One-line reviews

Heems’s Eat. Pray. Thug.: Better than anyone could have hoped for; “Home”, “Flag Shopping” and “Patriot Act” are all absolute must hear songs.

Kanye’s performance at the BRITs: How long you been laughing at Lionel Richie and Taylor Swift? All day.

Modest Mouse’s Strangers to Ourselves: Dare we say that it’s their strongest since The Moon and Antarctica? We dare.

Sufjan Stevens’s Carrie & Lowell: This might sound weird, but this album actually makes getting your soul crushed seem enjoyable.

The amount of attention Skepta has been getting recently: We approve wholeheartedly, “That’s Not Me” still bangs.

Taking Back Sunday vs. Brand New beef being reignited: Adam Lazzarra got arrested for drunk-driving a couple of weeks ago and he called Jesse Lacey “not a good person”; sweet sweet irony.

Finding out that Taking Back Sunday still exist: Kind of a letdown given that I am not a whiny teenage anymore.

Gangrene collaborating with Earl Sweatshirt and Samuel T. Herring of Future Islands: This is one of those things that happens when you don’t realise that you’ve wanted it to happen all your life until it happens.

Tobias Jesso Jr’s Goon: This sounds like John Lennon singing songs that a heartbroken Bob Dylan wrote on a piano.

Odrán de Bhaldraithe


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