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If you’re new to this series, be warned that my musical taste is all over the map, and many of the albums you’ll see here will not be covered by mainstream media. 635 more words

Album Review: Gowe - Music Beautiful

by Carlin Doyle

Before you read this review, it’s probably best that I note a few things.

One, I’m new to Gowe’s music and not familiar with his alternative, experimental sound. 903 more words


Shlohmo - Dark Red (Album Review)

I recently wrote a review for the new album ‘Dark Red’ from the brilliant producer Shlohmo over at HitTheFloor.com. Go and check it out to see what I thought of it. 10 more words


Flying Lotus: You're Dead! (Warp Records ) | Album Review

Flying Lotus: You’re Dead! (Warp Records ) | Album Review

by Erik Otis

Ascension music in any genre or mode is a type of pathway in sound that is most needed in this age, traversed into a sea of textural bliss and rhythmic oneness that hits the soul on contact and elevates all other senses to another level. 1,970 more words


ALBUM REVIEW: Foo Fighters - 'Sonic Highways'

I recently reviewed Foo Fighters’ newest album ‘Sonic Highways’.

Check it out on www.readsomethingelse.com HERE!


Chaos and the Calm and then some...

If ever a title has done more justice to an album, it is now. James Bay’s haunting voice echoes in my head while I write this one. 285 more words


Sufjan Stevens – Carrie & Lowell

Released: March 31, 2015
Genre: Indie folk
Rating: 88/100

I would like the preface this review by mentioning that this is my first time listening to Sufjan Stevens’ music (with the exception of one or two songs here and there), so I am unable to put this album into context with his larger body of work. 1,156 more words