Not necessarily releases that came out in March that I dug, but releases
that really worked their way into my heart this month.
Honestly one of the most consistent trip-hop albums I've heard in a while. Can't
wait to see what they do in the future.
I Shall Die Here
Working with The Haxan Cloak really benefited these guys. This is honestly a pretty
Admittedly, Clipping's debut was a little 2abrasive4me at times, but I really feel like
they hit their mark with this one. The poppier elements on this thing work pretty
well most of the time (Tonight is fucking awful though).
A really short n' sweet release. The sincerity in these tracks really got me invested.
Thank fuck for Sam Herring, man. Glad to have another fantastic band to represent
North Carolina. Seasons (Waiting on You) is easily my track of the year so far.
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I keep forgetting to put this on my monthly lists for one reason or another.
Definitely a fun, creative metal record.
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Stellar juke EP. That's all I really have to say about it.
Say Yes To Love
I'm not really sure how long this album's going to remain in my favor, but for now I
think it's a fun little noise rock album.
Why do I feel like this album's going to get skipped over when it comes to year-end
lists? Oh No really pulled out all the stops for the production on this thing, and
Prince Po really matches the grime factor.
The Mother of Virtues
Some of the most disgusting death metal I've heard this year. I feel gross just
talking about it. Definitely worth a listen or two.
To Be Kind
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Lost in the Dream
The boo-hoo version of Waking on a Pretty Daze turns out to be a better version,
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