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Greyvy
January 28th 2014


5102 Comments


one of my favorites by her

Digging: Various Artists - Nippon Girls - Japanese Pop, Beat & Bossa Nova

NorwichScene
January 29th 2014


1524 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

How is one I my favourite ever songs #emo

ExcentrifugalForz
May 23rd 2014


1859 Comments


i like how even as she becomes more polished and mature

the music is still unique enough to be interesting

SnakeDelilah
May 23rd 2014


9110 Comments


#emo

Digging: Foxing - The Albatross

Greyvy
May 24th 2014


5102 Comments


jessssiiiiiicaaaaa wakeee uppp...
its febbuaryyy againnnn

Necrotica
May 24th 2014


10137 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

so fucking good

AdolfChrist
May 24th 2014


1822 Comments


"i like how even as she becomes more polished and mature

the music is still unique enough to be interesting"

implying being more mature=being less unique. if thats what it means then fuck maturity in music.

AdolfChrist
May 24th 2014


1822 Comments


this and Soviet Kitsch have some good songs, the rest are sleep-inducing.

Atari
Contributing Reviewer
June 26th 2014


20158 Comments


hope she's gonna release a new album pretty soon

that song she did for orange is the new black is really great

Digging: Johann Sebastian Bach - Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 in D major, BWV 1050

SowingSeason
Staff Reviewer
June 26th 2014


16922 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

I love almost every track here

Digging: Low Roar - 0

Atari
Contributing Reviewer
June 26th 2014


20158 Comments


I don't dig it quite as much as I used to, but it's still great

Firewood is just beautiful


SowingSeason
Staff Reviewer
August 15th 2014


16922 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

This record is so underrated



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