Review Summary: Feature this review please. 
There were specifications that the musician asked for when he asked for this EP to be reviewed. Dubbed ian b (whether that’s his real name I do not know), he asked on an unofficial Sputnik Discord channel for one thing: a funny review that didn’t have to be good. While I am not a funny guy by any measure of imagination, I frolicked in the meadows of the barely new EP on offer, and I was astounded.
The music that’s actually present on this shady, lonely soundcloud.com release isn’t awful, or at least the good tracks aren’t. The good stuff involves cosmic electronic music which either relaxes you or puts you into a coma with its Bass Boost 7500. Not bad, not bad.
Ahhh but the trivialities!
Let’s get into it, though digging in to this requires a welding torch. There’s a song that sounds like literal hip-hop regurgitation, and as a dog returns to its vomit, so does “ian” play an ill-fitting acoustic ditty. He also attempts to play an ill-fitting “rock” song which does not rock… or roll. It kinda just sits there and I laugh at it whilst goofy bass notes are mainly used. Is there something I’m just not getting??
Don’t get me wrong: ideas are here, and so is music
but I wouldn't get excited over it. it's just another musician lost in the interwebs, another one that will never make it as big as Justin (pick a Justin, any Justin). It’s an unknown sound-cloud artist trying some stuff and failing on most accounts, but what else is new?