I’m Up doesn’t show us any new sides of Thugger.
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It’s hard to tell why Makonnen sounds so disassociated here.
Future’s all about brevity: nothing he’s made since Honest breaches 50 minutes.
No Segall album since Slaughterhouse has had this much personality.
The songs here are more or less replicas of the recorded versions.
Rabit puts us through a lot of hell, and listeners might be disappointed that he…
Jeremih feels like a bit of an anachronism amid 2015’s post-molly hangover.
It’s a stoner’s approach to the world, perhaps closer in spirit to psychedelia or ambient…
There’s a reason they’re called Fuzz: it’s all about the sound.
Ty Segall’s music exists at the intersection of multiple rock traditions.