Jade Eveline

Reviews 137
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Album Ratings 31
Objectivity 45%

Last Active 04-29-16 3:20 pm
Joined 12-06-09

Forum Posts 912
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Average Rating: 4.26
Rating Variance: 0.25
Objectivity Score: 45%
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5.0 classic
Isis Oceanic
Isis, you perfectly capture the most identifiable elements of the ocean with one. Honestly. You do a phenomenal job of representing every single attribute of the sweeping sea, including those moments where absolutely nothing happens within it, and yeah, even the moments when other landscapes would be much more ideal. But if it's a matter of you guys capturing an image flawlessly, then you win! Fortunately for you guys, the sea is a pretty great place. I suppose I'm just prone to become seasick.
Nmesh Dream Sequins
Truly phenomenal stuff here. I love the fact that this album works so well, given all the ways on paper it seems like it shouldn't- mostly the fuckin' Mr. Potato Head commercial halfway through the Rainforest track, and the damn Fantano sample that occupies the last five minutes of the album. Yet it all blends together in such a fascinating way that directly contributes to the current status of vaporwave while poking fun at it a bit too.
Oneohtrix Point Never Garden of Delete
Garden of definitely isn't the kind of album for everyone. It instead strikes me as the kind of record that'll leave a broad impact on a relatively small group of people, which contrasts so much with the more grandiose vision of R Plus Seven. The erratic skips in style here are off-putting at first, but more listens help you realize the spontaneous nature of the release is what makes it work so damn well. And despite however much you may hear about the concept of this record, don't let that convince you this thing needs context in order to be enjoyed. I listened to this thing at least 30 times before looking up the references

4.8 classic
OutKast ATLiens
Portishead Dummy

4.7 superb
Deftones White Pony
People think Diamond Eyes is better than this? Come again?
Isis Panopticon

4.6 superb
OutKast Aquemini

4.5 superb
Carly Rae Jepsen E MO TION
Faraquet The View From This Tower
N.W.A. Straight Outta Compton
Red House Painters Down Colorful Hill

4.4 superb
Glassjaw Worship and Tribute
Jefre Cantu-Ledesma Love is a Stream
Refused The Shape of Punk to Come

4.3 superb
Amia Venera Landscape The Long Procession
The Long Procession is pure, unadulterated emotion that throws its punches patiently. There's a gut-wrenching moment in each song here, and while the album could be a little shorter it's strikingly potent. Metalcore mingles with its sister subgenres to create something extraordinary, and we're all waiting with bated breath for what these gentlemen do next.
Black Moth Super Rainbow The Autumn Kaleidoscope Got Changed
this is a good way to get introduced to black moth super rainbow, i hadn't really hard anything of theirs before this release but i'm loving it so far. really mellow and sentimental lo-fi folk-inspired indie, i guess? i don't even know what this would be called?? but either way it's really comforting.
G.L.O.S.S. Demo
The Future Sound of London Lifeforms

4.2 excellent
Time of Orchids Namesake Caution

4.1 excellent
Fero Lux No Rest
Prefuse 73 One Word Extinguisher
Shigeto Intermission
Zomby Where Were U In '92?

4.0 excellent
Incubus Morning View
Torche Meanderthal

3.8 excellent
Avenged Sevenfold Waking the Fallen

3.5 great
Slipknot Iowa

3.3 great
Glassjaw Everything You Ever Wanted To Know...

3.1 good
Kanye West The Life of Pablo

3.0 good
Rx Bandits ...And the Battle Begun

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