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|0.0 ||former sputnik's home post-punk maester | May 8th 18|
What the hell, Damien? Let me listen to your music. Why isn't it on them internets?
UPDATE: So I just got myself a physical copy. Yeah, of course it's great. Didn't need to wait like a month to hear it, though, but I'm glad I got to.
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|4.0 excellent||TwigTW | July 6th 18|
This finally showed up on Spotify six months later... It's a nice one, worth the wait.
|4.0 excellent||juiceviaorange | June 9th 18|
Just discovered this album's existence in my obsession with Father John Misty's newest work. The way J. Tillman crafts and exists almost always allows him complete autonomy in my musical forays when he releases something new. However, the heft and presence of Damien Jurado, and probably unfairly, a review of one of Jurado's newest Maraqopa trilogy albums by Tillman himself, allowed me to venture out and listen to this too. So delicate and beautiful, and I didn't really realize I needed DJ to lay off the psychadelic swell of his previous 3.5 albums, and just get back to basics. Can't wait for this to seep into my bones.
|4.0 excellent||Nrap | March 10th 19|
|3.5 great||Josh F. | November 12th 18|
|4.0 excellent||neekafat CONTRIBUTOR | October 12th 18|
|4.0 excellent||Lucman | September 16th 18|
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