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Del tha Funkee Homosapien Both Sides of the Brain
Possessing an unmistakable voice and a penchant for lyricism, Del Tha Funkee Homosapien is one of the more prominent figures in underground hip-hop. His work with Deltron 3030 is seen as classic, and his debut record established him as a very capable rapper. Both Sides Of The Brain is arguably his best work, featuring his most recognized song in "If You Must", some songs dealing with personal addictions in "BM's" and "Skull & Crossbones", and his affront to "fake rappers", something that has always characterized Del. The production on this record is much more varied than on his previous albums, and the guest appearances on here are excellent
4.5
11.21.14
New Order Blue Monday
There really isn't much left to say about "Blue Monday". It's just one of the greatest dance tracks ever made, no question. It's importance cannot be understated either, as it is often seen as one of the strongest links between the disco of the seventies and the dance/house music that permeated the late eighties. The B-side remix known as "The Beach" is really cool as well, but nothing can compare to the greatness of the original.
4.5
11.14.14
Baths Cerulean
Will Wiesenfeld has always had a soft spot for his home. Even his stage name is derived from his love of relaxing in his home bathtub. His debut was recorded over a period of two months in 2010 in the bedroom of his house. What came from this is an interesting take on electronic music that features influences from experimental electronic, downtempo, and even small doses of glitch. His chops with faster paced songs are seen on tracks like "Apologetic Shoulder Blades", "Indoorsy", and "Plea", but he is also crafty with the slower songs as seen on "Rain Smell" and "Departure". However, "Maximalist" is the true highlight of this album, combining
4.0
11.14.14
City and Colour The Hurry and the Harm
After three successful albums under his belt with his solo project, Dallas Green chose to quit his post-hardcore band, Alexisonfire. He said that being the band was killing him, and that he wanted to focus more on his solo work. He also stated that he won't ever "find a way home" musically, as he'll always be looking for something new. The record he made after that is a typically pleasant listen, but it also his most long-winded. He adds more instruments on this record, rather than it just being him and his guitar, but they don't do much to hold the listeners interest. It sounds more like a rehashing of previous material, just dressed up a li
3.0
11.13.14
Touche Amore Parting The Sea Between Brightness And Me
Touche Amore have the uncanny ability to condense the emotions they bring across. What might take several minutes to express for other bands usually only take a minute or so for Touche Amore. This formula was extremely calculated and focused on their debut, and for the most part this continues onto this record. While a bit samey in the middle, Touche Amore plays some of their best songs like "~", "The Great Repetition", "Method Act", and "Amends", utilizing their penchant for short, melodic emo breaks within their cathartic hardcore. The drumming is again excellent, and the vocals remain as emotion-infused as ever. While some consider this re
4.0
11.07.14
Rush Rush
Rush, at least as we know them today, are one of the most legendary bands to ever play progressive rock. However, their roots are much more simple. Taking a heavy amount of influence from bands like Led Zeppelin and Cream, their debut reflects this sound in a big way. That's not to say that Rush shamelessly ripped their influences off, though. Great songs like "Finding My Way", "Here Again", and "Working Man" prove that even before they became prog legends, Rush could write songs. Though Neil Peart isn't on this album, his predecessor, John Rutsey, is great in his own right on this record. Geddy Lee's vocals are great, his bass audible and is
3.5
11.07.14
Every Time I Die The Burial Plot Bidding War
Every Time I Die has been one of the better metalcore bands in the past decade or so, with releases like Hot Damn! and New Junk Aesthetic. During their roots, it was clear they listened to good metalcore, namely Botch, but on their debut EP, they stick a little too close to their influences. That being said, opener "The Emperor's New Clothes" is actually a really good song. Elsewhere, though, they sound so much like their influences that it becomes boring, and with the awful vocal quality, it doesn't translate into good metalcore. Fans of ETID will appreciate this, but if you're just starting to get into them, start elsewhere.
2.5
11.06.14

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  • LambsBread word sorry i dont remember why i said that
    November 3 03:17 PM
  • BMDrummer no idea why i waited so long to check more of his stuff, gonna jam more stuff soon
    September 13 10:15 PM
  • Hep Kat 0/10 btw
    July 9 08:33 PM
  • Hep Kat so stipid
    July 9 05:54 PM
  • Hep Kat are you using middle-school age psychology that's been played out a quintillion times on the internet because you're stupid or...?
    July 9 05:05 PM

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