Category: New Music

New Music – Beacon Of Sun

For one of the last motions of sunshine in soundscapes, Toro y Moi has been a treasure to follow and see growth within the past nearly 10 years since first discovery. Now with the latest venture MAHAL, the emotional draw couldn’t have been more… Continue Reading “New Music – Beacon Of Sun”

New Music – Lay Me Down Easy

Sometimes the finest elements of shoegaze aren’t what the record packs in, but instead what the record lacks, and with No Swoon’s newest display, Take Your Time is the recovery album that personally opens a floodgate of originally and intrigue. Mentally speaking, low points… Continue Reading “New Music – Lay Me Down Easy”

New Music – Pyrex, Paper, Power

Daytona was already almost four years ago, the G.O.O.D. Music champion Pusha T made one of the best records to touch wax and much of the influence came from his prowess with metaphors and similes. Now, It’s Almost Dry comes into the frame like… Continue Reading “New Music – Pyrex, Paper, Power”

New Music – Concrete Burial

HEALTH quickly makes a jump to the multiverse of an alternate future where industrial soundscapes and metallic wars are being fought constantly. Striking some distance with their DISCO tapes that often feature an eclectic amount of guest musicians; HEALTH on DISCO4 :: PART II… Continue Reading “New Music – Concrete Burial”

New Music – Riches To Rome

Rather than taking the low-hanging fruit, Benny The Butcher has always had this immaculate sense of burning through lines of hard lyricism, uncompromising force, and an ultimatum of sinking or swimming. On his third studio record, Tana Talk 4 is a lightning strike in… Continue Reading “New Music – Riches To Rome”

New Music – Hereditary Burning

Dungeon synth transports the listener back to the 1500s when heads on stakes and fire pits melted away generations of serfs over cold and desolate nights. Coming as a shock in this styling, is Powerplant, the London-based punks who now, transition into an equally… Continue Reading “New Music – Hereditary Burning”

New Music – Arterial Dissection

Violence in sound, Vein.FM formally known as Vein had a chokehold on metallic sounds with their 2018 record Errorzone and from the intense use of 90’s deep squat strings and some electronic Drum’N’Bass notions; the bar set itself fairly high for the future of… Continue Reading “New Music – Arterial Dissection”

New Music – Love Me Or Murder Me

Who doesn’t want to be loved and desired, and with Kill Alters’ newest venture into the experimental realm of sonic capability; Armed To The Teeth L.M.O.M.M. is the fastest breakneck through growth. The New York outfit is equipped with being a rushed and melodic… Continue Reading “New Music – Love Me Or Murder Me”

New Music – YODDY Piper

Rowdy in the booth and as relatable as the pavement everyone stomps around on, the concrete jungle that Your Old Droog represents through their lyricism and wittiness continues to inspire and form a relationship with New York’s finest. The newest EP comes in the… Continue Reading “New Music – YODDY Piper”

New Music – Praise Both

It feels like Griselda at this point is the major label imprint for hip-hop and while a collective, are on the same path of musical conquest with consistent drops and even more consistent quality. Looking more specifically rapper Conway The Machine who in 2021… Continue Reading “New Music – Praise Both”

New Music – Agricultural Bond

In this semi-futuristic age where culture draws inspiration from the dystopian novels and media that preceded 2022, records from DEVO and Brian Eno immediately jump into the frame with The Serfs. A Cincinnati outfit equipped with mysterious vibrations in sound, the cutting edge becomes… Continue Reading “New Music – Agricultural Bond”

New Music – Watch Me Explode

Better late than never coming, Axe Rash seems to worry less about time and more about the emotion attached. Like a guillotine aiming straight for loose necks, Contemporary Ass is a five-track EP that just barely dusts over the 12-minute mark. Some hardcore punk… Continue Reading “New Music – Watch Me Explode”

New Music – Please Hate Me

In just the first three minutes spent with LUSTSICKPUPPY on their newest EP AS HARD AS YOU CAN, the brain is reduced to a steaming pile of atomized mush. Vaporized beyond recognition, AS HARD AS YOU CAN is a quick five tracks over 12… Continue Reading “New Music – Please Hate Me”

New Music – Walked Outside

Much of the brevity and enchantment of Earl Sweatshirt comes from the way that he can precisely and creatively embody growth, doubt, and angst without ever revealing too much to the larger puzzle. On his newest “humble offering,” Sick! is 10 tracks that appear… Continue Reading “New Music – Walked Outside”

New Music – Christmas Prodigy

Not many rappers in 2022 need no introduction, but Nas has been materialized in the rap history books not only for having one of the greatest debut records with Illmatic but for being able to spawn an unlikely career revival after seeming to be dormant… Continue Reading “New Music – Christmas Prodigy”

New Music – Bo Knows

Flying off the rails of one of my favorite team-ups in 2021, Boldy James and The Alchemist jump together not playing a two-player game of Madden, but as an arcade duo going gold on Tecmo Bowl. Games aside, the newest project from Boldy James… Continue Reading “New Music – Bo Knows”

New Music – Break Through Earth

For fans of the psychedelic turmoil that exists to be Thee Oh Sees, frontman John Dwyer bends time and space with his solo career. Devoid of much direction, Gong Splat is the newest endeavor that transfers improvisational play styles to the forefront of performance.… Continue Reading “New Music – Break Through Earth”

New Music – The Blurred Lines Of Love

Something that has been on my personal list to discuss for an almost incredible amount of time, Lost Horizons’ In Quiet Moments is one of the most elusive and luxurious records to hit 2021. The piece formed by Cocteau Twins’ own Simon Raymonde and… Continue Reading “New Music – The Blurred Lines Of Love”

New Music – The Hip Joint

It’s been a long time coming that Your Old Droog would surprise audiences with one more drop before 2021 was coming to a close. The lord of ad-libs and challenging intricacies,  Space Bar quickly makes the last-minute mark for being one of the strongest… Continue Reading “New Music – The Hip Joint”

New Music – Baggy Greens Bastards

Maybe it was the white boots from Big Attraction or the tenacity that the mullet-bearing sideshow seemed to harness to their advantage. In any rate, Amyl And The Sniffers immediately spoke to the punk ear with piles of bodies all in a rage to… Continue Reading “New Music – Baggy Greens Bastards”

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