Note: My music reviews will always be “late.” It is my belief that albums should be listened to in different moods, settings, and after extended breaks, all while conditioning yourself to accept what you were given as opposed to what you wanted. Only then can you give a legitimate and honest critique of the material.
Oh, the infamous Lady Gaga. I’ll admit, I’m a little surprised myself. If you would have told me six years ago that I would eventually find myself writing a review for a Lady Gaga record, I would have laughed in your face, and yet here we are. Why the change of heart? Well, that would probably come from the changes both Gaga and I have made over the years. I’ve become more willing to try new things and she’s, apparently, gained a willingness to abandon the triumphant Pop sound that originally put her on the road towards fame and popularity. Continue reading
With the end of the month just around the corner, I knew it was about that time for Theory Hazit to release yet another beat tape, and the man didn’t disappoint. Continue reading
Out of nowhere, Jeff Rosentock and SKASUCKS have released a split 7″. Continue reading
Now that Altars has been out in the wild for a couple of months, Sadistik has released the second set of visuals for his fourth solo album. Continue reading
As OnlyOne and Smoke M2D6 continue working on their album together, the Sandpeople representative has chosen to release his second single of the year, “Name Game.” Continue reading
After “[crawling] out of a sarlacc pit of depression,” IG88 has returned to bless our ears with some more of his incredible music. Continue reading
It’s been a long time coming, but Ambient Pop collective Cigarettes After Sex have finally released their debut, self-titled album. Continue reading