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 isContinue reading “Quick-Thoughts: Earl Sweatshirt’s Feet of Clay”

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, toContinue reading “Men I Trust’s Oncle Jazz is the Musical Highlight of 2019”

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

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