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|1.5 very poor||Suli | May 22nd 17|
Never thought I'd say this about Burial's work but this is just boring, uninspired & insignificant. Young Death/Nightmarket was a step in the wrong direction this is a leap off a cliff.
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|3.0 good||Alabaster Jones | June 17th 17|
Since Rival Dealer, what we've gotten from Burial, at least when it comes to his usually immaculate EP's, are songs based almost entirely in ambient, with very little of the "future garage" and dubstep that he made his name on. These compositions, including Subtemple, aren't bad, but they're a tad uneventful. The little repeating musical motifs that so often characterized his older work still remain though smaller in scale, and make the songs here worth a listen. I for one wouldn't be averse to an LP of ambient Burial, but I would hope that just a little bit more would be happening during the songs themselves.
|2.0 poor||Drummerboy123 | May 19th 17|
Come on Burial, what's happening here? Past 2 EP's have been so formless, nothing captures the ears, it's just there... Most of it sounds like sound design rather than music. It's like he's grown a phobia of using drums and melody in his music.
|2.5 average||Kurisu | September 19th 17|
|2.5 average||Jan555 | July 19th 17|
|2.5 average||aiioli | May 26th 17|
|3.0 good||matzo | May 22nd 17|
|3.5 great||Pekke | May 22nd 17|
|3.5 great||alex | May 21st 17|
|3.0 good||fish | May 19th 17|
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