Hip-Hop Reviews | July 21st, 2017

After struggling to find his identity for years on end, Tyler The Creator finally blossoms into the mature adult we see on Flower Boy. A much needed growth spurt.
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Music Reviews | July 19th, 2017

For Waxahatchee, love's her weapon of choice. On her latest LP, that much is evident, caught between the desire to leave and the mud that keeps her stuck.
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Music Reviews | July 17th, 2017

Japanese Breakfast, in her short stint in the Indie world, has defied norms as much as she has accepted them. Soft Sounds welcomes that division.
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Loosies | July 16th, 2017

Pink dominates this week, from the lunacy of Ariel Pink and Tyler, The Creator, to the gooey Synthpop of Empress Of and Arcade Fire.
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Hip-Hop Reviews | July 13th, 2017

Jealous Machines finds Quazarz, our lead, reacting to Earth's worldly ways, infused along the way, whether Shabazz Palaces wanted to or not.
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Hip-Hop Reviews | July 13th, 2017

For the first of two concept albums, Gangster Star finds our new lead criticizing humanities ways while succumbing to his own, similar devices.
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Hip-Hop Reviews | July 12th, 2017

Much like the album these outtakes come from, The Mountain Has Fallen is a scatterbrained mess of ideas, one's that both feel incomplete and insincere.
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Music Reviews | July 10th, 2017

For their first album in seven years, Broken Social Scene returns from indefinite hiatus to provide musical unity in a time of political and cultural upheaval.
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Loosies | July 9th, 2017

Some much needed downtime between two monumental release week results in a lackluster Loosies that still finds gems amongst the rough.
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Loosies | July 2nd, 2017

After last week's utter disappointment, this week's loosies rectify the problems with a heaping of solid anticipated material from the worlds of Hip-Hop and Indie.
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Past Greatness | July 1st, 2017

The seventh installment of Past Greatness finds us dissecting two cherished records, while honoring one that flew under the radar.
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Deep Cuts | June 30th, 2017

For our second Deep Cuts we revel in Hip-Hop both creative and trendy. An excellent recap for the crazy month of June, music-wise, that we've had.
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Hip-Hop Reviews | June 29th, 2017

In an attempt to be more creatively relevant, Young Thug picks up a guitar. The result is pitiful and a formal showcase of the Trap enigma's lack of talent.
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Hip-Hop Reviews | June 28th, 2017

After Domo's rather subdued debut album last year, Red Corolla reverts to a simpler time, one where late night drives, smoke sessions, and quick-witted chatter ruled.
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Hip-Hop Reviews | June 27th, 2017

With his sophomore release, Vince Staples hits the extreme of the Electro/Hip-Hop crossover, resulting in a boiled array of futuristic, club-ready hits.
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Hip-Hop Reviews | June 26th, 2017

Despite a questionable title aimed at luring in meme-craving fans, Pretty Girls is an supremely sophisticated Trap record, and one that proves the genre still has merits.
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Loosies | June 25th, 2017

If it wasn't evident by the artists shown above, this week's loosies are easily the weakest of the year. A handful of rappers surround a well-respected Alternative Rock band.
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Music Reviews | June 23rd, 2017

With their second album of 2017, King Gizzard finally breaks from their chains, releasing a wild, reckless, spoken word monstrosity that's their best work yet.
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Hip-Hop Reviews | June 21st, 2017

Two years removed from risking it all with curious Indie acts, Big Boi returns to his Atlanta roots for an album that's wrought with Southern cliches.
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Music Reviews | June 18th, 2017

A fairly straightforward weeks of loosies with an eclectic cast of characters. From Hip-Hop jokesters to Indie prophets to whatever Chelsea Wolfe is.
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