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Album Review: Is 4 Lovers by Death From Above 1979

This post is sponsored by Skillshare. Get two free weeks by clicking here ! Learn a new skill or hobby by watching the online courses! With over 7 million people and more than 29,000 courses, there's a lot to learn from. There is also a free option that gives you access to plenty of content. You can even join through Facebook or Google. Join today to start learning!   Death From Above 1979 is a Canadian rock duo from Toronto. The band consists of Jesse Keeler and Sebastien Grainger. They released their first album in 2004, but broke up a few years later. Nearly ten years after their debut, they were able to come back together to create some new music and drop their sophomore album. Now, Is 4 Lovers marks Death From Above 1979's fourth studio album.   The first track from the album is Modern Guy . First glance into Death From Above 1979, and I'm greeted with a glaring electric guitar. The loud and screeching eventually fades into a quicker riff that's repeated ov

Album Review: ROADRUNNER: NEW LIGHT, NEW MACHINE by BROCKHAMPTON

This post is sponsored by Skillshare. Get two free weeks by clicking here ! Learn a new skill or hobby by watching the online courses! With over 7 million people and more than 29,000 courses, there's a lot to learn from. There is also a free option that gives you access to plenty of content. You can even join through Facebook or Google. Join today to start learning!   BROCKHAMPTON is a hip hop boy band from San Marcos, Texas. They first formed under the name AliveSinceForever but changed their name to BROCKHAMPTON in 2014. Their huge breakthrough came with the SATURATION trilogy which they released in a span of 7 months. Even with some bumps in the road, BROCKHAMPTON just released their sixth studio album titled ROADRUNNER: NEW LIGHT, NEW MACHINE .   The first track off the album is BUZZCUT . While I was a bit skeptical about this new album, this single definitely piqued my interest back into BROCKHAMPTON. The track opens up with some wavy horn-like sound. While Kevin really

Album Review: The Plugs I Met 2 by Benny the Butcher & Harry Fraud

This post is sponsored by Skillshare. Get two free weeks by clicking here ! Learn a new skill or hobby by watching the online courses! With over 7 million people and more than 29,000 courses, there's a lot to learn from. There is also a free option that gives you access to plenty of content. You can even join through Facebook or Google. Join today to start learning!   Jeremie Pennick, or better known by his stage name, Benny The Butcher, is a rapper from Buffalo, New York. Rory Quigley, or known as Harry Fraud, is a producer and composer from New York. You may remember my review of a recent Benny the Butcher project, but he teams up with the well known producer, Harry Fraud. Harry Fraud has worked with plenty of people, but the most recent one I reviewed was probably with Curren$y. The Plugs I Met 2 is the first project where they have collaborated on every track. The first track from the project is When Tony Met Sosa . Just like any other Harry Fraud project, you have the c

Album Review: Bascar by DZA

This post is sponsored by Skillshare. Get two free weeks by clicking here ! Learn a new skill or hobby by watching the online courses! With over 7 million people and more than 29,000 courses, there's a lot to learn from. There is also a free option that gives you access to plenty of content. You can even join through Facebook or Google. Join today to start learning!   Sasha Dza, or more commonly known as DZA, is an electronic artist and producer from Vladivostok, Russia. I haven't been able to pull a lot of information from this artist, but I found him through a new albums list in April from the Genius website. Since this is his solo work, he also collaborates with Nana the Shrimp and Mumiy Troll. Bascar marks his latest studio album. The first track from the album is Firmware Installation . Judging by the title of this track, you might be able to tell that this is just a quick, one-minute introduction to the album. Even with this introduction, it doesn't feel like I