over the place and downright awful. Down the dumpster fire it goes.
Jun 13, 2019
40
Just trite and settles as another forgettable background music probably no one would remember. Still a no for these, guys.
Jun 13, 2019
79
New York funk sextet Lettuce surely has lots of dressings and array of ingredients in store for this an hour long enlivening ride into a different take on the well-trodden musical genre with an unpredictable spin.There’s plenty to enjoy here and also, never forget those dancing shoes!
Jun 13, 2019
90
Brooklyn-based four-piece psych pop outfit Crumb's debut record finds them at a winning streak, blending ethereal, jazz-laden psych-rock into intoxicating effect. Coming through with a solid collection of EP's ( 2016’s Crumb and 2017’s Locket), they wholly captured the confident sound they are aiming for from the latter releases, with an immediate appeal instantly rewarding casual listeners and fans alike. A great record you can casually unwind on a Friday night, getting lost to ... read more
Jun 13, 2019
70
Remove the horse then I would like the album cover a lot more. A placidly entertaining return from the legendary singer/songwriter that delves on the stories in between American back-roads with sweeping orchestration and sentimental eye to the distinctive vision of the record. It does just fine for the meanwhile.
Jun 13, 2019
82
The sixth album from New Jersey rockers Titus Andronicus yielded their most immediate, straightforward work to date. Clocking at a brisk 38 minutes, they present the sound of a band at its most enduring, just like the structure as the record's titular monument. A record that plays almost the companion piece to last year’s A Productive Cough, as it orchestrates the more immediate, straightforward punk rock sound they were always known for and such gives this evident immediacy on the ... read more
Jun 13, 2019*
30
This didn't fared well on first listen, such a disappointment. What a mess this was.

EDIT: Second listen - I don't feel even a slight of interest listening to this band's discography with this release. This is unbearably boring.
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