Dave - Psychodrama
Dave
Psychodrama
100
Mar 12
Dave - Psychodrama
Dave
Psychodrama
100
Mar 12

Recent Reviews

Mar 26, 2019
90
In a hand-written note posted on the band’s social media, Foals explained that they wanted to create a body of work that will endure, and sound good on “both the train and the dance floor”. and I think that’s exactly what they’ve done. I’ve listened to this album alone at 1AM, full blast in my car, and I can guarantee it will sound just as huge when I’m in the crowd at YNOT Festival later this year. Foals have done it again, they’re back, and ... read more
Mar 26, 2019
50
At 24 years old, Wolverhampton’s own Scarlxrd has created himself quite a cult following. His merger of rap and metal have resulted in some stellar releases that gained him some viral attention, particularly his inclusion in a Noisey documentary and over 50 million views on his biggest track, Heart Attack. There was seeming to be an upward trend for one of the UK’s most unique artists, but it appears that trend is over with his latest album, ... read more
Mar 19, 2019
80
Solange has created something that sounds free of any pressure and it makes for such an easy listen. It ticks boxes from it’s beautiful melodies, through to it’s mass supply of Easter Eggs (shout out Playboi Carti once again), through to it’s free flowing nature.

http://viberant.co.uk/2019/03/13/solange-when-i-get-home-album-review/
Mar 12, 2019
100
In 11 tracks and 51 minutes, Dave has not just shattered the glass ceiling surrounding the UK rap scene, he has soared to prophet level. Stylised as a therapy session, Psychodrama is as raw and honest as albums come; serving as a beacon of guidance for anyone struggling within a wide spectrum of difficult and traumatising topics. When artists like Dave come around we need to cherish him, this truly is one of the most essential releases this country has seen in a long time; Psychodrama is the UK ... read more
Mar 8, 2019
85
On her bold and personal debut album, Amber Bain of The Japanese House masters the art of artistic subtlety, creating a soundscape experience that gives you the feeling of dreaming while wide awake. She has placed herself well and truly amongst the most exciting emerging artists of the past few years, as well as proving to be more than able to further lift the ever rising stock of the Dirty Hit record label

http://viberant.co.uk/2019/03/08/the-japanese-house-good-at-falling-album-review/
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Rating Distribution
90-99
 
12

80-89
 
16

70-79
 
17

60-69
 
6

50-59
 
2

40-49
 
4

30-39
 

20-29
 
6

10-19
 
2

0-9
 


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