Album Review: Knxwledge – 1988

Album Review: Knxwledge – 1988

New Jersey born lofi producer Knxwledge released his newest project, 1988, late this past March. From the first track, the Philadelphia transplant sets the tone of the album with his soulful R&B remixes and samples. Each track flows perfectly into the next,...
Too Bright- Perfume Genius

Too Bright- Perfume Genius

10/10 Too Bright is beautiful and gay, and I love it. Perfume Genius balances dreamy and ethereal musical composition with poetic lyrics. The album works very well as a cohesive unit and many of the songs are also strong. Mike Hadreas is the artist behind Perfume...
Every Open Eye – Chvrches review

Every Open Eye – Chvrches review

Man, do Chvrches love 80’s music or do they Love 80’s music? Their debut album (The Bones of What You Believe) was the best album O.M.D. never released, but their sophomore effort Every Open Eye takes that to the next logical step. This album feels like a Greatest...
Hopsin “Pound Syndrome” review

Hopsin “Pound Syndrome” review

  Hopsin is an insane artist who is known for performing songs such as Sag My Pants, Ill Mind of Hopsin 5, and Rip Your Heart Out. In his 2013 album, Knock Madness, Hopsin made his devout fans believe that he was leaving the music industry through various lyrics...
Savage Hills Ballroom by Youth Lagoon

Savage Hills Ballroom by Youth Lagoon

Homegrown artist Youth Lagoon, the stage name of Trevor Powers, started making electronic ambient music at the age of 17 in his basement. His debut album, The Year of Hibernation, was focused on minimalist ambient melodies combined with electronic elements. In his...

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