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Quick-Thoughts: Travis Scott’s Music Video “90210”

Listened to Rodeo a couple weeks ago; thought it was pretty great, which is surprising considering my mismatched inklings on ASTROWORLD. 90210 may very well be the best song on that LP; it’s damn near ideal; Kacy Hill, the transitioning, tom-toms, classic piano, artificial guitar-amp bass, adequate autotune implications, the Kanye West and 70s jazz […]

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Quick-Thoughts: FKA twigs’ Music Video “M3LL155X”

After listening to the eargasmic LP MAGDALENE for the first time, I had to venture into FKA twigs’ earlier work, so I found out that she has an entire self-directed music video dedicated to her EP M3LL155X, so here we are!  As a major fan of groundbreaking, electronic-fuse solo artists such as the acclaimed Björk, […]

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Quick-Thoughts: Fiona Apple’s Fetch The Bolt Cutters

Where do I even start?  Fetch the Bolt Cutters: by far Fiona Apple’s kookiest musical statement yet and arguably her finest? The vocal/acapella diversity and sound editing in Fiona’s voice is more expansive than ever. The rhythm patterns are so retaliating this time around and they alternate with such a rapid, off-guarding persona. The variation […]

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I Disagree: An LP That Reinforces Poppy As One of the Most Inventive Artists Working Today

If you were to tell me around 4 years ago that the internet enigma Poppy would become an experimental alt/pop/hard rock/EDM/metal musical sensation in the near future, I would’ve laughed so damn hard at you.  Pity me and my ignorance.  In 2017 Poppy released her first LP Poppy.Computer (if you don’t count her strictly pop-oriented […]

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The Four Special Albums That Made 2019 For Me

I was debating whether to do a top 10 list for my picks for the best albums of the year or just make a small, contained selection of a couple LPs that truly spoke to me, unlike any other albums I heard this year. As you probably already figured out from reading the title, I’ve […]

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My 20 Favorite Songs of 2019 (From 15 Different Artists)

Last year, I made a “20 favorite songs” list for 2018, but it was in a video format on YouTube, so unshockingly, it got removed. At this point, due to YouTube’s destructive nature, I’ve decided to make all my “top” lists for this year just articles. To start off my celebration of this arguably eventful […]

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Quick-Thoughts: Earl Sweatshirt’s Feet of Clay

I went to Earl’s semi-secretive listening party in Los Angeles for Feet of Clay during Halloween evening, and I swear to you, I felt like I was the only dude jamming and totally digging the track EAST.  Feet of Clay is essentially just an extension of Some Raps Songs, but like, in what world is […]

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Men I Trust’s Oncle Jazz is the Musical Highlight of 2019

Men I Trust, an alt-pop/neo-psychedelia band from Montreal, Quebec, Canada, continues their reign of producing the most heavenly-inspired, borderline Twin-Peaks-porn music there is on the platform by gifting fans of the wildly pacifying and transcending tunes with their brand new 24-track (yes, you heard correctly) album, Oncle Jazz. A few songs on this LP, to […]

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BROCKHAMPTON’s GINGER: This Time, It’s Personal (feat. Turn off the Bright Lights)

Evan Ambrose and Fabian Garcia sit down to talk about BROCKHAMPTON’s sixth studio album GINGER. Cheers. FG: When I think of BROCKHAMPTON many things come to mind. I think of their unique production, I think of their impeccable gang of rappers and singers, but one thing I don’t usually think of is how they make […]

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Quickie: Lana Del Rey’s 6th Studio Album Norman F*****g Rockwell

Wow. After hearing Ms. Rey’s awfully mediocre cover of Sublime’s Doin’ Time, I had some to little anticipation for her next project in defiance of the fact that I’ve always had a soft spot for her as an artist. I should be ashamed of myself! Regardless of what the album title may suggest, Norman Fucking Rockwell […]