Tag: Classic Day

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…

Classic Day – Kicking, Screaming, Burning

Raging from the city that spanned the White Panther Party resistance team and one of the biggest industries for backbones; Negative Approach has no comprehension of the word mercy. The group was a fast and loose punk band that achieved a national ranking for…

Classic Day – Orchestrated Chaos

For the unknown and misunderstood workings of Joseph Jarman, the untrained ear might hear a slop of unorganized noise that transfers into freeform jazz. To the trained ear, it might just be the same thing as Jarman showcases through his 1991 release, Inheritance. A…

Classic Day – Out Of The Shadows

In one of the greatest ages of “sad boi” music comes Morrissey’s Viva Hate. Not only has this record helped more broken-hearted adolescents and early adults than crying into a well of tears, but the music behind the golden age of Morrissey helps heal…

Classic Day – A Means To An End

As the hammer strikes down upon the steaming anvil, creating a blast of confusion for a moment; the industrial reigns take hold on the room engulfing everything in a blackened, crisp smoke. The smoke takes a similar stance to Nine Inch Nails on their…

Classic Day – Fingers In The Socket

With a recording process that seems to be formed in the deepest, yet most exhilarating moments of punk rock basements; Le Shok is an original. The group that formed under Long Beach, Californian nights and had a lo-fi sensibility before the wave and ages…

Classic Day – Pages In Obscurity

Between the pages of comic book descriptions and black flags against societies common formalities; lies The Freeze. A Cape Cod punk/new-wave representative with a big mouth. While the band would never reach national recognition, their 1983 release simply titled Land Of The Lost would…

Classic Day – Trip To The Congo

Without a doubt, Walter Wanderley has been placed within the hands of just about everyone who has ever rode in an elevator, watched Adult Swim on television, or ever ventured out into the great wide world of the internet. The iconic structure that Wanderley…

Classic Day – Beware Of Man

The age of especially long jazz-fusion hip-hop records were the thing in the early 2000’s. That was an era of man that decided that 25-total tracks was the best approach to engrain power to the ears. Jedi Mind Tricks with their second release, Violent…

Classic Day – In Bloom and Out of Tune

Those four-count drum clicks that start off the overwhelming success of Nirvana’s In Utero, one of the many albums that will live in infamy for its working with one of the largest rock groups of modern history, but also the sound that it spawned….

Classic Day – The Kids Will Will Have Their Say

Innovation at its peak always requires a change in the atmosphere. Music and art as a generalization is very similar to a pair of clothes, they cannot be the same day after day and must be changed. Through Minor Threat’s youthful title of Salad…

Classic Day – The Dueling Loves

“Wish I knew why I’m so in love with you” Nancy Wilson exclaims on the opening moments of her persuasive beauty split record with Cannonball Adderley. The two who were well known for creating their own illustrative and vivid styles behind the microphone and…

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