|UserReviews 4Approval 100%Soundoffs 778Album Ratings 1711Objectivity 77%Last Active 12-13-15 4:40 pmJoined 01-01-12Forum Posts 2Review Comments 31
| ||Migos Culture II|
On one hand it's rather remarkable how much they've got their shtick down to a science, on the other their ability to incessantly churn it out is extinguished by mindless+egregious excess. No one needs a hundred-plus minutes of Migos, and the handful of slight standouts ain't worth the slog -- this is quintessential quantity over quality; an adequate autopilot mass meant to manipulate streaming platforms and bound to wallow in the background. Given the infinite mentions of the ice they're rockin' and infatuation with further broadening their bank accounts, no shame in the ol illegal download with this one.
| ||Manitoba's Wild Kingdom ...And You?|
"CAN YOU DIG THIS HEAVY SOUND / SOUND THAT BRINGS THE LADIES 'ROUND / FOUR WHITE BOYS BANGING ON TOYS" holy shit
| ||awakebutstillinbed what people call low self-esteem is really...|
Recoil if you must from thatbandname and long-ass album title and lowercase necessity and screamo kicking off 2018. But their organic old-school mien and quiet-loud facility strike a nerve; if too sad or shy or sweet for too long in comes that resounding eruption and the bloodcurdling shrieks for catharsis. Good on the canorous pop-punk immediacy and raw rabidity right along with the tension building and truly tender.
| ||Beres Hammond In Control||3.0|
| ||Portal ION|
Thrashy and terrifying and extraordinary enough to tolerate the burnt-to-a-crisp trebly production, which don't exactly alleviate their penchant for erratic farragoes -- they make Krallice sound like groovemaster softies. Frontcreature's constant gasp-grunt bizarrely baleful but not the most dynamic of vox; sections of all-encompassing intensity outnumbered by strained slogs camouflaged in commotion; welcome brevity yet feels kinda brusque. Maybe-fave is "Spores": most clear-cut, most cacophonous, second quickest.
| ||Danny Brown XXX||4.5|
| ||Peder Mannerfelt The 3D Printed Songbook|
Title+cover suggest some sort of lush journey via psychedelic symphony, but alas, it's a short stint of transformative techno. Compact and vivid deliverer of varied virtues -- mystery, ambiance, groove, thud, scuzz, squeal.
|LogicTumble Hey man - Seen that you're a big fan of Sun Kil Moon - How great is Carissa? If you're into the spoken word music vibe, I'd love to know what you think of my album: https://joshuathorne.bandcamp.com/album/dear-listener . The sput page is: http://www.sputnikmusic.com/bands/Joshua-Thorne/90709/ . It'd be amazing if you can do a review, but if not I'd just love to know what you think!|
|zakalwe You seem to know what you're talking about. I like your style.|
|Lucid great jlin soundoff, nice to see someone else digging it on this site. cold reception surprisingly|
|JohnnyOnTheSpot http://www.sputnikmusic.com/list.php?listid=170280 you have fans|