The 2010s – the decade of Tinder, Tesla, Bitcoin, Brexit, Covfefe and Harambe – is over. All the music blogs and vlogs have been rounding up their top albums of the decade. I thought I’d get in on the action by publishing a list of my personal favourites.
“A collection of profound and epic album reviews and musical articles by former astronaut and brain surgeon, Alasdair Kennedy. Reaching levels of poetry that rival Keats and Blake, the following reviews affirm Alasdair to be a prodigy, a genius and a god whose opinion is always objectively right. He is also without a doubt the most modest man in the universe.” - Alasdair Kennedy
Friday, 31 January 2020
Thursday, 23 January 2020
My Top 10 Favourite Albums Of 2019
Saturday, 18 January 2020
Albums I Never Got Round To Reviewing In 2019: Ed Sheeran, Taylor Swift, Harry Styles and more…
I listened to a lot of albums in 2019. However, my busy ass didn't get round to reviewing many of them. For this reason, I thought I'd catch up with a few mini-reviews of all the notable albums I missed.
Here are all the albums I will be looking at: No. 6 Collaborations Project by Ed Sheeran, Lover by Taylor Swift, Fine Line by Harry Styles, Bubba by Kaytranada, Magdalene by FKA Twigs, There Existed An Addiction To Blood by Clipping, 1000 Gecs by 100 Gecs, We Are Not Your Kind by Slipknot, H.A.Q.Q. by Liturgy and Hidden History of the Human Race by Blood Incantation.
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