Tag : album review

Rosalía Releases New Album, El Mal Querer

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Rosalía, at the young age of 25, keeps making history and excelling in her music career; after the success of ‘Malamente’ and ‘Pienso en Tu Mirá’, the release of her second album has left nobody indifferent. El Mal Querer, produced by Rosalía herself and her collaborator Pablo ‘El Guicho’, is … Read More

NAO Returns With Sophomore Studio Album, Saturn

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NAO’s sophomore studio album, Saturn, released under her own label, Little Tokyo Recordings, was released unto us last Friday. Her phenomenal debut album, For All We Know, hurtled her into the spotlight back in July 2016, dripping in soul and R&B with electronic and consistently funky dance production. The album … Read More

Bill Ryder-Jones’ New Album is No YAWN

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Bill Ryder-Jones returns with his best album to date. Yawn is the culmination of a seven-year solo career and a pained existence, moving his beautifully depressing guitar music into a much deeper dimension. Together these ten songs represent a meditative reflection of Ryder-Jones’ self and relationships. The goose bump inducing … Read More

Soulfly Returns With New Album, Ritual

3 weeks ago / 0 comments

In the months leading up to its release, Soulfly frontman Max Cavalera told fans that their 11th studio album Ritual would be a “tribal thrash” record. Producer Josh Wilbur (Gojira, Lamb of God) said he wanted to make this album with the band as fan, hoping to recapture the world … Read More

MØ Creates Lush Worlds of Beauty in New Album, Forever Neverland

3 weeks ago / 0 comments

MØ’s latest record is pretty interesting as far as pop music goes, but I wonder if it’s a step in the wrong direction for the Danish singer. I’ll say this though: it’s not as good as No Mythologies to Follow. Indeed, I often find while listening to this new record … Read More

Disturbed Release New Album, Evolution

3 weeks ago / 0 comments

Let’s start with what this album does right, because there isn’t much to say in that regard. The main attraction is frontman David Draiman’s voice, which seems to have only improved with time. This is most noticeable on the final track, ‘Already Gone,’ a mostly slow, acoustic number with no … Read More

You Me At Six Tries to Impress With New Album, VI

1 month ago / 0 comments

You Me At Six’s sixth album, VI, is a pretty good record, but not as good as the old ones. That about sums it up. The band is continuing their shift away from pop-punk in favour of a cooler, but more generic, indie rock. This is best emphasised on the … Read More

Twenty One Pilots Reach New Depths with New Album, Trench

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Trench is an apt name for an album that has seemingly endless depth; it covers as many genres as it is possible to cover in 14 tracks. Trench is vast; acting not as one album, but two. The first, a brilliantly chaotic and compelling concept album. Regular lyric-drops of jumpsuits … Read More

4 Unmissable Albums From The Summer Break

2 months ago / 0 comments

Wilf Amis, Backwards/Forwards With his debut two-track EP, Wilf Amis creates a striking world within his selection and manipulation of sounds. During the first track, ‘Backwards’, electronic waves, a soothing, deep bass and seemingly endless repetitive sonic patterns draw the listener to believe they are gently falling into the sand of … Read More

Father John Misty develops his musical persona in ‘God’s Favorite Customer’

5 months ago / 0 comments

Father John Misty’s fourth LP, God’s Favorite Customer, lives up to the hype created by the success of his previous album. Pure Comedy was released only last year and was regarded as one of the best albums of 2017. Misty’s new album, released June 1st, proves he is a prolific … Read More