Loud City Song (studio album) by Julia Holter
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The best album by Julia Holter is Have You In My Wilderness which is ranked number 590 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 3,032.
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This album is rated in the top 3% of all albums on BestEverAlbums.com. This album has a Bayesian average rating of 77.7/100, a mean average of 76.6/100, and a trimmed mean (excluding outliers) of 77.8/100. The standard deviation for this album is 16.8.
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An album that takes a lot of risks with some of them paying off better than others. This record isn't very accessible at all and there isn't much to hook you into the music on the first listen. Once you look beyond this initial layer there is quite a lot of interesting musical nuances to discover. The instrumentation is diverse on several of the tracks and this makes for a rich and detailed environment to explore. Where the record peaks for me is on Maxim's I which captures what the record is trying to do and the essence of the music perfectly. However, there is some filler on here and a few moments that feel very plain and devoid of life. The music always feels like it could do with a burst of energy in places as there is great tension but I don't really find myself getting a payoff. Overall, definitely an unusual album that is worth checking out due to its uniqueness.
this was actually quite pleasant, to be honest with you.
This is a magical journey into an other-worldly introspective polyphony.
Spooky at times. Simply gorgeous at other times.
Music from another planet.
As soon as I heard it, I had to hear it again ... with headphones.
I don't feel like this is very accessible, but wow is it atmospheric. Fair play to Julia Holter for making this sort of album. If I were to describe its feeling, it would be like walking home alone at nightime on a deserted street, visibility low and the knowing that someone or something is watching you. Maybe that's just me!
A more accessible record than her previous effort. Still, loud city song, is another special album from one of the most interesting artists of recent times. Lovely sounds and textures. A superb album.
An underrated masterpiece.
A serene drive around the city of Berlin. Enjoying the sights as they come.
Singing in the rain!
Stunning! Modern jazz meets Laurie Anderson's quirky art pop.
Triumphant despite being surrounded by the echoes of sadness. Exultant & defiant yet still adorable & intimate. Merrily conjuring rainbows with each skip through the oil slicked puddles that would make others dreary. What do we say to death? Not today!
i'm in love with this album
very interesting, very dreamy, and kinda depressing, but it a good way
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