Sunday, 15 July 2018
In a review for this album, a writer for Entertainment Weekly wrote, "Vocal effects are applied so thickly that you can’t really understand a word Abraham is yelping. Blessing in disguise?" Some critics have lauded the record's indescribable sound as "brilliantly baffling and alienating", while others have stated that it will make the listener "want to kill themself." Sounds perfect to me.
Sunday, 8 July 2018
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Sunday, 3 June 2018
June 3rd is the birthday of prolific singer-songwriter Matt Farley. You might remember I featured a few of his albums back in March this year. He has declared that on his birthday everyone in the world must listen to the OFFICIAL MOTERN MEDIA PLAYLIST on Spotify. Who am I to argue?
Sunday, 27 May 2018
This artist has an amazing 17 albums on Spotify, with titles such as "Farts and Poo in a Toilet Full of Pee", "Bohemian Ass Disco with a Pubic Rhapsody", "Peeing and Pooping in My Pants", and "Whacky Farty Party with Huge Titties". Normally I would assume he had let his four-year-old son choose the names, but having listened to some of the songs I'm not convinced.
Sunday, 20 May 2018
Something a little different for you this week. From the depths of Spotify's archive comes this 1969 album of English traditional songs, sung by Ben, Tom, and Chris Willett. Despite the obvious age in their singing voices it's not bad, but I have to wonder who would buy this and why?
Sunday, 13 May 2018
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Sunday, 29 April 2018
Sunday, 22 April 2018
Greatness is living on the inside of you, claims DJ Matari. However, his actions don't mirror his words, as he was arrested earlier this month for stealing the Oscar trophy from American actress Frances McDormand. "Are sick beats supposed to make me feel physically sick like this?" writes AlbinoWino11.
Sunday, 15 April 2018
Sunday, 8 April 2018
I imagine the recording of this album went a little like this: "OK, we're recording? Yeah? Great. Can you turn it up? A bit more? A bit more? All the way up. Now boost it a little more. Yeah that's good. Perfect. Now, start the drum machine."
I love the fact that every album this artist has uses the same cover photo.
Sunday, 1 April 2018
Happy Easter! Here's a special album that celebrates everything that is sacred about this holiday. Some of the songs seem strangely familiar, such as "Twelve Days of Easter" and "Deck the Eggs". You like songs sung in high pitch, right? Of course you do.
Sunday, 25 March 2018
Hey, I know you! You're that guy from a few weeks ago, Papa Razzi and the Photogs! You can't fool me! Just how many names do you go by? How does this guy find enough time to record all these songs?
Turns out his name is Matt Farley, he goes by over 70 aliases, and has released more than 19,000 songs.
Sunday, 18 March 2018
A follow-up to last week's topic, the singer of this cringeworthy song is under the delusion that the vote to leave the EU will make the UK a better place. "We want our freedom back, with accountable leaders who know and care". Well, couldn't agree more with that one, but that's got nothing to do with the EU.
Sunday, 11 March 2018
This hard-hitting opinion piece on the separation of the United Kingdom from the European Union goes into great depth regarding the political and economic implications of such a huge decision. No, not really. Did you expect anything less from this blog?
Sunday, 4 March 2018
Papa Razzi and the Photogs >> Papa Razzi Gets Introspective, Shares His Worldview, and Offers Advice
Piano improv, it's a thing that people do, and this guy does it a lot. He records album after album of himself singing about random things such as celebrities, politicians, things that famous people say or do, authors, comedians, movie directors, fictional characters, and lots lots (lots) more. It was hard to choose just one, but I did.
Sunday, 25 February 2018
Dear readers. Today I bring you a special treat. An artist I have discovered that you are going to become very familiar with, because he's an absolute treasure-trove of trash. Enjoy.
Every single album this guy has released is amazing.
Posted by azc at 11:24
Sunday, 18 February 2018
Is it cheating to use albums that are intentionally bad? At least, I hope it's intentionally bad, because otherwise this guy would be seriously delusional. Bonus points for that photoshop work.
As I write, this artist has 11 albums on Spotify, all equally cringeworthy. Check them out.
Sunday, 11 February 2018
Sunday, 4 February 2018
Sometimes an album is bad not because the artist is a bad singer, or because the music is poorly produced, but simply because of the content of the songs. This guy obviously has talent, but who would actually listen to this album for pleasure?
Check out his other albums, including "TV", 101 tracks singing about different TV shows.