To someone who is not familiar with KGLW’s discography, this album may seem like a kitchen sink approach with such a mix of contrasting genres. However, I appreciate the band’s ability to pull sounds from their past projects such as synth pop sounds from Butterfly 300 and metal inspired tracks. Even with this ... read more
Albums like this are not meant to be taken too seriously. The silly lyrics and light production are meant to be enjoyed on a beautiful spring day when your mind is turned off and you’re in a good mood😊.
I first understood the vibe of this album when I experienced a sudden burst of rain while walking home from the library. I ran to take cover under some trees just as the last minute of Too Late Now begin to play on my AirPods. As I stood ... read more
Rosalía is able to keep a 16 track album interesting with a crazy amount of fun experimentation. Even the slower, ballad type songs, like CANDY, don’t drag the album down because of the huge focus on creative production. Not only was the production a high point on this album, but I was quite impressed by Rosalía’s vocals, especially on tracks like SAKURA and HENTAI.
This album is kinda unpredictable and all over ... read more
After the disappointing release of Pony, Rex Orange County is back with a cheerful, indie pop record, WHO CARES? So far I've seen quite a few people complaining that this album isn't like Apricot Princess, but I don't actually want another Apricot Princess. As good as that album was, Rex needs to stop trying to emulate something that's already been done. I feel like once he starts to experiment more and ... read more