Pulp - It
Jul 30
bdrmm - Bedroom
Jul 27

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Aug 2, 2020
Whynot -
If you have enjoyed the alt rock scene during the last 25 years, then for sure you should know about Alain Johannes work. The guy is all over the places, with his own band (Eleven), his solo project or his thousands of appearances (QOTSA, PJ Harvey, Chris Cornell and a long long list of etc).

After seven years of “silence” (at least as a solo artist), He finally came back with an extraordinary, honest and beautiful record. Probably the best word to define this album is ... read more
Jul 30, 2020
Whynot -
Jarvis was not even close to be the great performer He is today. The instrumentation is pretty basic and even predictable and the lyrics are on the same field, but “It” is from 1983!!! I mean the same year almost everything was sounding like crap. No super catchy synth sections, no electric drums, no happy chorus.

This guys were so far from what they finally became, but they had a totally disconnected identity, and they were sounding “Brit” a decade before it was cool ... read more
Jul 28, 2020
Whynot -
I do not know, maybe it is me, but huge passages of this album sounds like the type of music you can hear in a fancy/hipster restaurant as background music.

They are an amazing set of musicians, but this exercise was so pointless. I mean, it sounds like they have a couple of good ideas (Sleepless Nights is quite good) and they decided to fill the whole thing with whatever they already had in their "work in progress" personal folders. And after that, someone said "Hey! we need ... read more
Jul 27, 2020
Whynot -
I am here just because of the hype!
Hahaha not really, but I must admit I was curious with all the people going crazy with this album.

Lets be fair, this is a good record, very nice to listen, easy to follow, with decent instrumentation (with some very nice piano and harmonica arrangements) and with Taylor definitely showing us one of her different sides. If you go and listen "Lover" it is impossible to deny this is a big step for her and possible for her whole career, but besides ... read more
Jul 23, 2020
Whynot -
We know Dylan is about cycles and as you should expect, usually the albums that finished a cycle are not the best ones, but in the opposite corner you have the albums that opens a cycle (like this one), and that ones are usually good. Many of you can disagree with me, but I think Slow Train Coming is one of the best cycle opener records.

Yeah, you can see here some of the missteps from Street-Legal, but in general terms, most of them are certainly smaller and subtle, actually sounds like he ... read more
Aug 1, 2020
hello, dont know if you're still working on that list but my top 3 from last decade would be:
1. Kendrick Lamar - To Pimp A Butterfly
2. Kanye West - Yeezus
3. Bjork - Vulnicura
Aug 1, 2020
Hey! I dropped an EP and I'd love to get some more opinions on it. I'm curious to see what you think of it!
Jul 30, 2020
idk if you still need it but it goes (prob sounds crazy) 1. 22, A Million 2. Everybody 3. Bon Iver, Bon Iver. Just personal tings
Jul 30, 2020
You're welcome, I'm always happy to talk about things like that! For me the level of "jazz" at Dinner Party is really too light, I'm surprised

Yes! (:
Jul 29, 2020
Thank you very much, here is my opinion: Indeed I did not rate it because I had taken a break. What I can tell you is that I completely agree with your review on Dinner Party. With such talented artists and especially in this very complex political context, I expected to have something sophisticated and brilliant. It's an album without interest that you can listen to with one ear, without any real replay value that remains too generic, too predictable. It's still objectively correct but disappointing coming from them.. (:
Jul 28, 2020
hi i’m sorry if you were already finishing the list. my top 3 has changed.

1. vulnicura by björk
2. the idler wheel by fiona apple
3. serotonin ii by yeule

it’s okay if you can’t change it!
Jul 28, 2020

1- Janelle Monae- The ArchAndroid
2- FKA Twigs- LP1
3- Adele- 21
Jul 23, 2020
1. Being You is Great, I Wish I Could be You More Often - Quelle Chris
2. LP1 - FKA twigs
3. Have You in My Wilderness - Julia Holter

sorry about the late response!!
Jul 23, 2020
1. To Pimp a Butterfly
2. Blackstar
3. The Money Store
Jul 23, 2020
1. Car Seat Headrest - Twin Fantasy (2018)
2. Car Seat Headrest - Nervous Young Man
3. Candy Claws - Ceres & Calypso in the Deep Time Forever
Just a musical appreciator.

I think the one hundred scores you give, defines the type of person you are.
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