The word “important” is thrown around so frivolously in recent times, that to use it in relation to this album almost feels like doing it a disservice. But this album is so poignant and necessary that I feel like I need to tell everyone to listen.
2015 would be an important year in the timeline of Odd Future. Tyler would release his third studio album titled Cherry Bomb. The release was met with some quite mixed reviews, some praising the album for it’s diversity while some critiqued it’s overall layout, where do we stand on the album three years on? Continue reading “Classic Album Review: Tyler, the Creator – Cherry Bomb”
Death Grips’ third studio album and fourth project was an absolute mess, but in the best kind of way. They took off any remaining shackles they may have had and did exactly what they wanted to do, even if that meant it wasn’t going to be for everyone. Continue reading “Classic Album Review: Death Grips – Government Plates”
Post Malone is a man with obvious talents, it is just a crying shame that he fails to demonstrate all of them on his second album ‘Beerbongs & Bentleys’ which is an hour long barrage of “meh” with the occasional flash of promise.
This feels like a new start for MGMT, they’ve gone back to the drawing board and honed in on their skills to craft a cohesive synth-pop album; returning to form with a huge bang.