Everything posted by Cornchip

  1. personally for me it went from 10/10 2/10 8/10 and then back to 10/10
  2. been listening to this all day. some of their most grisly and visceral work since midcity, for sure. favs are Say The Name, Pain Everyday, Body For The Pile, Looking Like Meat, Check The Lock, and Enlacing.
  3. hello! can i please get the album "Paradise Drive" by Devenny 404 in mp3 320 please? thank you!
  4. i already have this, but thank you regardless! i believe it's a midnight release, which is why it won't show on itunes. if you could, maybe look again in 3 hours?
  5. "Each song title coincides with his Crater Speak catalog published with Midway Contemporary with track names listing earmarked pages." source:
  6. Message from Cornchip Management: Cornchip
  7. @BenjaminBurnley let's ask him!
  8. if you’re disappointed by blackbear’s more pop-sounding work, you’re definitely not gonna like this; it’s his poppiest album to date
  9. are we going to ignore the other aspects that are eerily similar, i.e.; the black rectangle with artist name in white text placed vertically next to the top of the accompanying image, all of which is surrounded by a white frame? maybe to your average joe it seems different enough, but from a graphic design perspective, the elements of the cover are enough to be sued over
  10. surely there has to be a line between inspiration and plagiarism. i would never accuse an artist of plagiarism without absolute proof, but you have to admit the arrangement of the cover is almost spot on. the placement of the black rectangle with white text inside next to the top of the image (a beach, no less) which is all surrounded by a white frame... comparing the images side by side, it all looks pretty incriminating. and the 1975 doesn't get a pass either, the arrangement of that cover is almost certainly copying Music For Films (although Matty's admitted to that, though it doesn't make it any better) a good example of "inspired" album covers would be Gerard Way's "Hesitant Alien", which takes inspiration from David Bowie's "Heroes" and Iggy Pop's "The Idiot".
  11. this album cover looks exactly like the “Saw You in a Dream” EP by The Japanese House... in fact, this template is how all of her EPs look. someone better investigate this...
  12. no one ever said i wouldn’t still do it
  13. Did you mean: 6ix9ine discography
  14. @Summers in the BVB thread: SHUT THE FUCK UP everyone else:
  15. damn, her pipes. kinda sounds like a younger adele, don't ya think? loving the soul/funk sound. here's to LP2!
  16. gonna be honest, never listened to bvb before but i saw 70-something comments and thought "alright who did it this time" @Zephyr Sunrise love u king
  17. this is the only saving grace of this album for sure. not to be negative, but the gorgeous backing instrumentals leave a LOT to be desired from the actual selling point of the album (the poetry)
  18. i actually REALLY love the chorus. album art is dope as shit. excited for deluxe!
  19. pandering to her young tumblr audience again i guess this seems very pretentious. the poetry is nothing to write home about, quite basic and nothing surprising content-wise. really not worth downloading imo
  20. looking further, alan watts IS on the album, but only on "dark place". orson welles is on "no pressure" and "obediently yours"
  21. your pfp is how i felt stumbling into this mess
  22. on the list of things to do this morning, seeing an argument about covid-19 on a taylor swift thread was definitely not written down seriously though, this album is MUCH better than the last 2. i think red was her best album, and 1989 was okay, but reputation and lover were just unlistenable. this, however? i can get into it.
  23. not even halfway thru this project yet, but this is definitely a much-needed return to form for mr. hall. i don't think any album he makes will ever top the impact that under pressure had, but this is definitely up there with the best of his discography already. years from now, this final album will be looked upon fondly by hip hop fans
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