Recent Reviews

Mar 24, 2020
Bieber should probably know that his music REALLY does not have an audience anymore. Let’s be real a few years ago his music only got popular with teenage girls who were just more into him then the music and here we are now with Bieber trying really hard to make a whole new comeback with his new disastrous R&B record. I’ll say it off the bat, I’ve never liked a Justin Bieber album and this comes to show. Tiresome production, boring lyrics and loads of filler tracks ... read more
Mar 24, 2020
Pulpy old-school pop music is back with this fresh, astonishing new record from British artist Dua Lipa! While it has a short runtime, it’s truly a fantastical 80s/90s dance adventure and it’s one that you don’t want to miss. The production and vocals here were SO STRONG! The aesthetic and the way it’s presented is absolutely incredible. The heavy disco synths to slicked back beats, Lipa really gives off a strong vibe, some VERY sexy statements and truly re-designs ... read more
Feb 21, 2020
With BTS taking a more darker route including each members own solo track, the end result is a fun mess. I know that BTS fans will enjoy the album and me myself had a good time with some of the songs but it’s just how the album is presented which feels off to me. I understand that this is a major moment in KPOP but with some consideration in mind, this isn’t their greatest work. I think with some stronger vision, all of the BTS releases could work so much better. With all of this ... read more
Jan 11, 2020
This full-fleshed, 80s inspired, neon pop world is twisted with a very personal artistic aesthetic and vision. This is a glowing revolutionary pop icon with quirky, big drum-chorus beats to very personal, complex lyrical challenges.
Jan 11, 2020
I’m sure we can ignore the lyrical achievements and focus on that awesome dark synth rock-ish hybrid from the first 4 songs of the album. But the rest are fitted for a more Swift-like approach suitable for her average and mainstream fanbase. It’s a fun flirt, but it misses the opportunity to be her edgier breakthrough. Majority of this album is definitely the songs that didn’t make it to 1989, but this is aesthetically (still) pleasing.
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