If a mod wants to delete the review from the news article, feel free. I figured Pitchfork does it to increase site hits so it might get a few extra clicks here, plus I'm incredibly vain and want people to read my writing (but that's a given obviously)
I enjoy these dudes, gonna give this record a few spins.
About halfway through and it's MAD disappointing thus far - early estimate of 2/5 on my end
I'm gonna unread that
haha, listen to Can't Kill Us first since it's actually pretty decent
that sounds like a good place to start
Idk brostep, kinda sounds like brostep.
yeah, not even creative brostep at that, kinda takes their sound and combines it with a weak-sauce Seven Lions "trance-step" sound
I have not listened to their debut yet, so I can't compare, but I was expecting more from that single. I mean we've heard that before. Does that mean they've made the same mistake as The Crystal Method? :O
I mean at least TCM were kinda innovative at one point. The Glitch Mob's debut is pretty good (low 3.5 from me) but this just sucks.
The Glitch Mob is good, but this is just DISSAPPOINTING
Idk I dig it. The production is fantastic and it just sounds like a more upbeat Drink the Sea for the most part to me. But what do I know?
You know absolutely nothing, mere peasant
Digging: clipping. - Splendor and Misery
disappointed so far
damn i had been looking forward to this
wow such poor reactions...
I can't say I'm looking forward to hearing this
The problem is that The Glitch Mob is BETTER THAN THIS!
OMG I expected this to be epic.
Well... this is ALMOST usual electro shit for clubs...
I know right
goddamn https formatting :[
should work now
terrible terrible album =(. The first one was really nice.
Digging: Amanda Bergman - Docks
Can't kill us, meh. It's ok if you feel like watching paint dry or need a low frequency fix.
Tracks like animus vox (despite sometimes sounding like someone's first piano lesson) were still all around
solid. Here's its bassssss with some stuff and sounds. It's empty.