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Wheelah
October 14th 2012


756 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

"These are AWESOME. But I see why they didn't fit in"



Precisely. But I think some of the junkier songs on Epiclouder were just Epicloud-ish songs that didn't make the cut because they frankly kinda suck. Anyway there's enough awesome standalone songs to make it an awesome "album".

CrazyFool84
October 15th 2012


1081 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

One of a handful of modern musicians that has yet to disappoint me...thank you for you consistency Devy. Good review, while I feel it deserves a little higher of a rating I get it, and enjoyed the write up.

axc1080
October 17th 2012


24 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Intro is a tad long, but still a great review, man. The album kinda feels like Addicted Pt. II, but in a good way. It has a song for everyone!



Crazyfool, I totally agree. Most stuff coming out today is extremely disheartening. Though, I've recently gotten into a bunch of Indie music, and found stuff like Minus the Bear, which are absolutely fantastic. Maybe you aren't crazy...

Wheelah
October 20th 2012


756 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Realizing the only reason I haven't lowered this is the demo CD...

AtomicWaste
Staff Reviewer
October 25th 2012


2122 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0 | Sound Off

The bonus disk kicks the shit out of the "actual" album.

Digging: Lazer Kitty - SPIES

Wheelah
October 25th 2012


756 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Sad but true. I've slowly realized there's only a few great songs on the actual album.

Destructerator
November 3rd 2012


853 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5 | Sound Off

Let it be known I think Mr. Townsend is without question one of the best producers of all time.

IMZA1793
November 10th 2012


843 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Grace and Angel are awesome. Solid album.

SphinxesPaw
November 11th 2012


25 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

I like the Macbeth reference

IMZA1793
November 13th 2012


843 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

NEVER FEAR LOVEZ

demigod!
November 13th 2012


47045 Comments


eh, not really feeling this one, sadly. gonna give it another listen tonight though.

llima
November 19th 2012


8 Comments


Saw this guys live last night in Porto. What a blast!

Like the album too.

Wheelah
November 19th 2012


756 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I'm realizing overall, Dev's newer stuff mostly doesn't hold a candle to his pre-sobriety stuff. Sure there's a good amount of awesome stuff, but for whatever reason, his music's lost something. Maybe he's going for a "big picture" approach with his music now? I feel like the albums for the most part lack a deeper meaning now. Perhaps he wants it that way. Regardless...

CutMan
November 19th 2012


1842 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

....And what "deeper meaning" is in his older stuff?

IMZA1793
November 20th 2012


843 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Epiclouder is great.

Wheelah
November 20th 2012


756 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

It changes for each album CutMan, but I think it changes for each person. I don't know exactly what I'm trying to say, but Dev's music definitely changed when his lifestyle did.

CutMan
November 21st 2012


1842 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I just get a liiiittle tired of people thinking things stop being deep when a person stops being an emotional, self-destructive mess of a human being, you know? So I always question it, no offense.

KerfuffleinaHussle
November 21st 2012


999 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5 | Sound Off

I kinda know what Wheelah's getting at. With a few exceptions (Lady Helen/Terminal spring to mind) his DTP music has felt a little more...I don't know, "detached."

CutMan
November 22nd 2012


1842 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Detached? I just don't sense that. *shrug*

demigod!
November 27th 2012


47045 Comments


a bit disappointed by this tbh, was expecting more.



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