Tasha crafts emotionally jarring artwork on Tell Me What You Miss The Most

    Tasha Tell Me What You Miss The Most Father/Daughter · November 5, 2021 Chicago-born singer-songwriter Tasha’s newest release, Tell Me What You Miss The Most, is an album that, more than anything else, sounds comfortable in its own skin. The music expresses this unique emotion of collectedness and self-confidence, and it is from this place […]

    LP! is JPEGMAFIA’s most solid work to date

    JPEGMAFIA LP! EQT / Republic · October 22, 2021 JPEGMAFIA proves himself to be one of the most skilled and versatile artists in the current hip hop genre with the release of his newest record, LP!. The listening experience this record provides is not only astounding in its consistency and technical prowess, but also in […]

    Johnny Marr fails to deliver anything compelling on Fever Dreams Pt. 1

    Johnny Marr Fever Dreams Pt. 1 New Voodoo · October 15, 2021 Johnny Marr, legendary guitarist of The Smiths, fails to play to his strengths on his newest EP. Fever Dreams Pt. 1, which comprises the first four tracks of Marr’s forthcoming album, Fever Dreams Pts 1-4, certainly doesn’t build any excitement for the project. […]

    Illusory Walls is TWIABP’s strong but inconsistent comeback

    The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die Illusory Walls Epitaph · October 8, 2021 Post-rock and midwest emo band The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die (TWIABP) come in with a decently strong return on Illusory Walls. While certainly not as […]

    LILHUDDY’s Teenage Heartbreak is, unsurprisingly, uninspired and trite

    LILHUDDY Teenage Heartbreak Immersive / Sandlot / Geffen · September 17, 2021 Expectations weren’t exactly high for LILHUDDY’s newest release, Teenage Heartbreak. Even with this fact, however, LILHUDDY still manages to underwhelm in every aspect of his musical ability on this album. Chase Hudson, known more commonly by his pseudonym LILHUDDY, rose to fame through […]

    girl in red’s long-awaited debut LP is a disappointing flop

    girl in red if i could make it go quiet world in red · April 30, 2021 It’s disheartening to hear the state of girl in red’s music on her latest LP, if i could make it go quiet. The EPs she released previously showed genuine promise in her songwriting and in her ability to […]

    Kero Kero Bonito’s ‘Civilisation II’ EP is full of serene storytelling

    Kero Kero Bonito Civilisation II Polyvinyl · April 21, 2021 Kero Kero Bonito’s newest EP, Civilisation II, is a worthy successor to their magnificent 2019 EP Civilisation I and builds upon the themes that were previously illustrated in that work. Its sound, while similar to Civilisation I, is distinctly more blissful and serene, and the […]

    Denzel Curry & Kenny Beats try for fresh remixes with ‘UNLOCKED 1.5’

    Denzel Curry & Kenny Beats UNLOCKED 1.5 PH / Loma Vista · March 5, 2021 While UNLOCKED 1.5, a remix album of tracks from Denzel Curry and Kenny Beat’s critically acclaimed 2020 record UNLOCKED, doesn’t pose anything groundbreaking overall, there are some solid remixes on the tracklist that make it a worthy listen for hardcore […]

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