Tuesday June 2, 2020

Album reviews: Childish Gambino, The Weeknd, Morrissey

Donald Glover’s high-concept album is oddly underwhelming; a ‘successful’ Abel Tesfaye is a bit hard to love; and Mozz’s sonically finest album in years is let down by its lyrics

29th March, 2020


Childish Gambino/Donald Glover Presents: 3.15.20 (Asthmatic Kitty)

Childish Gambino is the nom de plume of US actor/writer Donald Glover, yet the decision has been made to release two versions of the same album: under the stage name as a comparatively standard 12-track record, and under Glover’s name as a continuous sequence of music. The difference, one presumes, is a marketing one, with the former ripe for...

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