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|2.0 poor||The Aspie Fantastie | October 8th 21|
I admire the intent behind this album and all its minimal slow-pace musical ideology, but by god this is soul-deadening to listen to.
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|2.0 poor||ajcollins15 | October 7th 21|
Tirzah Mastin is not exactly the easiest RnB artist out there; I would argue she is probably one of the most experimental when it comes to RnB. The very nature of her music is much in the creation of post-downtempo as it is in minimal wave. Where most experimental RnB artists are taking to the destructive nature of the deconstructed club and/or wonky genres, Tirzah has always been on the other side, using fewer sounds to make powerful statements. However, with that, she also can make tracks that are so unlistenable that it takes into question what the goal of certain tracks is. For example, ?Crepuscular Rays? is this psychedelic Avant-folk (free folk?) piece that really doesn?t go anywhere or built anything. So in a lot of ways, this sophomore record is a giant mess of ideas that sometimes pay off and other times feels like a huge mess.
|4.0 excellent||markjamie | October 1st 21|
If Tricky wanted to make Maxinquaye even more minimal and threw in a (very small) dash of Homogenic-era Bjork...
|3.5 great||Jake | December 31st 21|
|1.5 very poor||fog CONTRIBUTOR | October 13th 21|
|3.0 good||bharry | October 12th 21|
|3.0 good||chwe | October 4th 21|
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