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Album Review: LAHS by Allah-Las

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Allah-Las is an American indie rock band consisted of four different members. LAHS marks the band's fourth studio album. While I have always known about Allah-Las, I have never had the chance to sit down and listen to one their albums, even though they have been on my "listen to list" for a while now. Now, with the release of LAHS, I had the chance to sit down and give them a chance, and I definitely wasn't disappointed.

The album starts out with Holding Pattern. There's an easy guitar groove going on at the very beginning. Right off the bat, this reminds me of some old-school classic rock, as we…
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Album Review: uknowhatimsayin¿ by Danny Brown

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Danny Brown is a rapper and songwriter who is originally from Detroit, Michigan. uknowhatimsayin¿ marks his fifth studio album. After three years from one of his most critically acclaimed albums, Atrocity Exhibition, and being silent for a few years, he has finally come out with his fifth studio record.

The album opens up with Change Up. There is a washed-out, reverbed guitar, something you would hear off of an alternative or psych-rock record. Danny Brown starts off the track by having him saying that people thought he was gone, or done with rapping. However, he's back in the hip-hop sphere and is ready to show pe…

Album Review: Emmanuel by Ameer Vann

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Emmanuel is Ameer Vann's first EP since the departure from BROCKHAMPTON. After accusations were made against him, he eventually left the group. After a year, he has finally come out with a solo project, and he thanks his fans for sticking by him. On this short, six-track EP, there are several emotions he goes through: sadness, anger, fear, anxiety, and many more. Just as expected, this EP ties up some loose ends that die-hard BROCKHAMPTON and Ameer Vann fans were looking for.

The first track is the title track, Emmanuel. Before the EP was available for everyone, Ameer Vann dropped this track as a single. Howeve…

Album Review: III by The Lumineers

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The Lumineers are an indie-folk band from Colorado. III marks their third studio album. III might also stand for the three parts of the album. Each part consists of three songs, except for the third part. There is also a fourth part with some bonus tracks.

The first part of the album consists of Donna, Life In The City, and Gloria. The first track, Donna, talks about a woman named Donna. Judging by the lyrics and the video that goes along with the track, this is about a woman's mother. This woman is living an unsatisfying life and doesn't want to live. With the line, "You're praying for a funeral,"…

Album Review: All My Heroes Are Cornballs by JPEGMAFIA

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JPEGMAFIA is a rapper and producer from Baltimore. Shortly after the release of Veteran, he gained a lot of attention within the music world. All My Heroes Are Cornballs marks his third studio album and most experimental to date.

The first track off the album is Jesus Forgive Me, I Am A Thot. The track opens up with people yelling, which could be from a previous concert. After the yelling, the song contains a soft piano beat in the background. JPEGMAFIA makes a lot of religious references on this track while also singing a bit during the chorus. While I don't see anything bad or wrong with this track, I am a bit underwhelmed for an album opener.

Next, we h…

Album Review: Lover by Taylor Swift

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The 29-year-old singer and songwriter Taylor Swift is back with her seventh studio album. Lover takes a different view on things, compared to her previous album, Reputation. While I have listened to plenty of Taylor Swift songs, this is my first time listening to a Taylor Swift album from front to back.

The first track off the album is I Forgot That You Existed. The beat reminds me of something Justin Bieber or some other famous pop stars would use. The beat is simplistic but grows a little bit during the chorus. This song is showing that Taylor Swift moved on from her past lovers. She's glad that she forgot about it since it allowed her to move on in life…