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5.0 classic
16 Horsepower Secret South
16 Horsepower Folklore
All the Empires of the World Blessings
It was so beautiful that it made me cry. I think that's enough to warrant a 5. If it isn't, then I don't know what is.
Altar of Plagues Teethed Glory and Injury
Basically the Best Band Ever You Wish You Were as Cool as Us
Brand New The Devil and God Are Raging Inside Me
Brand New Science Fiction
Brother/Ghost Buried
Album of the year, hands down.
Cerberus Shoal Chaiming the Knoblessone
Colour Revolt Colour Revolt
Deaf Center Owl Splinters
Deafheaven Sunbather
Emma Ruth Rundle Marked For Death
Enya The Memory of Trees
Exuma Exuma
Godspeed You! Black Emperor Lift Your Skinny Fists Like Antennas to Heaven
Godspeed You! Black Emperor F♯ A♯ ∞
Godspeed You! Black Emperor Slow Riot For New Zero Kanada
Godspeed You! Black Emperor F♯ A♯ ∞ [Vinyl]
Have a Nice Life Deathconsciousness
Hungry Ghosts Alone, Alone
Huun-Huur-Tu Altai Sayan Tandy-Uula
I Hate Myself 10 Songs
Jakob Jakob
Jon Foreman Fall and Winter
I'm not much for worship music, but this is so honest and reflective that it ends up being one of
the most lyrically mature albums I have ever heard. It's been a staple of mine for years and I
can't believe I've never rated it.
Joy Division Unknown Pleasures
Kayo Dot Choirs of the Eye
Light Bearer Lapsus
Over time, I'll probably bump this to a 5 cuz it's totally worthy. Very, very, well executed and brilliant post-metal. At times beautiful, at other times, harsh.
Manchester Orchestra Simple Math
Martin Grech Unholy
Merkabah (PL) Lyonesse
Really, this is excellent in every single waking way. Imagine if someone combined post-metal, post-rock, avant-garde, and jazz. This is what you'd get. The sax is used heavily, it is absolutely beautiful.
Mount Eerie A Crow Looked At Me
Naked City Naked City
O'Brother Garden Window
Oxbow The Narcotic Story
Polyenso One Big Particular Loop
I normally am not one to rate something so high right after a first listen. But man I can tell this is going to be a tremendous grower. The vox remind me of Thom Yorke quite often, but that's not a bad thing. The production is fantastic, and there is a rather nice diversity in the instrumentation, whilst remaining relatively simple and laid back at the same time. Wonderful.
Pygmy Lush Old Friends
Pygmy Lush Mount Hope
Pyramids with Nadja Pyramids with Nadja
Radiohead Kid A
Sadistik Flowers For My Father
Score One For Safety Yoni
Scott Walker Tilt
Slint Spiderland
Slint Slint
Sorne House of Stone
I just started listening to this today. Despite this, I can tell that this is something I'm gonna love for a long time. It's beautiful.
Suffocate For Fuck Sake Blazing Fires and Helicopters...
Sun City Girls Torch of the Mystics
Swans Soundtracks for the Blind
Swans The Seer
Well, this album is swimmingly good. By swimmingly I mean holy crap I'm drowning.
Swans Various Failures
'Her' and 'Blind' are easily some of the most beautiful tracks I have ever heard. However, there are so many gems on this that I can't even begin to name them all. To think these are basically "B-sides" and they're still heads and shoulders above what most bands put out at their very best is absolutely insane. Swans are so consistent.
Talk Talk Laughing Stock
Talons' Rustic Bullshit
Pssssh, this is a 5. Sounds of my teenagedom. I forgot all about this album until last night and it is heavily nostalgic.
Ted Nugent Shutup&jam!
This will be a classic, forever immortalized in the caramelized BBQ sauce upon the ribs of American glory.
Ten Kens Ten Kens
Ten Kens For Posterity
Yeah, I know, I rated this twice since my old account bit the dust.rStill a 5. I can't even explain how insanely good this album is. It spans genres.
Ten Kens Namesake
Freaking 2012 album of the year right here. It's like they threw indie styles in a blender and came out with this amazing avant-garde/psychedelic hybrid of stoner indie, post-everything, rock. Seriously, this is genre bending, I have no idea what to call it.rBeautiful.
The Mayan Factor In Lake 'CH
I decided to bump this to a 5. It's pure art.rThe band had such talent, it's a shame the vocalist had to hit the end so soon.rI miss the knowledge of their presence more and more every day.
The Mayan Factor 44
The Waters Deep Here Sunden
Thelonious Monk Underground
This Will Destroy You Tunnel Blanket
Yeah, I haven't heard the entire thing yet... but from what I've heard, it's the perfect mix between crushing post-rock and top-notch ambient music. This will be phenomenal.
Trist (GER) Hin-Fort
True Widow As High As The Highest Heavens And From The Center
Warning Watching from a Distance
William Hung Hung For The Holidays
Wovenhand Blush Music
I love this. I love this way too much.
Wovenhand The Threshing Floor
Yezda Urfa Boris

4.5 superb
'68 Two Parts Viper
(The) Slowest Runner (In All The World) We, Burning Giraffes
*shels Plains Of The Purple Buffalo
Got this today.rIt's so gorgeous, miles above Sea of the Dying Dhow. Oh man, I'm definitely going to review this or something once I listen to it more, Sputnik needs to hop on this thing.rI know I'm going to love this for a long, long, time.
1099 1099
Where nearly all post-rock has become stagnant and reliant on the same, tried and true, formula- 1099 stands apart in a beautiful way. This is post-rock with restraint. Yet, in their restraint, they prove to be crushingly beautiful and beautifully heavy all at the same time.rI can see this becoming a 5, in time. It's just right.
35007 Phase V
A Burning Water We Can See The Sky From Here
A Whisper in the Noise Dry Land
All the Empires of the World Return
I'll probably bump this to a 5, just because I love the music these guys make so bloody much. However, I haven't given it long enough to sink in, yet, so I can't. It's good, so good. I'm so glad they're back. There's a drum machine hanging around this time, and most of the songs are over 10 minutes in length.
All the Empires of the World Old Gods, Old Worlds, Old Wounds
As others have said, not as bombastic as 'Return'. However, this is still bloody awesome. Muted vocals undermine epic riffing in "St. Peter" and "The Lion", what sound like chanting is also present on said tracks. Within the remaining tracks one can see the band returning to their more instrumental side that has suited them so well from album to album. Drone and ambient elements also show their faces now and again. A surprising release that is among the best 2012 has had to offer so far. Check it out.
Amenra Mass VI
I'll probably bump this to a 5.
Anberlin Cities
And So I Watch You From Afar And So I Watch You From Afar
Audiocaeneat! Red Sessions
Autistic Daughters Uneasy Flowers
This is really cool. I mean, it's really, really, cool. Gorgeous soundscapes are crafted under the soft breath of the vocalist. Chaotic instrumentation swirls around in the background like a hurricane all throughout the album. It's never too chaotic though.
Barn Owl Bridge To The Clouds
This is so beautiful... I just wish it were longer. But man, it's a perfect combination of drone and folk, it's really one of a kind.
Ben Frost A U R O R A
Black Sea Somethings Cannot Be Mirrored
Hello Isis replacement.rI hadn't listened to this in a good five months. Just started listening to it again, and it's pretty great.
Brand New Fight Off Your Demons (The Demos)
Braveyoung We Are Lonely Animals
BRNS Patine
This is one of the best things I've heard all year. Wonderfully inventive, and an improvement upon WOUNDS in every way.
Brother/Ghost Black Ice
Celer Engaged Touches
Cliff Dweller Ghosts of the Dust Bowl
Like a mixture between Hungry Ghosts and Balmorhea, this release is a dark journey through the Southwest US. I love it, it's beautiful and haunting.
Colour Revolt Plunder, Beg, and Curse
Colour Revolt The Cradle
Crimson Mourn Bring Your Desires Here
This is absolutely brilliant. Moments of post-rock and ambient mixed with the occasional electronic/indie influence, some poppy riffs thrown in and dripping with tantalizing segments of black metal. This is not to be missed at all. One of the best albums of the year. It spans genres.
CSTVT Summer Fences
Daughters Daughters
Daughters Hell Songs
Dawnbringer Nucleus
Holy crap. That's all I can say. It's good. Yeah.
Day Without Dawn Understanding Consequences
Some Russian dude just showed this to me. I am quite impressed, that's for sure.
Dead Can Dance Into the Labyrinth
Dead Confederate Wrecking Ball
Death Grips The Powers That B
Earth Earth 2: Special Low Frequency Version
Esmerine La Lechuza
Fair to Midland Arrows and Anchors
Fire! Orchestra Exit!
Forever Losing Sleep I Lost Myself Again
This is beyond good. It's always good to hear some unique post-hardcore. These guys sound like a mix between Pianos Become the Teeth and Citycop. in a weird but perfect way.
From Indian Lakes Able Bodies
Fuck, I'm a Ghost Fuck, I'm a Ghost
This is really good.rSeriously, it is extremely good, very, very good.rWithout a doubt, it is fantastic.rThe vocals, instrumentation, everything, just fantastic.
Giles Corey Giles Corey
Godspeed You! Black Emperor Yanqui U.X.O.
Grouper Dragging a Dead Deer Up a Hill
Handwrist All flesh is grass...
This is one of the greatest releases of 2012. The artist combines often heavy post-rock sections with very harsh vocals, reminiscent of black metal. The lyrics are very well thought out, and actually pull references from the Hebrew Bible, which I find interesting due to the nature of the music. He does all of this while remaining original, nothing is contrived, and not a single thing is out of place. Truly phenomenal songwriting and performance. It is incredible that this came from one man.rThe best album I have heard all year.
Heptagram Lucidity
Horseback The Invisible Mountain
Horseback The Gorgon Tongue
Awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww freaking yeahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.
I Create Complete Medley
I Would Set Myself On Fire For You Believes In Patterns
In The Wake Of Giants Forever
Holy crap... This is so heavy hitting. I mean, wow.
Indian Summer Science 1994
Always been a favorite of mine. Shame it's been somewhat forgotten...
Irreversible Light
Irreversible Sins
Irreversible Ashes
I love that they're back. Oh man, they are back so hard.
Jakob Solace
Jasper (TX-USA) An Index of Failure
Jenny Hval Viscera
Jizue Novel
This is pretty darn rad. It's gonna grow on me throughout the year. Very unique.
Joanna Newsom Have One on Me
johnny_ripper Still Images & Other Dreams
I'll probably bump this to a 5. Best thing I've heard in awhile- it's so uplifting and relaxing. It's certainly very unique, as well, and has a nice flow.
Junius The Martyrdom of a Catastrophist
Juvenile Baroque Slaughterhouse Gall and Wormwood
Absolutely eclectic in every way. This is, without a doubt, an unorthodox release. Despite this, JBS manages to maintain a very high quality of music, one that is rarely found amongst obscure instrumental bands. Post-metal, prog, and post-rock at its finest. Hey, even some electronic moments are found upon this album.
Kayo Dot Coffins on Io
Labradford Mi Media Naranja
Lantlos Melting Sun
This roolz
Laura Twelve Hundred Times
This may grow to a 5 for me. Laura have taken a more ambient approach to their post-rock methods. Vocals are extremely present upon this release, they're good vocals at that. Definitely one of the top releases of the year in my opinion. They surprised me with this release, I had no idea it would come out today.
Les Rallizes Denudes Mizutani
Les Rallizes Denudes Cable Hogue Soundtrack
Listener Wooden Heart
Listener Not Waving, Drowning
Little Kid Logic Songs
It's simple, lo-fi, quiet, and the last thing you'd expect to be powerful. Conceptually, it's too simple to be brilliant. However, it is brilliant- through its execution, its honesty, and its depth. Rarely have any lyrics struck chords with me as heavily this man's lyrics have.
Locktender Kafka
Low Roar Low Roar
LSD and the Search for God LSD and the Search for God
This album is rad. I don't use the word rad. But this is rad. It's cool enough to warrant a word that I never use.
Mamaleek Kurdaitcha
Manchester Orchestra Mean Everything to Nothing
Martin Grech Open Heart Zoo
This is nearly perfect, I'll probably bump it to a 5. I'm so glad I have a physical copy of this now. Hopefully I can share its brilliance with some friends.
Mason Proper Olly Oxen Free
This is so nostalgic to me. It is literally all I listened to years ago when I was a freshman. It is incredible. Fog is just one of those incredible songs.
Master Musicians of Bukkake Totem Three
Meanwhile, Back in Communist Russia Indian Ink
mewithoutYou Pale Horses
I dig this.
Moon Ate The Dark Moon Ate The Dark
Morningwar The Front Room EP
My Beloved Force Feeding Love
This is one of those albums that makes me realize that modern post-rock isn't completely dead. It is absolutely phenomenal.
Naam Naam
This is so bloody tasty. I mean seriously, it's just amazing. The riffs and the vocals, ahhh they're stoner metal perfection.
Natural Snow Buildings Waves of the Random Sea
Nature and Organisation Beauty Reaps the Blood of Solitude
Nemean Lion Cast of the Moon
Imagine if a post-rock band took out the all too predictable crescendos. Well, if a post-rock band did that, you'd get Nemean Lion. Soothing post-rock with a blend of ambiance.
Nihilists Hold Onto Life With Tooth and Claw
I know I'll bump this to a 5 eventually, just needs time. The bunch of guys behind ATEOTW are bloody talented, let me just say that. A side project of some of the guys in the aforementioned post-metal/sludge act. Just like Score One For Safety, it retains the power of ATEOTW while remaining vastly varied, different, and unique.rHuge AOTY contender here. I just wish it were longer.
O'Brother The Death of Day
O'Death Head Home
Okkoto Childhood/Brotherhood
Our Ceasing Voice Steadied Stars In The Morphium Sky
Oxbow An Evil Heat
This is seriously, utterly top-notch.rProgressive at it's finest.
Pet Slimmers of The Year ...And The Sky Fell
Upon listening to the first few seconds of this, I knew I was in for something great. As the album came to a close, I was blown away. Simply put, it's crushing beauty. From the shredding guitars in "...And The Sky Fell" to the beautiful, quiet vocals of "I Am The Ocean" every moment is incredible.
Piano Magic Life Has Not Finished With Me Yet
I haven't heard this yet. But, I'm rating it highly in knowing that it's certainly not a 1. Gotta counter that rating somehow.
Piano Magic Ovations
Pile Magic Isn't Real
Preoccupations Viet Cong
Preoccupations Preoccupations
How can you give this album a 3 if there's only been one track released as of yet? Their new
single is awesome anyway.

It was worthy of my original rating. Memory is a phenomenal track. My only complaint is that I
want the album to be a little longer.
Protomartyr Relatives In Descent
Pyramids Pyramids
Rachel's Handwriting
Radius System Escape/Restart
Radius System Architects Of Yesterday
Me gusta.rMucho.rThis is some tasty stuff.rSome of the riffs on here are just fantastic, especially in 'Feed Feed Connect'.
Rome Die Æsthetik der Herrschaftsfreiheit
Rome Flowers From Exile
Rooftop Access Reals and Dreamity
Rosetta A Determinism of Morality
Rosetta The Galilean Satellites
Rosetta Wake/Lift
Ruins Mandala 2000
Saaad Raincoats
Saltland I Thought It Was Us But It Was All Of Us
Score One For Safety Castles
Seabuckthorn In Nightfall
Sed Non Satiata Sed Non Satiata
Sorne Ego Altar
Souvenir's Young America The Name of the Snake
Street Sects End Position
SubRosa No Help for the Mighty Ones
This is gorgeous. I have a feeling it's going to grow on me a lot.rIt's absolutely massive, and I love it.
Svarte Greiner Knive
Syven Aikaintaite
This album makes me feel like a viking hunting down a madman in the forest, I get attacked by rabid wolves along the way, fight them off, kill the madman, and then light a campfire on the top of a snow-covered peak at sunset.
Tad Piecka Stars Are Stars and Yours Are Yours
Maybe I'm a bit daft to rate this so highly since all that it consists of is the Beware of Safety bassist and a lone guitar. Everything is done on the spot, no overdubbing or anything, which is amazing considering how complex the arrangements are. Some sections the man drums his guitar and strums complex patterns at the same time. He has an immense amount of talent.
The Body All The Waters Of The Earth Turn To...
The Fun Years God Was Like, No
I really like this. It's so sublime. It's just soothing, smooth, and perfectly crafted.
The Haxan Cloak Excavation
The Saddest Landscape You Will Not Survive
The Six Parts Seven Casually Smashed to Pieces
The Weak Men Weak Men DOG
This Will Destroy You Another Language
This is perfect and I'm in love.rWill probably bump to a 5 if it stands the test of time like Tunnel Blanket did.
Tiago Benzinho Roses of Time I
Beautiful... Just absolutely beautiful on every single level. It makes me dream of canyons and ravines, slow falling waterfalls and angry forest fires. Sleeping Classical influences and lush, burning, ambient swells fill this thing to the brim. One of my favorite 2012 releases thus far.
Tim Hecker Virgins
Ulver Shadows of the Sun
Vali Forlatt
Vaura The Missing
I love Selenelion or however you spell it. rI'm so glad they upped the production a bit more on this release, that was the only drawback of their debut in my opinion. This thing is solid.
Walmart Associate Choir Eyes of a Child
The album art on this reminds me tremendously of the cover art on "Soundtracks for the Blind" by Swans.
Wax On Radio Exposition
We Are Sheep Among Wolves Navaja/Massacre
Basically, it's a whole minimalistic post-rock album with vocal samples about massacres, one about Christianity, and another that is in a foreign language.rReally weird man, but pretty dang good.
Wovenhand The Laughing Stalk
Wovenhand Refractory Obdurate
This makes me moist. This will likely be an AOTY contender. DEE and company are geniuses.
Wreck and Reference Black Cassette
Wreck and Reference Want

4.0 excellent
*shels Laurentian's Atoll
35007 Liquid
Alberich NATO-Uniformen
This is like a monster of noise placed in the pit of a Cold War.
All the Empires of the World Sunscraper
This is so, so, solid. Extremely unique, and a slight departure from their previous albums. It still retains that really nice post-metal/black metal vibe they've had as of late. But man, there's some spoken word on this, a folk track, a Spaghetti Western feel on another track... I mean this has some really intriguing stuff. Definitely worth a go, and a very solid start to 2014.r
All the Empires of the World CVRSVS
The little interlude present in the second track is just about one of the best things I've heard in a long while.
Austyn Sullivan The Expanding Art of Sorrows
Barn Owl Lost in the Glare
Barn Owl are one of my favorite acts, simply because they combine folk and drone. It's such
a soothing and unique output.rImagine if Master Musicians of Bukkake had children with
Earth. Yeah, Barn Owl would bear its little head, and the doctors would place it in one of
those plastic boxes for a fortnight. The child would then grow to be the Paul Bunyon of the
drone scene- hanging out in the mountains, chill, and massive.rYeah, that alliteration
didn't work. Whatever.
Barn Owl V
Barnswallow Twos
Birds in Row You, Me, and the Violence
Birds Of Passage Without The World
For someone who does not like female vocals at all (me.) I find this album to be brilliant. It's so minimalistic and soul crushing. Definitely worth a listen if you like ambient, drone, post-rock, or anything along those lines. Think of it as a more minimalistic Grouper... which is hard to imagine.
Brand New Your Favorite Weapon
Brand New Daisy
Bull Of Heaven 013: Elsa, Are You In There?
I can't figure out how to upload Bull of Heaven's stuff. They're one of my favorite drone/ambient bands. However, they just release massive tracks one at a time. They have yet to release a single album. So, I'll probably just upload the tracks I feel like uploading one at a time (since they range from 13 minutes to 50,000 hours long.), and can account for their own individual albums/EPs.
Bull Of Heaven 056: Return of Ghost Sheriff
Citizens Of The Empire Citizens Of The Empire
Clann Zu Black Coats and Bandages
Clouds Collide Until the Wind Stops Blowing
Coldplay Parachutes
Their best album. 'Nuff said.
Comadre Burn Your Bones
Daughter If You Leave
Deadhorse We Can Create Our Own World
Delta Sleep Management
Ef Ceremonies
Eleventh He Reaches London Hollow Be My Name
Eyedea and Abilities By the Throat
Flying Saucer Attack Flying Saucer Attack
Four Tet Rounds
Frustrator Anther
Gates Bloom and Breathe
Ghinzu Blow
So, yeah.rHow does this not have a review yet? It's really good. I'd think it would have a review since it's fairly well known.
Gifts From Enola From Fathoms
Grouper The Man Who Died in His Boat
Man, these don't even feel like freaking B-sides. So good r
Guadalupe Plata Guadalupe Plata (2011)
Yeah, not a 5, its uniqueness wore off. But it is still fantastic.
Well, this is pretty darned fantastic. It's good post-rock, but has enough of a spin on it, including great vocals/lyrics that sets it apart just enough as to prevent another clone release. Unique, and nice. Think Laura mixed with God is an Astronaut and Russian Circles. It may grow on me further as time goes on.
Have a Nice Life Time of Land
Horseback Piedmont Apocrypha
I'll probably bump this after a few more listens. I can feel it becoming one of my top albums of this year, potentially.
In The Wake Of Giants The Joy, The Sorrow
This album is really unorthodox. Somehow, I find it so passionate though, which I love. Don't judge me.
Indian Jewelry Free Gold!
From what I've heard of it so far, it's pretty cool.
Irreversible Irreversible
I'll miss these guys, they're always so solid... but I do recall that they claimed to have broken up after "Lights" was released and then they came back for a good few years. So you never know.
John Lithgoat Who Gives a Fuck Nowhere
Normally not my style of music at all. But it's really good stuff. Some pretty hard hitting punk/hardcore/what have you. I'm impressed. Reminds me of some of the earlier emo/hardcore acts like Indian Summer.
johnny_ripper Still Images & Other Dreams
Juna Heteroglossia
This is some fantastic post-hardcore.
June of 44 Engine Takes to the Water
Koen Holtkamp Field Rituals
Magna Mater Rimor
Man Watching the Stars Qoheleth
Real nice improvised violin/ambient. Very subdued, and restrained, but also interesting enough to remain captivating. Me gusta.
MinionTV MinionTV
Mit'an Bli Imut Ein Hitkadmut
Punch in the face hardcore from Israel. Hebrew can sound really angry if used correctly.rFemale/male vocal switch offs, pulsing guitars, throbbing bass, and the fast paced drums. Pretty good stuff.
Mooncake More Oxygen, I Said... [EP]
Mount Eerie Clear Moon
I am typing this so that I can reach the 50 character minimum
My Brother, The Vulture Now's Your Chance
Pretty cool stuff. Awesome debut EP from a little known band. Shows great promise, let's hope the stuff that'll follow this will be of the same quality, if not better.
Nature and Organisation A Dozen Summers Against the World
Old Gray An Autobiography
Our Ceasing Voice When the Headline Hit Home
Our Fair City A Most Clever Disaster
Indeed.rThis.rIs.rQuite.rGood.rExtra characters for character limit.
Paavoharju Laulu Laakson Kukista
Pygmy Lush Bitter River
Saltillo Monocyte
Pretty cool stuff. The drums can be a little too obviously techno at times... which I'm not entirely fond of. Despite this, it is still a fantastically solid release, and well worth the listen.
Samla Mammas Manna Maltid
Lol, this is so cool.rYeah, that's right.rI said it was cool.rRight now,rI am trying to fulfill the 50 character minimum.rSo,rThis is a beautiful poem.rPoem.rSo, em.rMem,rThat's not a word.
Silent Land Time Machine &Hope Still
This is such an odd mixture of sounds, but boy do I love it. I have a feeling it's going to grow on me immensely.
Siskiyou Siskiyou
Sithu Aye Isles
Slint Tweez
subtractiveLAD No Man's Land
Sun of Nothing The Guilt Of Feeling Alive
Suuns Zeroes QC
Talk Talk Missing Pieces
Talons' Songs For Babes
Tesa Heartbeatsfromthesky
Superb post-metal... Purely instrumental, save for the occasional scream. It is not that common when there are vocals however. One of my favorite, mostly instrumental, post-metal albums. Nekad, their 2007 release which was previous to this one, is better though.
The Body Christs, Redeemers
The Saddest Landscape Darkness Forgives
The Tumbled Sea melody/summer
This Will Destroy You Young Mountain
Tommy The Warden Carbonated Lungs and Kerosene Tongues
Twine Violets
Vaura Selenelion
I dunno why this doesn't have more 4's and what not... It is really unique on all fronts. It takes some getting used to, but is gorgeous once you get there.
Virgin White Virgin White-EP
Very nice stuff. Borderline post-hardcore, but mainly alternative rock.
We Made God It's Getting Colder
Pretty sweet stuff.rNow I'm just adding in words so this sound off meets the minimum character requirements.
Wife Stoic
Wovenhand Star Treatment
David Edwards never disappoints. I'm definitely missing his old folk habits, though. Here's to hoping that he really strips back on the next release.
Wreck and Reference No Youth
You Slut! Critical Meat

3.5 great
Beck Mellow Gold
Brand New Deja Entendu
BRNS Wounded
Efrim Manuel Menuck Plays "High Gospel"
Certainly not GY!BE or ASMZ here. Nonetheless, it's a refreshing and relaxed listen produced by an undoubtedly talented musician.
Japanese Breakfast Psychopomp
Land Of Kush Against The Day
Pretty cool stuff right here. Solid jazz-esque music, chock full of fantastic vocals.
Little Green Cars Absolute Zero
The John Wayne rules. I don't know about the rest of the album though. But that song alone is worth a 3.5 at least.
Wreck and Reference Indifferent Rivers Romance End

3.0 good
Anathallo Canopy Glow
I can't tell if I like this much. I've listened to it for a good while now, never purchased it, but simply heard it on sites such as Youtube and other places... I still can't tell if I like it or hate it.
Dead Confederate Sugar
I wish they went a little grittier still. I loved Wrecking Ball, oh it is a glorious album. This is still good, but not quite as emotionally stirring.
Explosions in the Sky Take Care, Take Care, Take Care
Guys, this is great.rYou people don't know what you're talking about, giving it 2's and crap lol.
Giles Corey Hinterkaifeck
As much as I want to like this, I feel pretty meh about it. There ain't no "No One Is Ever
Going to Want Me" on this album, that's for sure.
Have a Nice Life The Unnatural World
The World Is a Beautiful Place... Between Bodies

2.5 average
Coldplay Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends
Lights Out Dancing Oh The Places You'll Go
I bought this at Goodwill on a whim because it's only 5 tracks and I assumed it was post-rock or something like that for such a reason. Sadly, it's not very good...
Manchester Orchestra Cope
Michael Cera True That
Eh, I've heard lo-fi done way better. It's fine and all, not atrocious... but it just kind of feels like he screwed around with some instruments for the lulz. Ruth is pretty freaking cool though. Wish there was more of that. But the album cover is class 2.5/2.32
Moving Mountains Waves
Red Sparowes The Fear Is Excruciating, But Therein...
Sorne House of Stone: Death I
The World Is a Beautiful Place... Always Foreign
Definitely a let down. It's a bummer. There's a few good tracks on here but it's not even close to some of their earlier work. It's just pretty underwhelming tbh.

2.0 poor
Coldplay Every Teardrop Is a Waterfall
Complete Freedom Earth Is Dust
I want to like this. But I can't... the rhythm just feels so forced... definitely something to work on the next time around.

1.5 very poor
Asking Alexandria Reckless and Relentless
Chiodos Devil
Poopy poopy poopy poo. rLike, for real.
Shone Heat Thing
Skillet Awake
The Killers Wonderful Wonderful

1.0 awful
Alice Cooper Welcome 2 My Nightmare
AWOLNATION Megalithic Symphony
I just think it's annoying... That's all, really. I want to see the tanktard, or whatever that American Apparel thing was.
Beyonce 4
Bullet For My Valentine Temper Temper
Coldplay A Head Full of Dreams
Deuce Nine Lives
Hollywood Undead American Tragedy
This is gross. It's like an old, moldy, toupee that some balding hipster found in his basement and put on trying to look cool again. Sorry man, but only fedoras can cover that hipster baldness.
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