Average Rating: 3.50
Rating Variance: 0.36
Objectivity Score: 73% (Fairly Balanced)
Sort by: Rating | Release Date | Rating Date | Name4.5 superbAgency ResistOne of the best R&B, soul albums with the message in recent times.Dugo Lingua FrancaAn excellent electric/acoustic combination that has been in the works for 10 years.Jason Vitelli Head Above TideExcellent smart jazz/pop akin to Steely Dan and Sea and Cake.Lukas Nelson and The Promise of The Real Lukas Nelson & The Promise of the RealWith this album, Lukas Nelson steps out completely out of his father Willie's shadow and shows why Neil Young joined forces with him on two albums.zenxienz BrainforestAn excellent, refreshing IDM album, showing what "intelligent dance music" should sound like.4.0 excellentAurganic Distant Echoes and Close EncountersThe album covers a lot of musical ground - from Postal Service to Radiohead.Cary Heuchert Blue RainAn excellent musical overview of late psychedelic/early progressive soundsEric Frisch Late In The NightA great, late night piano pop influenced by the likes of The Beatles and Real Estate.Giant Flying Turtles Waltz To The WorldAn ecclectic and versitile band cover the ground between Allman Brothers and Grateful Dead.Groupoem Dirt ChurchA great post-punk album in the tradition of Husker Du and Minutemen.K-HAM CA Astro Traveling 2: Albatros HillTo make a good beat sampling album you don't only have to have good beats, but also to perfectly tackle the samples you're using and K-HAM CA does that.Negativehate SolipsisFrom metal to harmony vocals to progressive and back.3.5 greatFracktura OculusA good, promising combination of few old progressive styles.Galapaghost PulseA mixture of musical styles combined with lyrics that make you stop and think for a whileGEA ButterfliesFinnish singer GEA is on a good track to earn that often misused epithet ethereal.Ghost Color American Book of The DeadIf you're in for something leaning towards heavier sounds, be it grunge or even shoegaze, definitely worth checking out.Ivan Beecroft Dirty LieA great combination of classic rock and Eighties alternative soundsYvan Poisson Blind ExperimentAn interesting sampling technique making the beats used hard to recognize.3.0 goodAmerican High Bones in the Attic, Flowers in the BasementCoral the Merknight vs. Searantula It Weaves a Web of MetalA heavy metal spoof that works on quite a few levels.Dark Model SagaAn interesting and intriguing variation on orchestral electronics. Quite suited for an anime film.Eric Anders Eleven NineGood, solid album, with very strong political views that are sure to polarize Eric's audiences.Henry Metal Metal O'ClockA good, solid attempt to present a variety of heavy metal genres and inject some humor in the lyrics.Matt Townsend The Dream (Part 1)Good combination of early Dylan and Jackson Browne and few other West Coast singer/songwriters.Mavara ConsciousnessMichael P. Cullen and The Soul Searchers Live at the LazybonesAustralian singer/songwriter inspired by his compatriots like Nick Cave and The Saints comes up with a good live EP.Revolushn Further!!An inspired take on the late Sixties San Francisco sound with a dash of Midwestern guitar attack.Run DMT RevolutionaireA well crafted, dark sounding dubstep soundtrack to an imaginary movie.Temporary Hero IndigoIntelligently crafted modern pop done with soul and care.Veseria RLTVTYFamiliar Sixties and Seventies sounds but done with aplomb.Zeistencroix GeminiAccomplished industrial/metal with traces of new directions.zenxienz CosmosisCameron Williamson or zenxienz continues on his productive trail based on writing a new song every day.2.5 averageDeb Montgomery Long Long JourneyA well played, sung and heartfelt album. Unfortunately, a bit too long to be listened to in one take.
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