Hip-Hop Reviews | June 19th, 2018

Two decades into his career, Busdriver releases a 23-track, 82-minute monster to mark his 10th LP. The darting expedition covers all of what he's learned thus far.
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Loosies | June 18th, 2018

The return of a spaceman, the unexpected and uneventful release from Pop's preeminent power couple, and a handful of secondary singles to round out the bunch.
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Music Reviews | June 15th, 2018

After a dozen years and two dozen albums, Big Blood take their first steps in the Sci-Fi world. This new landscape expands the longevity of the Maine-based Folk band.
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Hip-Hop Reviews | June 14th, 2018

On their first collaboration as Kids See Ghosts, Kid Cudi and Kanye West tackle their own personal setbacks and ensuing triumphs over an array of Hip-Hop.
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Grab Bag | June 13th, 2018

In the fifth installment of Grab Bag we get our most varied collection yet, encountering our first Hip-Hop, along with Rock, Jazz, Folk, and everything else under the sun.
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Loosies | June 11th, 2018

Groups dominate this week's loosies as Death Grips continue their run, Idles announce a sophomore LP, and Interpol returns with sophisticated Indie Rock.
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Hip-Hop Reviews | June 8th, 2018

After a delirious two-month stretch of outlandish statements, brazen Twitter outbursts, and musical indecisiveness, Kanye West his most rushed and personal release yet.
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Music Reviews | June 7th, 2018

On their third LP, Chvrches no longer hides behind the label Indie. Branching out entirely in deafening Pop waters, Love Is Dead represents their worst effort yet.
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Music Reviews | June 6th, 2018

Separating herself from the grotesque humanity displayed on Blood Bitch, Jenny Hval returns with a moving portrait discussing the aberrations of our dreams.
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Hip-Hop Reviews | June 5th, 2018

Ditching the variations of A$AP in favor of an evaluative label, TESTING finds A$AP Rocky branching out in order to find his new calling amongst Hip-Hop's elite.
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Loosies | June 4th, 2018

The Gorillaz's swift and retracted comeback, Busdriver and Mac Miller's reemergence, along with a slew of secondary singles. This week has it all.
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Past Greatness | June 1st, 2018

For the 18th edition of Past Greatness we travel over half a century back, finding a troubled woman deal with a harmful marriage during the heat of the Civil Rights movement.
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Hip-Hop Reviews | June 1st, 2018

Pusha T's first album in over three years is a brisk run that finds Kanye West reeling in production to match Push's street-savvy tone and playful wordplay.
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Deep Cuts | May 31st, 2018

In the 13th installment of Deep Cuts we find the spectrum of DoD's music taste on full display, toying with the three tallest pillars; Indie, Hip-Hop, and Electronic.
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Loosies | May 28th, 2018

Hip-Hop comes back in force this week, as Drake responds to a half-assed diss, Milo reemerges, Death Grips continue their promo reel, and Denzel Curry criticizes his competitors.
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Loosies | May 21st, 2018

A massive week for loosies, including successful singles from Death Grips, Anderson .Paak, and Mitski, along with the long-awaited returns of Andre 3000 and Chromatics.
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Music Reviews | May 18th, 2018

On her sophomore release, Courtney Barnett tackles the inconsistencies within us all, spending proportionate time analyzing those around her as herself.
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Grab Bag | May 15th, 2018

In Grab Bag's fourth installment we trudge through variations of 80's Rock, embrace the jazzy culture of the 70's, and dabble in various genres here and there.
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Loosies | May 14th, 2018

You know there's an important single to be analyzed when the next evolution of Death Grips is overshadowed by it. That's exactly what Childish Gambino did.
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Music Reviews | May 11th, 2018

After 14 years, seven albums, Beach House continues to extol consistency in a music industry where trends rise and fall. Their latest batch might be their best yet.
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