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[ALBUM REVIEW] Modestep - London Road

Modestep are one of a few, a ‘dubstep band’ with real live instruments. I use quotation marks because they’re more than about just dubstep, they bleed into surrounding genres such as drum and bass, rock and electronica. 325 more words

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Repeat of the week: Vaadam Charigim - Sinking As A Stone

The repeat of the week is Vaadat Charigim​’s second album “Sinking As A Stone” – the perfect balance between luminous shoegaze, washed-out dreampop and the sweet gloom of melancholy. 189 more words

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Touchdown 2 Cause Hell Review

“I sit in the dark, it’s so quiet I hear my heart beating; Two times faster than it did ‘fore I was captured; I dreaming that I was free, I wake up like “God Damn”; Sometimes I stare in the mirror and don’t know who I am.”

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Album Review; Worlds by Porter Robinson

The world of electronic music has been very heavily saturated and “washed out”, so to speak, over the past decade. While this is bound to happen for every genre, there are always the pioneers that lead the scene to a new beginning and away from the norm. 478 more words

To Pimp a Butterfly Review

Since Kendrick Lamar’s Compton-based come-up, he’s been seen as one of hip-hop’s brightest young MC’s- mixing a street smart grit with a level of self awareness and introspective lyricism. 605 more words


What For? Review

Toro y Moi’s What For? attempts to fuse chillwave with psychedelic rock but misses the mark, often feeling like a Coachella-inspired parody in the process. Toro y Moi is best known for his relaxing sound mixed with indie production, but on this latest record the rock influences are clearly visible. 209 more words