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Jan 20, 2020
The Megaphonic Thrift is a Norwegian self-described noise rock and shoegaze band based in Bergen. Decay Decoy serves as their debut album, and the debut itself leaves much to be desired from the group, despite it only being their first time dipping their toes into the vast sea of noise.

For once, the sound that The Megaphonic Thrift really doesn't bring much new to the table. Nothing texturally, neither from the vocalist nor the blasting drums in the background particularly levitate this album ... read more
Jan 20, 2020
Listening to this album really doesn't feel the same anymore. When I first gave it a go back in July it seemed like a decent, but quite depressing, alternative country album that had its charms, but ultimately I didn't really think too much of it. It was good when I first listened to it, but now the meaning of the songs have all changed significantly.

I'll admit that I never knew who David Berman was before the release of this album. I didn't know about his work under Silver Jews, nor were I ... read more
Jan 20, 2020
Making a New World is the seventh album of Sunderland-based rock band Field Music, a band that I was not familiar with before the release of this album.

And honestly, for a band seven albums deep into their musical career, I really expected something better than this. To me, Making a New World is as boring as art pop can possibly be. Perhaps the lyrical themes can sometimes be intriguing, but for me this album is perfectly flat. Only a few of the tracks stick out as sonically interesting, ... read more
Jan 18, 2020
Ghosts I-IV is an album that I have some close sentimental connection to. Believe it or not, Ghosts was the first Nine Inch Nails album I ever listened to, and it really was a gateway into Trent’s music. Because of that, I refuse to rate this album as low as the others. Music is art, and art is subjective. This is my subjective opinion on this album.

First of all, I feel that most people approach this album with the same expectation as the other Nine Inch Nails albums. To me, this barely ... read more
Jan 16, 2020
I didn't quite expect to make it to 200 reviews before getting bored of this site, but almost half a year later, here I am still churning out reviews at an inconsistent rate.

As someone who took a semi-deep into the genre of emo and shoegaze this year, I really couldn't resist to listen to what the 2020s would be like for emo. I definitely don't expect changes to happen instantly, but I will definitely try keeping an ear out on the newest innovations in the genre, if there are any.

Anyways, ... read more
Jan 10, 2020
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