Category: Misc. Day

Misc. Day – New Jack Muscle

Sometimes, simplicity is the best thing about a musician’s style. The ability to form an entire journey with very progressive, but minimal instrumental layering is a new lane and one that only few artists can achieve correctly. MIKE from New York is a rare,…

Misc. Day – Deeply Rooted

The darkness fading in, the light drowning out, Opeth creeps swiftly like a specter through a large, but filling gap in their sound. Heritage is one of their first steps into the prog-ridden waters, clean vocalism, more refined instruments, and a more grand focus…

Misc. Day – Breaking Up The Magic

David Bowie once said, “breaking up is hard, but keeping dark is hateful,” La Sera combines both the darkness and the breaking up into one, pop fused lullaby. It is a subtle crawl to the ocean breeze, then to the fast lanes of highways…

Misc. Day – Smells From Down Under

In the damaged frame of “Pub Punk” history and grimy outlines, there lays a newcomer from Australia that raises as many eyebrows as they do fists. Amyl and The Sniffers is not just another quick stain on the fabric of rock and roll, they…

Misc. Day – From The Deep End

Jinsang is a pure soul, his artistry is a direct reflection of the California based hip-hop producer that shines brightly and becomes a glimmering monument in lo-fi sound. It is the playful, but jazz and vocal influenced production that propels Jinsang’s latest project, Confessions,…

Misc. Day – Casting Stones

Jonwayne is an immaculate producer, there is no way around it. His mixed compilation Cassette on Vinyl, is a rhyme-scheme dream that reflects on the consciousness of the Californian capturing of sound. He is not alone however, he moves with Jeremiah Jae, Zeroh, and…

Misc. Day – Silent Matter

The long, droning noise that comes from Horseback is similar in style to what the darkness of the large pines at night would bring. It is the interpretation of mystery that is extended from Horseback’s full, but raspy sense of approach that delivers organized and understandable style. While the 2010 release, The Invisible Mountain is never deafening, it does show potential to be an overbearing monster of fragmented features…

Misc. Day – United Aggression

For the faint of heart, Gendo Ikari is a speed demon fueled by rage and pent-up aggression that is released through a series of quick, seven tracks that illustrate how death can be transpired through sound. It is like the mighty tiger as Gendo…

Misc. Day – Ex-Communication

Inconcessus Lux Lucis is the ugly child of assaulting music that reaches out of the frame and pulls in the listener, dragging them down further and further into this hellish depiction of fire and fury. Their newest record, The Crowning Quietus is a constant…

Misc. Day – The Bull and Beauty

Chazwick Bradley Bundick who is professionally known as Toro y Moi creates beauty from the tips of his fingers as he begins to morph and form melodic vibrations with each press of the keys. His style is reminiscing of the rainy city streets right…

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