If you’re looking for spacey shit, Rx Gibbs is a solid, consistent, and somewhat repetitive choice.
The Ways We Separate is clean, consistent, and impactful musically and sophomoric lyrically. Its consistency sometimes teeters on redundancy, and its cleanliness sometimes teeters on stagnancy, but not quite.
Giving Nanobots two or three listens reveals They Might Be Giants’ creativity and intelligent treatment of subjects.
I often laud skillful diversity; The Waterboys are no exception and deserve applause for the dynamic ways they express Yeats’ poetry.
Úlfur weaves some pretty kickass rhythm. The top of White Mountain is quite a sight to behold.
Misfit Mod’s style is ‘chill as fuck,’ seduces relaxation, tempts the imagination train, and, if you’re into that sort of thing, urges you to light a few bowls.
Every track keeps my attention and presents its own unique feel. And the feels encourage multiple listens. If that isn’t a quality of good music, then our criterion needs editing.
If someone takes my advice and puts Loveskills on the radio, contact me, because I’ll listen to this shit all day long.