Loosies | November 19th, 2017

Another slow week of loosies as we enter the down period for music releases. Still, variety rises to the top as we get R&B, Trap, Dream Pop, and Bjork this week.
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Review Round-Up | November 17th, 2017

Featuring Yung Lean's return to Scandinavian Hip-Hop, yaeji's second promising House EP, and Sleigh Bells' continually genre-clashing blunderbuss.
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Loosies | November 12th, 2017

An impressively slow week of music releases leading into the slowest time of the year for music. Eminem's return leads the pack, while Kelly Lee Owens teases another treat.
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Review Round-Up | November 10th, 2017

Featuring Fever Ray's psychotic return to Electropop, St. Vincent's emergence as aging Pop star, and YACHT's self-effacing Indietronica.
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Loosies | November 5th, 2017

Hip-Hop comes back with force this week, along with numerous acts that teeter alongside the genre. Glitch Hop, Alternative R&B, and Gorillaz, to name a few.
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Review Round-Up | November 3rd, 2017

Featuring Big K.R.I.T.'s massive double album of conflicting sentiment and Destroyer's first formal invite into the world of chic Synthpop.
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Past Greatness | November 1st, 2017

In our eleventh installment of Past Greatness, we travel back in time, further than we ever have before, to transfix our eyes on the power of The Ronettes.
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Deep Cuts | October 31st, 2017

Happy Halloween! With our sixth installment of Deep Cuts, we become Indie infatuated. Art Pop reigns supreme, with Microhouse and R&B tacked on.
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Loosies | October 29th, 2017

A two-week streak of high-quality singles being dropped. This time around we've got the return of Art Pop activists, another curiosity from Burial, and a collaboration for the ages.
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Review Round-Up | October 27th, 2017

Featuring Courtney Barnett & Kurt Vile's chill Lotta Sea Lice, dvsn's sultry Morning After, Wu-Tang's conventional Saga Continues, and more.
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Loosies | October 22nd, 2017

An excellent week of singles, with some high-profile artists returning to the spotlight with exciting, mood-shifting tracks exceeding my expectations.
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Review Round-Up | October 20th, 2017

Featuring Kelela's lusty Take Me Apart, The Caretaker's ominous Everywhere At The End Of Time, Daphni's hypnotic Joli Mai, and more.
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Announcement | October 16th, 2017

Life brings with it an assortment of obstacles. It also brings with it time as a constant. When those two things collide, compromise and change needs to be made.
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Loosies | October 15th, 2017

A strange assortment of singles this week, traveling all the way from mainstream Pop to middle of the road Indie to underground Hip-Hop.
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Music Reviews | October 13th, 2017

On his sophomore LP, King Krule takes his ambition even further, combining genres on a whim, providing a structure-less background to a confused soul.
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Music Reviews | October 10th, 2017

While his latest album is anything but new, New Energy is certainly anything but bad. Another lush array of soundscapes presented by Microhouse lynchpin Four Tet.
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Loosies | October 8th, 2017

Genre-bending once again this week on Loosies, with everything from Pop to Rock to Indie to an Electronic savant turned Classical attempter.
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Music Reviews | October 6th, 2017

On The Kid, the promising Electronic composer Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith crafts a story of maturation through internal simplicities and external complexities.
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Hip-Hop Reviews | October 3rd, 2017

For a quick, seven-track EP, Drive It Like It's Stolen works as a summation of Injury Reserve's all-inclusive style. However, it's nothing new for longtime fans.
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Past Greatness | October 2nd, 2017

The tenth installment of Past Greatness finds us reducing our output, focusing singularly on an epic early 80's analyzation of capitalistic America.
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