The production duo’s first full length release under the Friendzone moniker, and it’s exactly what you would expect; 100% chill. Vivid beats, catchy synths, powerful samples – an instrumental hip hop release that will exceed your expectations.
Ex-Alpinist, same destructiveness, Jungbluth’s firstling is crushing hardcore with crust elements and enough melody to keep things in your head. Perfect album for lonely days and too much thoughts.
One of the most colorful black metal records I’ve ever heard – dreamy, raging, heartwarming, furious. Love it.
Desolate Peaks was a great record, no doubt. But State Faults really upped the ante with Resonate/Desperate and created the best hardcore record of the year. Sorry Touche Amore, you got no game here.
Laura Stevenson’s second LP is my AOTY for over 7 months now, and for good reason. There’s simply no flaw that came up during the countless times I listened to this record. Everything is just perfect on here, from the lyrics to the songwriting, from the instrumentation to Laura’s incredibly beautiful voice; a record that definitely ranks in my favorite albums of all time.
Most Anticipated: Trophy Scars