Discussion in 'Music' started by PIE!!!, Aug 6, 2010.
6.5/10, seems pretty derivative and uninspired to me
Concrete Blonde - Joey
5.5/10, okay rapping, singing is just bad, uninteresting background music
The xx - On Hold
7/10, good for someone in the mood to hear it
The Cranberries - Dreams
7/10, I can dig it , interesting listen
Pale Waves - There's A Honey
7/10 Kind of a 1975 ripoff, but still good. I prefer Television Romance.
7/10, light fun
On a side note, "There's A Honey" was produced by The 1975, so I'm not sure "ripoff" is quite the right word to use
Juliana Hatfield Three - My Sister
7/10, grows on me
R.E.M. - Everybody Hurts
7/10 plays a lot on the radio
7/10, nice listen
Grizzly Bear - Mourning Sound
7/10, fun song and lyrics
The 1975 - Somebody Else
7/10 Good, but I like their upbeat songs more than their atmospheric stuff.
7/10, nice performance of a song that would be pretty basic without it
Allie X - Downtown
8/10, nice melody, good energy
Pale Waves - Television Romance
6.25/10, not quite my thing
HAIM - Forever
7/10, not as good as it seems to be trying to be, but it grows on me
Pink - Who Knew
7/10 One of Pink's better songs.
7/10, amusing song, like a mix of genuinely enjoyable and enjoyably bad
Death Cab For Cutie - Transatlanticism
7/10, the chorus seems a bit weak, but the rest makes up for it
Lindsey Stirling - Master of Tides
8.5/10, not the best singing, but a nice song regardless
LCD Soundsystem - Someone Great
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