Instrumentally, Brockhampton hasn’t just evolved, it’s gone completely off the wall.
This isn’t a standard college party full of loud rap music and reckless drinking.
Eminem decided that in “Kamikaze,” instead of improving as an artist, he would be better off making straw men out of his critics.
“Wait for Love” is an example of a stylistic change working in an artist’s favor, striking a balance between aggressive punk and soft indie rock.
“Here Come the Runts” is an album that has sailed far beyond the constraints of pop security and ends up a piece of art.
Acting as a love letter to the original film, “The Disaster Artist” is a success in showing the real-life people and stories behind a beloved disaster.
“Reputation” is a bold attempt at a bad idea — no one was asking for a new Taylor Swift.
Science Fiction” completes Brand New’s incredible discography. It is a poignant farewell from one of the best bands of the 2000s.
To anyone contemplating seeing this atrocity, don’t. Go see “Blade Runner 2049” instead.
“Blade Runner” handles the idea of artificial intelligence better than most science fiction films. “2049” updates that idea for a new audience.
“Gemini” is a complete mess of an album from start to finish.
The rest of the Foo Fighters’ discography just makes this album look lackluster.