Update | August 17th, 2018

The time has come, fellow reader, to hang up the towel. After five years of devoting any free time had to DoD, it's finally time to put it to rest. The reasoning inside.
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Grab Bag | August 15th, 2018

For the seventh installment of Grab Bag, we dabble heavily in dated 80's trends and cliches, all while attempting to understand Reggae and foreign Hip-Hop.
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Hip-Hop Reviews | August 14th, 2018

On his fifth LP, Mac Miller reaches full maturity. No longer a type-casted fraternity rapper, Miller stands at the precipice of his career, looking into his soul for answers.
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Loosies | August 13th, 2018

Another week of excellent diversity, as Kanye releases a ye outtake, Aphex Twin mystically returns, Atmosphere casually return, and Mitski continues her rollout.
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Loosies | August 6th, 2018

Variety is the key to this week's loosies, as the conventional Hip-Hop and R&B competes with ambitious Ambient Drone, Symphonic Rock, and retro-fitted Psychedelic Rock.
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Hip-Hop Reviews | August 2nd, 2018

After a long-delayed build-up of hype, Denzel Curry finally drops his highly-anticipated TA13OO, an album that finds conscious topics melding with Trap bangers.
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Past Greatness | August 1st, 2018

For Past Greatness' 20th installment we visit the punishing world of Machine Girl's debut. Characterized by pulverizing Breakbeat, this flurry encapsulates our morbid future.
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Deep Cuts | July 31st, 2018

For the 15th installment of Deep Cuts we discover an eclectic mix of music, spanning genres such as Jazz, Hip-Hop, Electropop, and trekking Progressive Pop.
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Loosies | July 30th, 2018

Another exciting week of music as a couple mysterious Paul Institute faces emerge at the same time as third-run singles from IDLES, Brockhampton, and Trevor Powers.
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Music Reviews | July 27th, 2018

On their second collaboration album, and Segall's second of 2018, Ty Segall and White Fence further mingle their blend of Psychedelic and Garage Rock with mixed results.
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Loosies | July 23rd, 2018

The second half of 2018 gears up as Chance The Rapper drops a collection of tracks, Azealia Banks reaffirms her talents, and Animal Collective arrives in tranquility.
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Hip-Hop Reviews | July 18th, 2018

As controversy continues to surround Drake, the megastar's stature continues to grow. With Scorpion, a new handful of chart-topping hits quell with redundant duds.
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Grab Bag | July 17th, 2018

For the sixth installment of Grab Bag, numerous 2000's Indie tracks compete against the Blues, Soul, Rock, and Big Band of yore, dating all the way back to the 1930's.
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Loosies | July 16th, 2018

After a month or so of unremarkable weeks, Hip-Hop gathers its second wind for a collection of announcement singles. Wonky, R&B, and Garage Rock round out the prospects.
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Loosies | July 9th, 2018

Another slow summer week marked by the endless stream of Trap, Brockhampton's curious return, and Justin Timberlake's classic Dance Pop.
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Music Reviews | July 6th, 2018

After widespread fan criticism over the human element of Humanz, Damon Albarn swung the pendulum to the other extreme for its tour-ready follow-up The Now Now.
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Loosies | July 2nd, 2018

A wide array of artists represent Loosies this week, including a return to form for an Underground Hip-Hop legend, an Electronic wunderkind, and a conflicting Art Pop squeaker.
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Past Greatness | July 1st, 2018

For the 19th edition of Past Greatness we travel to the not-so distant past for an exalting record examining the struggles of growing up through riotous Indie Rock.
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Deep Cuts | June 30th, 2018

In the 14th installment of Deep Cuts we find a wide variety of genres, dominated by three Hip-Hop's which are each Experimental by nature.
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Hip-Hop Reviews | June 26th, 2018

The definitive Experimental Hip-Hop outfit returns with their strangest assortment of material yet. YOTS incorporates everything they've learned thus far.
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