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  1. HOLDEN my new album is named after the protagonist in 'The Catcher in the Rye'. i'm channeling energies toward toxic masculinity as subject matter. that makes it a weird project, and I have no fucking idea what to say about it, but some of the songs kinda slap, so i'll shut up .
  2. It's vague enough to where it could really go many ways. She's going to be her own person and won't take being held back from whatever it is she wants to do. Maybe it's just getting angry. Maybe it's going hard in the bed. With the verses, though, and comparing it to the color blue, though, I think it's more than likely the inability to get him out of her mind. So many possibilities.
  3. I hope people come around to the tracklist. "Nectar of the Gods" is being underrated af, when it's one of the best things she's done - but following it up with "Living Legend" had me in tears. I haven't cried like that with one of her songs since "California" the first time I listened to NFR, and I think having it follow "How to disappear" is partly why that had me such a mess.
  4. Listen as soon as its up on streaming. Maybe another go for some of the new ones that I really love. Probably write a defensive review and plaster it everywhere because people don't understand how to read her prose. Then a Lord of the Rings themed Halloween party where I'm really going to be thinking about the lyrics and production choices over and over and over. If I have too much to drink, I'll probably blast a track over top Gandalf falling into the pit. The usual. I don't wanna liiiiiiiiiive http://maudit.tumblr.com/post/18611231320
  5. It's a style of film genre that is Italian-based interpretations of the Hollywood Western genre. So instead of being nationalistic, they're more prone to being over-the-top and more focused on the aesthetics rather than 'Merica vibes. Ennio Morricone frequently did the music scores for a lot of the most popular films in the genre, and they all have a very similar sound (plucky, layered strings of guitar and violins / lots of brass), which has in-turn become the 'spaghetti western' subgenre in music. Morricone is sampled with a producer credit on the Trio, which is an homage to The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly's famous 'trio' of the title.
  6. To those that have heard the entire tracklist, can you clarify for me...
  7. You're okay babes. I was worried following it up after your post. No shade on anybody, just really curious by the ones who are triggered by them.
  8. The fact you guys are putting Blue Banisters so low on the ranks is all the proof I need that this album is gonna light my ass on fire. I don't know what everyone else is smoking, but BB is some of the best songwriting she's ever done, and marks a change in how she's perceiving herself as an artist and lover. Like seriously, I can't believe it's nowhere near the top of so many lists, and I can't help but wonder if its simply because it doesn't bop? Is it because it leans heavy into the singer/songwriter and poetry prose? Illuminate me why the lyrics are bad, please, because I'm so so confused.
  9. Thank you for sourcing for my lazy ass, hun. I thought I was going crazy for a second there.
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