Album Reviews

Ghost Wounds - Slow Apocalypse

There’s something fascinating about things falling apart, even if you happen to be in their near proximity as they start to take a tumble. Call it the “deer in the headlights” effect. Blame it on being totally mesmerized. Or, simply, if you must, say that it’s a…
8.0
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Blanker and Dream Pony Reviewed

Blanker – Hives You may always feel like your life is lacking something. That kind of anxiety is natural, the experts assure us. And, most likely, that kind of fear is enough to drive us toward our goals. In fact, if anything, it’s best to think as little as…
7.8
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Breezy the band and Parallel Reviewed

Breezy the band – Telemaster If you live in a smallish city or in one that is reduced to being a cultural wasteland, you should look after some artists, as they were albino tigers. Make sure that they are careful crossing the road, careful with what they eat, and…
8.3
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Mayflower Madame and closebye Reviewed

Mayflower Madame – Paint It All in Blue Music is a great way to focus on things and pinpoint problems. It doesn’t even matter when the things being put into focus are terrible, saddening, or grotesque. In fact, it helps. Life happens to be much less predictable…
7.5
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I don't speak french and Fast Money Music Reviewed

I don’t speak french – I’m On The Internet The history of pop music can really be divided into two phases – Earthy and artificial. If you’ve missed one of them, don’t worry. Just wait long enough, and it will come back. The hippies…
8.0
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Long Distances and Nicole Marxen Reviewed

Long Distances – Lovesong for an Apocalypse Can you imagine how much work must go into fashioning a world-class athlete? Think about all of the hours of training, visualization, and mental strengthening. And is that not just something that the athlete has to do?
8.0
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Sunset & Plankton and King Whisker Reviewed

Sunset & Plankton – Smoked Eyes New blood is vital for every music genre’s survival. Art movements are just like vampires. They must constantly be stimulated by youthful bodies willing to give themselves. In this case, it is a cause for which hopeful artists…
8.5
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Jess Hess and Isolation Reviewed

Jess Hess – She-Ra Similar artists: Wet Leg, Olivia Rodrigo, Nirvana, Hole Genre: Post-Punk, Garage Rock, Alternative Rock What’s your cause? Everyone in the Western world has a social media account, and cause that they trumpet from the security of their…