Round-Up Reviews: May 2019

May’s edition of Round-Up Reviews sees us look at albums from all over the musical scope that were released this month. We have summary reviews of albums from the likes of Logic, Lewis Capaldi, Carly Rae Jepsen, Mac Demarco and much more!
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Was ‘TESTING’ Criminally Underrated?

After several delays, several Mob projects, and several years, A$AP Rocky Finally dropped his third studio album. ‘TESTING’ was a fitting name according to Flacko, who claimed that he was testing new sounds on the album unlike anything he’d released before. But for the years of anticipation, a large portion of Rocky’s audience were left flat. Nearly a year on from the album, is it fair to say that it is criminally underrated? Continue reading “Was ‘TESTING’ Criminally Underrated?”


Kevin Abstract – ARIZONA baby: EP Review

In recent years Brockhampton have become a rap phenomenon. The entire group seem to thrive off creativity and an ability to do things their own way, without tradition. With that being said it should come as no shock that the groups founder, Kevin Absract, has went back to his solo roots and is seemingly releasing a series of mini EP’s; the first of which is ARIZONA baby, released on the 11th of April.

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Billie Eilish – WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?: Album Review

At only 17 years old Billie Eilish has took the music world by storm. Without ever releasing a studio album she gained traction unlike any other, traction that has only continued. Prior to the release of this debut album it had been pre-added on Apple Music over 800,000 times; more than any album ever. We have a real star on our hands that most likely not going to be dimmed, regardless of album quality. Continue reading “Billie Eilish – WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?: Album Review”


Flume – Hi This Is Flume: Mixtape Review

Very rarely can a project sound so scattered and wild while also being so smooth and intertwined, but this isn’t any ordinary producer we are dealing with here. Flume proved on 2016’s Skin that he can craft together a stellar full length piece of work, and on this latest mixtape he has confirmed this status and then some; working wonders on a soundscape tape that flows like one large track. It’s an experimental party meshed into one project. Continue reading “Flume – Hi This Is Flume: Mixtape Review”