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Daniel Caesar – CASE STUDY 01: Album Review

On his candid surprise of a sophomore album, Daniel Caesar dives into a deeper world of introspection and understanding than on his last album. CASE STUDY 01 is a generally more squeaky clean and refined listen than Freudian was, opting for more consistency rather than the obvious big hit R&B formula he achieved before.
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Thom Yorke – ANIMA: Album Review

On his third solo album ANIMA, Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke continues to glide through a dystopian universe with the use of glitchy electronics and watertight production. It is a broad spectrum of sound, vivid imagination and a harrowing reality of a society in turmoil; all forming together to create the best solo project of Yorke’s career. Continue reading “Thom Yorke – ANIMA: Album Review”

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Denzel Curry – ZUU: Album Review

Last year Denzel Curry dropped one of the most cutting-edge hip-hop albums of the year in TA13OO; this year he returns with new intentions and new sounds that may not hold the contextual meaning of the predecessor, but that was never the plan. ZUU is all about the hits and Denzel does that better than just about anyone these days.
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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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