On their sixth studio album amo, Bring Me The Horizon venture into sounds they’ve never even considered before; leaving behind metal roots and instead opting for more electronic and experimental sounds. It’s a bold move from a band who seem adamant on being bigger and better, creating their most cohesive and conceptual album to date.
After releasing a pair of tracks last year, as well as a few guest appearances, early 2019 sees the release James Blake’s fourth full length album, Assume Form.
Viberant’s first album review of 2019 comes in the way of chillwave artist Toro y Moi and his 6th studio album titled Outer Peace. Continue reading “Toro y Moi – Outer Peace: Album Review”
At just 17 years old, Ollie Walter has released an EP that sounds far more mature. Based in Leeds, the EP was produced in his bedroom with a mic, guitar, and Logic Pro. The EP shows promise for Walter, who might seriously be a huge breakout act in the coming years, and he can’t even legally drink yet… Continue reading “Ollie Walter – The Glam Tape: EP Review”
On his third studio album Some Rap Songs, Earl Sweatshirt once again shows us all how massive his sleeves are. He manages to wear his deepest, darkest emotional trauma, his most avant-garde influences and his full personality on them; creating a rap album that could well pioneer a new wave of conscious experimental hip-hop.
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