Category: Classic Day

Classic Day – Gored Mess

Laying the ground work on some of the sinister sounds that would come out of Europe, Samael was a heavy influence on early black metal that would span a lifetime of following records. With Samael however, their earliest record of Blood Ritual would be the…

Classic Day – Riding The Rails

To build a legacy around a certain genre takes the diligence of time, effort, and the important clear focus of a mastermind. With John Coltrane, there was always something different in his play style, the way that the music just flooded from his saxophone…

Classic Day – Rock N’ Roll Asshole

With one of the sleaziest, disgusting, but also most widely recognized punk rock icons in American history; GG Allin whether the public likes it or not, was a force to the foundation of mainstream punk music. While his career never saw anything past the underground,…

Classic Day – Mr. Player Hater

From Hunter Point, San Francisco; The RBL Posse (Ruthless By Law) was a trifecta of producers and rhymers that were caught up in the Gangsta Music craze that swept the nation with the likes of Public Enemy, NWA, Too $hort, and B-Legit. With their…

Classic Day – One Soul

Using elements of black metal, hardcore, and a splash of atmospheric soundscapes; the final album coming from Swedish metal band Celtic Frost seems relevant even 12-years after the first initial release. Monotheistis an aggressive swan-song that orchestrates a head first dive into one of…

Classic Day – Chopped Cheese Dreams

The Pink Overlord from Harlem’s New York finest housing projects stretching from Lenox Avenue to 126th; Cam’ron is a New York superhero. From the flashy diamond rings, the Bentley Coupe, or the pink overcoats, Kill Cam had it all with a level of respect…

Classic Day – The Roots

Amidst the 1980’s influx of hair metal, terrible movies, and even worse fashion choices; punk rock began to rage on. With most of the United States, the U.K. and almost anywhere there were instruments, there was punk rock. It was a loud movement that…

Classic Day – Under The Cover of Shadows

A step to the atmospheric shadows and “Furniture Music” as once described by composter Erik Satie turned out to be one of the largest spins in the career of music history. Brian Eno who was known professionally at the time of just Eno, began…

Classic Day – Ashes of Insanity

From the dawn of time, Man has had an animalistic instinct about him. The power to hurt, the power to kill, and the power to ultimately destroy. Man has also possessed the power to rise, influence, and create. In one of the strangest experimental…

Classic Day – Grapes of Wrath

1999 on the brink of insanity; through the Y2K fog and soon terror attacks on America, there was a clairvoyance in a single poet’s voice. Mos Def was a rising power in hip-hop after his project with Talib Kweli on Mos Def & Talib…

Classic Day – Always Crashing

The man of many faces and personas makes a third trip to Matt’s Music Mine with his 11thstudio record, Low.With a standing ovation from critics and music fans alike, David Bowie was able to truly manipulate a sound to become his own. Changing directions…

Classic Day – Somebody’s Sins

In amidst the 1970’s there was an influx of new musical talent, style, and unrelenting force that overtook the wave of the very strict formation of the 1950’s, to the carefree 60’s. With bands like The Velvet Underground, artists like David Bowie, and rampant…

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