Sunshine's Weekly Review : 2/11/19 - 2/17/19

Sunshine’s Weekly Review - February 11-17, 2019

Twitter: @Mr_Sun_Shine

Welcome back to another edition of Sunshine’s Weekly Review! I apologize to those who might deem my music reviews as “mean” this week. As for Bohemian Rhapsody, I give no apologies. Without further ado, here are the reviews.

Hey, that kinda rhymed.



Quiet Signs by Jessica Pratt

Released: February 8, 2019

jessica pratt_quiet signs.jpg

Quiet Signs is eerie and somber with hopeful tones that are brought forth over a simple structure. Pratt’s style most resembles the singer-songwriter vibe of the late ’60s and early 70’s and it’s not unpleasant but even at only a 27-minute runtime, Quiet Signs is a real chore to get through. 5 out of 10

Tracks to enjoy: “Poly Blue” & “This Time Around”

AJ Tracey by AJ Tracey

Released: February 8, 2019


A lack of vulnerability in the lyricism is the downfall of this effort from the UK Hip Hop artist. Euro-dance beats and generic rhythms blend together to create a forgettable album with absolutely no heart. This album is all fluff about “poppin’ bottles” & “Diamonds on my neck” and has no substance that gives you any insight to what makes AJ Tracey special.  3 out of 10

Tracks to enjoy: “Psych Out!” & “Country Star”

Can’t Say I Ain’t Country by Florida Georgia Line

Released: February 15, 2019


The latest release from Florida Georgia Line is a tough listen, to say the least. Generic pandering is put in place of genuine storytelling and they play it safe musically, with formulaic song structures and mundane instrumentation. This album is void of any redeeming qualities. 2 out of 10.

Tracks to Enjoy: Did you not read the brief review above? Literally none.

Well, that’s it for this week! Thanks for reading and feel free argue with me about this on twitter!