Adam Finley has two unmarketable degrees and a framed picture of Arnold Schwarzenegger in his office. He’s been in the freelance game since 2007. He writes music reviews, political essays, non-award-winning short fiction, travel articles, and Limp Bizkit haiku. He once published a story about a chimpanzee. He is still shocked that people are willing to pay him money to write words. His dream is to ride a manatee.
Friday, June 13 2014
There is no standout track on Yung Archetype. They're all standouts in their own way, as individual as their creator.
Thursday, June 5 2014
The overall impression of Copper Gone is that of a man alone in his room, pummeling the pillows in an impotent rage, a "hurtin' hot mess" struggling to find his way to stability.
Tuesday, April 29 2014
Pulsing isn't the best entrypoint into the Danish beatmaker's body of work, but as a prelude to the impending full-length, it does its job admirably.
Sunday, April 20 2014
Smoke DZA's third album, Dream.Zone.Achieve, is strong on beats but weak on personality.
Monday, March 24 2014
Stepdad continues its uninterrupted string of solid releases.