Music Reviews

Audio: New Releases from Paul Simon & Bob Dylan

Bob Dylan and Paul Simon are two established geniuses of 1960s music who buck the trend of most vintage boomer artists by sticking to a steady release schedule of a new record about every five years. However, they are travelling in completely different directions.

June Audio Roundup: Mitski, Radiohead + More

A must for anyone whose teenage kicks were more of the kicking-yourself variety, June’s Audio Roundup features new releases from Mitski, Radiohead, Star Parks, Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith, Chris Cohen, Car Seat Headrest, James Blake and Jessy Lanza.

Audio Review: Drake – Views

The feeling it gives off is that of a diary written by a man whose day job is rapping, who comes home after a long day’s work, kicks off his shoes, voice activates his mood lighting, pours a glass of wine and considers his life.

 

Album Review: Kanye West – The Life Of Pablo

All noise aside, and there’s a absolute shit-ton of it surrounding the release of this album, The Life Of Pablo is a magnetic, flawed, overlong album that is stuffed to the gills with ideas, most of which play through very quickly, which may or may not be its strength.

 
 
 
 
 
 

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