Category: Misc. Day

Misc. Day – The Circus Arrives

This was inevitable, there was going to be one of the biggest hip-hop releases of the year featured on Matt’s Music Mine one way or another. As much as it seems that I tend to avoid the mainstream, that is not entirely true. I…

Misc. Day – Out of the Spotlight

Since the last time that a band as vibrant and enthusiastic as the Vanilla Poppers, there has been a void that remained after their last record back in the distant lands of 2017. Now reinstalled with the same vigor that once captured the gleam…

Misc. Day – Beach House View

Rocking with the sunshine and the surprising rise from Brooklyn, New York; The Babies are a friendly advancement toward indie-styled rock with beach house flair. Their 2012 release Our House on the Hill catches the cool waves of relaxed vocals, a dreamscape string section,…

Misc. Day – Trap-A-Holic Nightmares

2018 has been a depressing year ­­of celebrity passing’s, but none have hit as hard as the young passing’s of the “Trapper of the Century”. Fredo Santana was a cultural icon that was best known for his musical ability behind the microphone. As one…

Misc. Day – Killer Beast

Not to be confused with the 2018 release, the self-titled release Warthog (2016) takes the hardcore New York tendencies to a desperate level of darkened stabs and wild, belligerent ability. Within the nine-minute, 12-second track attack comes the aggressive push toward the deep end…

Misc. Day – The Beauty of Oblivion

It is taken from the acid touch and maniacal style that forms over the waves of the Baltimore rapper and producer, JPEGMAFIA. Forming one of the strongest bonds between the visual embodiment and a musical performance, VETERAN is the 2018 release that takes methods…

Misc. Day – No York!

Hailing from the golden halls of Los Angeles, the sunset mornings of some of the West Coast’s golden opportunities; Blu is the authenticity in a city full of actors. His 2013 release York is a collective of beautiful and futuristic boom-bap hip-hop that is…

Misc. Day – The Garden Grows

Collaborative efforts from musicians are as old as time itself. From guest musicians, to backup vocalists, executive producers, and an extensive list of writers and accompanying personnel. The idea about a collaborative effort is not fresh, but what does change through each work is…

Misc. Day – Rap’s Appetizers

In an age where musical creativity has never been at such a height; to see the youth creating and discovering their own sound while simultaneously being able to capture a guided approach to what was once a guild and impenetrable. The music industry as…

Misc. Day – Memphis Maniac

Xavier Wulf is the whiplash general stemming from Memphis. With previous mixtape releases that shook arenas and quickly rose Wulf to a mainstream audience with an underground flare, East Memphis Maniac is the well deserved sequel to all the hell that he raised previously….

Ω Week of Mac Miller – Day One Ω

Aiming For The Saints Heads Stemming from the Heaven’s Gate instrumentals of cult leaders and sick tendencies, Delusional Thomas is the mixtape from Pittsburgh’s Mac Miller alter-ego. A twisted and demented horror show reaching from the darkest sections of Miller’s inner thoughts, Delusional Thomas…

Misc. Day – One Man Sacrifice

An 11-year hiatus from Varg Vikernes, better known as the mastermind behind the Norwegian black metal band, Burzum finally breached back onto the scene with Belus. Releasing multiple albums from confinement, Burzum controlled the immediately noticeable low-quality recording sound that was masked by the…

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