Album Reviews

Opinions, commentaries and analysis about some records that I enjoyed listening to.

 

Angel Olsen: Whole New Mess (2020) Review

Angel Olsen: Whole New Mess (2020) Review

Truth to be told: I am not that big of a fan of “demo” albums. But I must say I have become quite fond of Angel Olsen´s 2020 release, Whole New Mess. This album serves as an “anternative take” on her most ambitious album yet, 2019´s All Mirrors. So let´s compare those...

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About Florence + The Machine Lyrics on Ceremonials

About Florence + The Machine Lyrics on Ceremonials

Lyrics by Florente Welch (AKA Florence + The Machine) usually build complex images with words: from vivid dreams to lost summarized memories from the darkness that finally reaches enlightenment in at love encounter. Here we can see some common references that the...

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Tool: Ænima´s artwork in videos

Tool: Ænima´s artwork in videos

  Genre: Progressive rock, Alternative metal Personel: Maynard James Keenan (vocals), Adam Jones (guitar), Justin Chancellor (bass), Danny Carey (drums) Top tracks: Stinkfist, Ænima. Release: 1996 Score: 9 Fallen from California in 1996, Tool released their...

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Angel Olsen: All Mirrors (2019). Review

Angel Olsen: All Mirrors (2019). Review

Genre: chamber pop, pop rock, indie rock Release: 2019 Songs: 11 Score: 9 (solid nine) – When I first heard All Mirrors lead single Lark I initially thought that the original simple, folky and cute Angel Olsen had fallen into the claws of an evil producer. That...

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