I’m trying to teach Otis the positive tenets of buttfeminism, but he’s really upset about his ball.
tbh i am not mad at that A&F guy and that shit resurfacing like just cool it. some people don’t want to make size XXXL clothing. i’d be concerned if their clothes were cute
What’s funny is that A&F sizes run large.
So a size 6 is actually a size 8 and so on.
I talked to Yahoo and they said it was cool. No need to check with them or anything.
I’ll kill him, I swear it.
No one so powerful should put so many undeserving people in so much hurt. My sister did nothing to deserve this.
If you see god, kill him.
You’ll be humanity’s true saviour.
…reminds me of this album…
And that’s a statement I never thought I’d say but consider this:
1) They both took 3 years to make
2) They both have 22 tracks
3) They both theme on wishes and dreams.
This is my not-so-subtle way of saying Endless Fantasy is the next soundtrack to your summer. It’s got all the gameboy nostalgia of previous albums and all the bubblegum fun of M83 shoegaze riffs.
The direction deviation is very welcome. Sung lyrics and Drum & Bass beats to name a few grin happy surprises.
Concluding this bombshell, If you like M83 and have no idea what ‘chiptune’ is, give Anamanaguchi’s Endless Fantasy a shot.
If you’re an Anamanaguchi fan and have no idea what ‘shoegaze’ is, give M83’s Hurry Up We’re Dreaming a listen.
If you’ve somehow not heard of either of these guys, you no longer have an excuse. These are good albums to start on.
You get a.b. perspectives
The little known duo from the far east have a great blend of house, ambience, static noise, flanger and breakbeat (a recipe known as IDM, but even IDM artist hate the term IDM) to create something fresh and strangely nostalgic.
I can’t quite put my finger on who the remind me of more…not a bad thing though. The sad thing is I only know about them because facebook noticed I was looking through the pages of Overseer and Aphex Twin and recommended this to me in a sponsored post. There are so little known in fact, That i’m this albums only iTunes reviewer
However, just like these comparable artist, they have some tracks that feel like they go out of their way to annoy you. And some tracks just drag on and on until the last two minutes, where something structured knocks you into a groove. Some days, like this rainy day, you might be in the mood for 6 minutes of piano notes through static treble. Other days, like most days, you’ll skip to the good part.
However, with that expectation set, it’s definitely worth the $9.99. And with the reprise of EDM as of late, hopefully this duo can shoehorn themselves in with the legends of this controversial sub-genre.
They need the fame. It’ll serve as incentive for a more focused, more mature second act.
Pick this up, file it under “Hidden Gems”