Just as the degeneration of Blake’s relationship with love is dictated over the course of this album, so is his relationship with music.
In addition to being the band’s most chaotic and harshest record to date, Bottomless Pit lacks the captivating hooks, hard-hitting lyrics, cohesive thread and gravity-defying heights of their previous efforts.
It gets personal, it gets sad, but it also remains comforting.
Drake is king of “meme” rap, working in “What are those?!” references and subliminal Meek Mill disses to please the masses. Views will surely make the internet crazy.
It’s nice knowing that even after 30 years, Radiohead still has a penchant for keeping fans on their toes.
Despite all of the glittery instrumentals and vocals, the album still has moments where it feels inescapably contrived.
There is something precious to Mehta’s beats
Parquet Courts' music is full of old rock sounds, but still maintains originality, stimulating the senses all over.
Joey took me on a journey through his younger, borderline obsessive years to his current state of balance, talking about the incorporation of his house music roots into 2016’s musical landscape.
I’m an idiot.