No, no, no, no, no! There’s no way that an album as good as ‘Resolution’ is this low!
Shamir is your new God. he might even write a song about you
We should all raise our hands and rejoice that artists like Shamir exist, he fits in no obvious hole and listening to his music or watching him perform you at once worry that there is absolutely no crowd that exists for him and also realise with delight that he may be your favourite thing in … Continue reading 26: Shamir: Ratchet
Currently recoding as mynameiblueskye, @cosmicblueautie is one of the most fascinating artists currently working, and I hope I captured a small % of that in my interview
It’s only taken me almost until March.but here are the scientifically peer reviewed best songs of 2021
At #16, SHAMELESS pandering t me by @sharonvanetten, as she rereleases a record by one of my favourite artists that I haven’t heard, and also includes covers of the songs by bands influenced. That’s my FAVOURITE THING!!
At #35 there’s another outstanding record by @RealBigSilky, which sends me down a miserable hole contemplating the miserable response to the latest BLM prtests
And so it begins. Who’s in, who’s out, and how many Nick Cave albums will be featured?? Three, by the way. Maybe four.
Necessary Evil 2021 is GO!
99- The Men: Drift 98- Teyana Taylor: The Album 97- Beatrice Dillon: Workaround 96- Holy Golden: Sleepwalkers in the Milky Way 95- Shamir: Cataclysm 94- Lady Gaga: Chromatica 93- Royce Da 5″9: The Allegory 92- Lafawndah: The Fifth Season 91- Psychic Graveyard: A Bluebird Vacation 90- Vritra: Sonar 89- Lindsay Munroe: Our Heaviness 88- The … Continue reading 2020’s Scientifically Proven Best Albums
Science time! Or is it maths…?
Either way, we finally get to put 2020 officially to bed