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Blurred Lines is Robin Thicke’s most consistent effort yet, and that’s progress in anyone’s book.
I guess I’m supposed to talk about Collapsible Lung, but I’m not sure if I should really bother.
A Savage Journey to the Heart of Aussie Rock & Roll with The Cosmic Psychos
What makes Synth or Soul worthwhile is the fact that Curtis Cross – the 29 year old Detroit native behind Black Milk – isn’t forcing you to make a choice.
Indicud is a strange record. And not in a good way. It doesn’t intrigue or inveigle, it’s strange in a way that is off-putting.
The 20/20 Experience isn’t a poor album, it simply suffers from desperately wanting to be more than the sum of its parts.