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Earl Sweatshirt – Some Rap Songs: Album 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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The 1975 – A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships: Album Review

The story of The 1975 is a story of defying expectations. The Wilmslow quartet- consisting of drummer George Daniel, guitarist Adam Hann, bassist Ross MacDonald and frontman Matty Healy- have been a band for 16 years after meeting in high school, and their road to becoming one of the most important acts of this decade has certainly not been an easy one.

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The Prodigy – No Tourists: Album Review

When you’ve been at the forefront of the British dance/drum & bass scene for as long as The Prodigy have, you can afford to let your hair down and cut loose from time to time. On their latest album No Tourists they do exactly that. So long as you don’t mind a bit of musical carnage and the occasional cringey throwback, this could pleasantly surprise you. It won’t win album of the year awards, it is too much of a gimmick for that; but despite its flaws, it’s pretty damn fun.
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