Reviews Label: Doomtree

Label: Doomtree

7 reviews found

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Sims - False Hopes XIV album cover


False Hopes XIV, 2009

6.8 / 10
200 Words Or Less

Lights Out Paris was one of my favorite releases of 2005, but as the Doomtree crew only has so much time and money on their hands, they rotate members’ releases. ...

Sims - Bad Time Zoo album cover


Bad Time Zoo, 2011

8.4 / 10

Six years is a long time between a freshman and sophomore release. Granted, that length isn’t entirely accurate—Sims has been involved in a number of Doomtree records, from the False ...

Doomtree - No Kings album cover


No Kings, 2011

7.5 / 10

It’s not hard to find something to say about Doomtree. The 7-headed monster has enough disparate characters that I could fill the proverbial pages here without even addressing No Kings, ...

Dessa - Parts Of Speech album cover


Parts Of Speech, 2013

8.0 / 10

A while back, I asked a friend of mine to introduce me to some new music. I was feeling burnt out on my usual prog fare, and I desperately needed ...

Sims - More Than Ever album cover


More Than Ever, 2016

7.2 / 10

Sims is something of a firebrand on his early work, spitting political vitriol and pointing fingers outward and in on records like Lights Out Paris and Bad Time Zoo. This ...

P.O.S. - Chill, Dummy album cover


Chill, Dummy, 2017

8.0 / 10

A new kidney hasn’t made P.O.S soft and introspective. On his return to action album Chill, Dummy, he’s as angry and pointed as ever. The album rages, with moments of reflection ...

Four Fists - 6666 album cover

Four Fists

6666, 2018

7.5 / 10

Four sixes, four fists, two rappers and some punchy production that’s equally space age and heavy hitting. It’s my own interpretation here, but the group name is more a reference ...

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