The standout track off the solid new album, is a disorienting, sprawling, mess of a tune. But that renders it no less beautiful and epic. Isolation marks the track, but yearns for grandiose pastures.
“Guess I still don’t see the difference between real purpose and that urgent adolescence.” The stunning opener from Hear, Hear. III, has gorgeous instrumentation led by an equally powerful vocal speech. Just read the lyrics and enjoy.
Now popularized by the mesmerizing and character defining moment on GTA V where Michael is acid tripping, this gloriously breezy tune is the standout track in terms of memories for the game. Put it on repeat, watch your troubles fly away.
Do yourself a favour and listen to this song. An achingly beautiful track in the vibe of lo-fi, indie folk artists of the past; the music and vocal slowly captivate you and allows your mind to wander to memories of its own.
The absolutely smooth new single by the Australians, is a brilliant blend of R&B and electronic, stuttering and stirring emotion throughout its entirety. A genre that finds itself expanding at every moment, the trio show us that they can be just as dark as brooding as any competitor.
The accomplished, captivating new record by Julia Holter is at times riveting, at times isolating, but all times encompassing. The great track here, is a little bit tUnE-yArDs and a little bit Grimes, with two distinctive sections that show off both her quirky nature and eerie sound.
The very young and immensely talented rapper from the hip hop ensemble Odd Future shows the world he really is one to watch with his new effort Doris. The beat on the track is pulsing, and smooth flows by Earl and supporting cast zone your mind to resigned places. One of numerous noteworthy tracks on the album, …