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Anti Lilly & Phoniks – That’s The World Album Review

When I get really into a genre of music, my favorite thing to do is dig for the deeper gems, the lesser known artists. These are the artists that should be getting their shine and accolades for their thought provoking art. Sharing artists with friends has been one of my favorite ways to connect with people and help promote music that should be more popular, but isn’t due to how the internet and mainstream music works. Anti Lilly and Phoniks’ most recent joint venture That’s The World not only checks all of the boxes for a great album, but is a huge fan favorite in my friend circle. Continue reading Anti Lilly & Phoniks – That’s The World Album Review

Morti Viventear Interview

I would like to thank Morti Viventear first and foremost for accepting the interview request. This was conducted over email and done after the release of Sleep Deprived Pessimist: Nautilus Edition. If you haven’t heard it, check it out here and check out our review of it here! Without further ado, let’s begin!  Continue reading Morti Viventear Interview

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Morti Viventear – Sleep Deprived Pessimist- Nautilus Edition Review

Ever since hearing Lovecraftsmanship and reviewing it on the website, I’ve been hooked on his work. There is something so fresh about his production style and the fact that his drums are well layered and intricate.  In my review of Lovecraftmanship, I compared him to DJ Shadow and J Dilla. I stand by those claims simply based on his crafting of a beat, but he takes it in a direction much more akin to Flying Lotus and his style of production. When Morti re-released Sleep Deprived Pessimist, I was excited to hear what he had to say, and to say I was surprised was an understatement.  Continue reading Morti Viventear – Sleep Deprived Pessimist- Nautilus Edition Review

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Top 10 Albums of 2018

2018 was a wild year for everyone involved. At the beginning of the year, I decided to listen to 300 albums that I never listened to before, both new and old. Within the list of 300 albums are quite a few albums from 2018. Because I set out in the beginning of the year to listen to a variety of music, I wasn’t sure how it’d affect my 2018 list and what I sought out. Interestingly enough, there’s some surprising variety. Continue reading Top 10 Albums of 2018