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Bon Iver – i,i: Album Review

Bon Iver’s fourth album i,i is a whirlwind 39 minutes of eccentric production and deeply personal songwriting. Justin Vernon has appeared to truly master the art of subtle artistry, confirming his status as a modern gem of the music industry and further bulking his legacy with a candid victory lap of an album. Continue reading “Bon Iver – i,i: Album Review”

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Ranking Queens Of The Stone Age’s Albums

Queens of the Stone Age: one of the most consistent and essential rock bands of the last thirty years. The innovation and god-like swagger of frontman and founder Josh Homme makes them an unmistakable outfit, not to mention the multiple classic albums they have under their belt. Now over twenty years into their careers as a band, how do their albums rank alongside each other? Here are Queens of the Stone Age’s albums ranked from worst to best:
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Top 40 Foals Songs

Oxford’s finest, Foals are one of Britain’s most consistently impressive bands of our generation; an act that can unite people years and years apart in age. Ever since the band’s math rock beginnings of Antidotes in 2008, right through the dreamwave atmospheres of Total Life Forever in 2010, past the stadium rock styles of Holy Fire in 2013, the gritty Rockstar aesthetic of What Went Down in 2015, all the way up to the prog-rock podiums of Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost in 2019; Foals have remained a truly unmissable music act. Here are their top 40 songs according to us: Continue reading “Top 40 Foals Songs”

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Round-Up Reviews: July 2019

In this month’s edition of Round-Up Reviews we look at some of the July 2019 releases that I didn’t get around to writing full reviews for. There’s albums from big names here, including Blood Orange, Iggy Azalea, Nas, the Dreamville record label (J. Cole, JID etc) and more! Continue reading “Round-Up Reviews: July 2019”

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Chance The Rapper – The Big Day: Album Review

Someone needs to tell Chance The Rapper that throwing eight hundred genres together onto one album doesn’t work. Chance was once one of hip-hop’s shining stars, a Kanye protégé with greatness beckoning, but this guy fell off quicker than Felix Baumgartner; creating one of the most disappointing rap albums of the decade. Continue reading “Chance The Rapper – The Big Day: Album Review”