Category: Classic Day

Classic Day – Or Lay Down

While it may not be the debut record from Britain born rock band Jethro Tull, their second piece Stand Up is an eclectic collection of various recording methods and practices that shift genres, wave flags of battalion, and shape into a loose adaptation of…

Classic Day – Intergalactic Masters

There has been something captivating about the spirituality and otherworldliness that comes from jazz music. The raw passion that goes into forming the strange key signatures and different time bars where consistency is sometimes the only thing lacking from the genre. With Le Sony’r…

Classic Day – Pyramids of Sand

Whether wearing the mask of Metal Face, hitting the scenes as King Geedorah, or sparking the flames with more power than the Triple Entente; MF DOOM hit the streets of New York as the steel spitter with comic book overtones. He was the anti-hero…

Classic Day – Artisan Orchestra

The technicality that comes from the musical marvel that was Frank Zappa starts early in his career with the 1966 release Freak Out! that bust onto the scene spawning a career that would span over 111 total studio albums and records that would test…

Classic Day – Afrikaan Kings

Zamrock is a genre of music which emerged in the 1970s as a movement coming from the country of Zambia. known for the ability to merge African traditional playing practices with psychedelic rock, Zamrock was an impressive display of mixing cultures for a new…

Classic Day – Chopped Not Slopped

It can be incredibly difficult to pinpoint exactly when hip-hop took over the mainstream through underground roots. While it may seem commonplace in 2019, remixing whole tracks by slowing them down, adding a new flair of glimmer and gloss was not such a simple…

Classic Day – Load Up The Bus

Just a mere two years before the legendary Woodstock would breach the scene as one of the greatest innovations in musical events, The Beatles would step foot into a lengthy tour, movie, and adventurous deal. Magical Mystery Tour was something of legends, taking the…

Classic Day – Black Metal Deity

There is something so appealing to the eye about black and white photography, it feels dramatic and creates a juxtaposition within the contrast of lights and darks. Similarly, black metal sculpts this direct comparison within the lights and darks of music. The pounding moments…

Classic Day – Gold Records and Teeth

“I Dreamed that I was…hard” describes Andres “Dres” Vargas Titus on the first cut on A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing. The 1991 record coming from Black Sheep, the duo from Dres and William “Mista Lawnge” McLean. A direct affiliate of the Native Tongues, where…

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