Tag: Misc. Day

Misc. Day – In The Pigments

Shattering like the valves within the heart, the blood pumps through Black Marble’s 2012 record, A Different Arrangement which gives feeling of both constriction and immense space within the same dish. Almost like two separate hands that hold two pills, one reveals a world… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – In The Pigments”

Misc. Day – Shedding Skin

Crawling like the mighty king cobra, Haram from Armand Hammer and The Alchemist is a surprising joint record that gives a new perspective to the bi-coastal crushers. With the shocking cover art of two pig heads completely severed from the body, a butcher shop… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – Shedding Skin”

Misc. Day – Moon Cycles

Though formatted as a series of singles, PRODUCT by the Glasgow-born producer, SOPHIE is an engaging 26-minute mix of razor-edged wire walking between bubbly pop and electronic instrumentational breaking. Opening with “BIPP,” the 2015 project gives feelings of immense dance motion between the cracking… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – Moon Cycles”

Misc. Day – Divine Vines

The symbol becoming more iconic than the sound itself, the upside-down peace sign that Californian destroyers, Trash Talk dawn becomes a sigil of disobedience and defiance. On their 2011 EP release Awake, there is a balance on the scales that teeter more into the… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – Divine Vines”

Misc. Day – Mellow Out

It started with the now-disbanded collective Odd Future that sold a quarter million off just socks alone led by Tyler, The Creator, and featured some of the strongest potential talents in hip-hop sound. While the main stages followed Frank Ocean, Earl Sweatshirt, and Tyler,… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – Mellow Out”

Misc. Day – Oh Shit! You’re Dead!

An elusive figure in the cosmic realm of sonics, Flying Lotus or known as his alter ego Captain Murphy draws a majority of influence from jazz and the strength of pure live instrumentation. On his 2014 release, You’re Dead! gives way into the mind… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – Oh Shit! You’re Dead!”

Misc. Day – Bad Acid Trip

Though only a duo, consisting of Brian Gibson and Brian Chippendale; the Thrill Jockey incorporated group Lightning Bolt is electrifying on their sixth studio record, Fantasy Empire. Like an indescribable bad acid trip, Lightning Bolt has to be experienced to really get a grasp… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – Bad Acid Trip”

Misc. Day – Obsidian Ambitions

Vegyn has perpetually been involved with being the outsider on most of the recent spins for records as an associated artist that is related to the main personal inflow. Whether JPEGMAFIA or Archy Marshall, there is something underlyingly connecting about the oxygen tank that… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – Obsidian Ambitions”

Misc. Day – BLEEDING MADONNA

Like a panic attack waiting to happen, LINGUA IGNOTA is based entirely around tension. Similar to a third-act of your favorite horror movie, CALIGULA is the anxiety built up and prepared to explode on the screen, capturing both the glimmer of knives and the… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – BLEEDING MADONNA”

Misc. Day – Melted Wicker

Through the stained iris of Baton Rouge’s Thou and Los Angeles’ Emma Ruth Rundle, there is a real beauty to isolation. Their 2020 release May Our Chambers Be Full was one of the strongest releases of the year and came through to hold an… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – Melted Wicker”

Misc. Day – Love One Another

From the inception of the ravaging percussive crunch coming from the backburner of HEALTH’s metallic and synthetic world, VOL. 4 :: SLAVES OF FEAR is meant to inflict pain; but not on the listener. Surprisingly, HEALTH actually is able to break the chains set… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – Love One Another”

Misc. Day – Training In Dakar

There is more to be said about the history of Blue Note Records than there can be said about the importance of American History. The way that the record label operated and opened in 1939 and was home to Cannonball Adderley, Art Blakey, Miles… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – Training In Dakar”

Misc. Day – Fall Into A

Future; the place where Cities Aviv resides, sometimes borders on both the avant-garde and reality. Where paint melts but at the same time creates a rippling effect of distorted beauty. On their 2015 collaborative project with Collect Records, Your Discretion Is Trust becomes unique… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – Fall Into A”

Misc. Day – East Village Wizards

In this overexpanding age of punk influence that clashes like metallic boulders into rap and electronic production, Bob Vylan holds a special mantle in the hearts of crust everywhere. Originating from London, the extremely British accents that shine through the microphone like Ian Dury’s… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – East Village Wizards”

Misc. Day – Tenement Kings

Precursors to punk rock and new wave are able to form the foundation for bands like Shitty Life that combine the free-based writing and guitar work on their 2018 release Switch Off Your Head similar to the work of screaming gods. Opening with 12… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – Tenement Kings”

Misc. Day – Lavender Swirl

Don’t let the fast breakneck bass and percussive combination fool you, at first glance; Hunger For A Way Out by Sweeping Promises is smooth to the touch and immediately an injection of serotonin from the cold world. The bedroom pop begins from the inception… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – Lavender Swirl”

Misc. Day – Atlanta’s Snowman

Yeene-enno that when Jeezy is able to step through the hallowed concrete cemetery disguised as Atlanta and into the living room of the listener on Trap Or Die 3, he is able to establish himself as the alpha male in the room. With a… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – Atlanta’s Snowman”

Misc. Day – Unknown Ether

Detroit was once the pinnacle of an automotive industry but in the backing always had this underlying vein of musical talent that rose to the top as a bubbling cream in a cup of scorching coffee. With the Bruiser Brigade that helped put names… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – Unknown Ether”

Misc. Day – Desecration

From the initial inner workings of the harsh building synths and atmospheric percussion that is more spacious than the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, Altar Of Plagues on their third and final recorded venture are able to constrict and nearly abolish light on… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – Desecration”

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