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|3.8 excellent||manosg STAFF | June 4th 17|
You know an album is going to be special when from the very first seconds it takes you places and makes you reminisce on various memories. Amelia Murray's dreamy vocals and fairly simplistic yet very effective instrumentation make up for a highly evocative listen which may arouse positive feelings but are a product of frustration and anxiety once you read her lyrics. Overall, Morningside is an emotional and rather cathartic trip.
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|3.5 great||RadicalEd | June 16th 17|
Jennifer is the shit. Album is a bit hampered by the fact that every other song is just a lesser (yet still very cool) version of Jennifer tho.
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|2.5 average||TheManMachine | August 22nd 17|
Pulls off pleasant summery pop in a simplistic yet finespun fashion, delicate dream-states and and bedroom grunge and the dance-worthy fulfilled, conspicuously single-ready "Lucky Girl" early on but assuredly advances from there. But as a one-gal full band it's just so comprehensively cautious; elementary and calculable constructions lazing into the lackluster. Think bleached Bleached.
|3.5 great||gryndstone | May 17th 17|
This'll be a go-to album this summer. Female vocals with a healthy amount of reverb - a nice, airy shoegazey experience
|4.0 excellent||jimbo | October 21st 17|
|2.5 average||Rail | August 30th 17|
|4.5 superb||elvis7 | May 31st 17|
|5.0 classic||Reeet | May 26th 17|
|4.0 excellent||Rudy K. STAFF | May 12th 17|
|4.5 superb||budgie | May 10th 17|
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