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Seamlessly blending post-rock and electronic music, Tarot Sport is a flight you don’t want to miss.
The-Dream is excellent as always. In his third album, he shows-- What? This isn’t The-Dream? Electrik Red you say? Who?
Judging this solo debut as an individual work reveals its incidental nature.
For all the things Embryonic does so well, too much of the material is unborn song ideas.
Bewitching and flawed in all the ways a tale of happily ever after ought to be.
The club’s the thing wherein to catch the conscience of Usher.
A double step dance in moonless alleys.
Shearwater closes out a musical trilogy with grace and import.
Intimidating in magnitude, Lungs is the muscle car of indie pop.
“Adversity has the effect of eliciting talents which, in prosperous circumstances, would have lain dormant.” -Horace in Satires