Music Reviews

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Review: Schoolboy Q – “Habits & Contradictions”

By Ross Figlerski School Boy Q, a member of Kendrick Lamar’s Black Hippy Crew, has been featured on quite a few mix-tapes over the last year and had released his first album, Set Backs, last year. Where Habits & Contradictions differs from Q’s previous releases is shown through his increased confidence, rhyme skill, and developed … Continue reading

Review: Modeselektor – “Monkeytown”

By Ross Figlerski Released: September 27, 2011 Modeselektor’s Gernot Bronsert and Sebastian Szary don’t necessarily fit into the generic mold of recent electronic music. This is why everything they tend to release is so damn impressive. Their new album, “Monkeytown”, combines typical IDM, drum, and bass with enough pitch warps and jungle rave sensibility to … Continue reading

Review: Kendrick Lamar – “Section.80”

By Ross Figlerski Released: July 2, 2011 “You ever seen a newborn baby kill a grown man? / That’s an analogy for the way the world make me react / My innocence been dead / So the next time I talk about money, hoes, clothes, God, history all in the same sentence / Just know … Continue reading