On Negro Swan, Dev Hynes manages to find solace and utter beauty within sadness and pain. His slick and sexy production along with soothing vocal melodies creates a serene atmosphere over songs that are far darker than they may appear. Continue reading “Blood Orange – Negro Swan: Album Review”
On TA13OO, Denzel Curry cuts a dark and distressing figure; but the result is a multi-concept, well-structured, layered piece of work; and it is absolutely enthralling. Continue reading “Denzel Curry – TA13OO: Album Review”
In all honesty this album was the true definition of alternative rock, everything the genre stood for and should sound like belonged in this album, a collection of songs that many would describe as The Cure’s best; weighing up alongside some of the best work to come out of the 80s.
On Scorpion, Drake proves himself to be the living, breathing example of the “get you a man who can do both” meme; with Side A showing his gang-heavy mandem rap side and Side B working as the perfect antidote for your WCW’s most recent heartbreak. One of these sides hugely outshines the other in terms of quality, and I think you can guess which one that is… Continue reading “Drake – Scorpion: Album Review”
We all know by now that Death Grips aren’t for everyone’s taste but with this their sixth studio album they prove once again why they are one of music’s hottest and most intriguing commodities as well as being one of the most important groups in modern hip-hop. Continue reading “Death Grips – Year of the Snitch: Album Review”