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Fax Gang Aethernet
Debut album from cloud rapper and HexD maker Fax Gang and this isn?t bad music, but it takes way too much PC music influence and doesn?t quite hit on all cylinders in any of the songs. It?s loud, but not loud enough; it?s glitchy, but not glitchy enough; etc. I want more out of music like this and I get it sometimes, but most of the time this album falters in its overall execution. However, there is still something here with the idea and style that could be flushed out into future releases.
R.A.P. Ferreira bob's son: R​.​A​.​P. Ferreira in the garden level
Philosophical rapper, Milo, comes through with his second album under his new name. His 2020 release was a great showing of what he has in store for this new hazy jazz-rap sound. He continues that idea on this brand new album. For me, this is a hair better than the last album because of how concise and to the point this album is. Being much shorter and having significantly better instrumentals makes this a great listen. The biggest issues are the lyrics are a bit ?babbly?. You know, anyone who took a liberal arts Philosophy class can relate to a babbly professor and that?s a lot of what this album is. Still a solid showing and continue to loo
La Fin The Endless Inertia
Extremely tight, solid, and heavy performances from the Italian metal band. Post-metal has had a year for many people, not including me, but this is one hell of a great album if you want some heavy, atmospheric, and intricate metal music. The biggest downfall with this album is how one-dimensional it really is?but at the end of the day, it really isn?t that big of a deal.
Cakes Da Killa Muvaland
Another solid hip-house album, however, is not as dense or intricate as Channel Tres?s EP that was mentioned earlier. There is just something missing from this EP that is on that one that I cannot place. Still a hella solid release.
Show Me A Dinosaur Plantgazer
Really solid blackgaze album with some truly atmospheric post-metal/post-rock instrumentals that keep me coming back for more. However, the mixing on this album is all over the place and that really is the worst part of this album. Sometimes the drums are so inaudible that I wonder if they are there. While other times the guitars are so damn washed out that they overtake the mix. But still, some really solid performances that any fan of Deafheaven would love this album.
Channel Tres I Can't Go Outside
Brand new EP from the dominant force of the hip-house revitalization and I cannot say any more positive things about the power this album has on the genre. So many deep, hypnotic, and energetic house beats over some truly spectacular rapping. The biggest downfall is the tracks could have used some more extensions to them because the beats are so damn solid.
Helios Domicile
For ambient music, this has a lot of great ideas and drone textures. However, for 40 minutes you are given the same thing over and over again and nothing really makes that an enjoyable listen from front to back.


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