Top 13 from the last few months, plus a couple that I still need to jam.
|1||Aaron West and the Roaring Twenties|
We Don't Have Each Other
So much emotion in these songs. Not usually into the "guy with an acoustic guitar"
genre but i'll be damned if Soupy doesn't do the style so much justice.
Dark, '80s themed cyberpunk dystopian synthwave. Read my review!
This guy might just trump Chance and Chief Keef as the most interesting rising
Roads to the North
Yes, I know this is technically a Q2 release but I hadn't heard it until recently and
thought it merited an inclusion. Most polished Panopitcon work to date.
No, it's not the Opeth that we loved 10 years ago but as a fan of the '70s prog
genre I really can't help but enjoy this. Even if it rips off all the obvious choices like
King Crimson and Frank Zappa, it does so with adequate finesse.
Local on the 8s: Weather Channel jams.
Callback to Joplin and Rosalie Collins. A great addition to Nuclear Blast records.
The Next Four Years
Solid album. Not much else to say of it.
Didn't think I was going to like this because i'm getting real tired of this particular
style thats been trendy lately. Can't deny the beauty of this girl's voice though and
the fact the honesty in the lyrics.
Digital Dream Sequence
If you liked Seperate Realities you'll like this too.
the powers that b - part I: niggas on the moon
Also a Q2 release but this has grown on me a bit since then. Fav tracks: Say Hey
Kid and Have a Sad Cum
|12||Wolves in the Throne Room|
Ambient soundscapes from some of the best American Black Metallers in the game.
Still hoping they've gotten it out of their system so they can go back to that raw,
gritty bm sound we all adore.
|13|| ||The Rosebuds|
Sun + Sand
Clearing the Path to Ascend
Need to hear this. Reviews i've read have been mixed.
Everyone has rec'd this album to me so I figure eventually I spin this. Early
impressions have reminded me a bit of Summoning which is cool I suppose.