TheGreatEscaper
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Last Active 10-09-22 10:24 pm
Joined 11-02-20

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Charli XCX Brat
4.5
06.07.24
Yeule softscars
my two favourite artists are following the same trend of having a 3 album discography, all of which are incredible, and the third of which is more shoegazey than the others and pretty much an instant all time classic. Alvvays and Yeule try not to make masterpieces challenge (difficulty impossible)
5.0
09.23.23
Alvvays Blue Rev
5.0
10.09.22
Marcus Whale The Hunger
Hidden gem. Atmospheric, moody, gets more and more immersive with each listen. The concept
behind the album is great, and drenches the whole thing in fairly dark emotions. As soon as
I heard the transition from the intro track Cowboy Song into Two Holes, I knew something
special was gonna happen. Portal & Familiar are the other album highlights for me. Hope a
few more people get round to listening to this, it?s good stuff.
4.5
01.11.22
Lorde Melodrama
From start to end, this album knows what it's doing and it does it damn good. Yes, it's a pop breakup album, but it displays so much depth in its lyricism and nuance in its songwriting that the tired label doesn't even begin to suggest. Antonoff and Lorde are just fully on the same wavelength here, and the production and her voice interplay perfectly. Melodrama is not experimental, it doesn't reinvent the wheel, but it does something universal to a level that hasn't been matched before.
5.0
12.21.21
Oneohtrix Point Never Garden of Delete
The darker counterpart to R+7. Instead of wonder at beauty, this album is filled with an electronic angst, a technological reflection of hurt and confusion. The rock-influences make a lot of this album just plainly catchy, especially in the opening singles Ezra and Sticky Drama, but what keeps me coming back to this is how it manages to capture human feeling in such an alien soundscape.
4.5
12.21.21
Lightning Bug Floaters
Really quite an alluring album. Something fairytale like to the whole thing, you can almost sense 'normal' pop songs that have been blurred at sunset, had a few colour filters passed over them, and then handed back to you. That's not necessarily a bad thing.
3.5
12.21.21

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  • TheGreatEscaper Yum cookie! And yeah that's me on RYM lol
    October 18 06:48 PM
  • bighubbabuddha Good user, enjoy a cookie
    October 3 09:07 AM
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    October 10 04:26 AM

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