Tag: Miscellaneous Day

Misc. Day – Overbearing Lust

It is something your girlfriend will hate and your parents will not understand, it is Pittsburgh’s own Drug Lust with their 2013 release, Dusted 7”.The small, but filling EP contains just about everything that would be needed from a hardcore punk release. The overdriven…

Misc. Day – Fatal Attraction

It was the name originally that brought Sweet Reaper into the limelight, but the music that made a fair stance with their 2017 release, Street Sweeper. With its wave-heavy punk music, the surfing guitars that coast between the ins-and-outs of California, and the focus…

Misc. Day – Abstraction

Yazz Ahmed captures in an essence, an abstraction from traditional jazz music. Creating a reliance and relationship on the atmospheric, Ahmed creates intrigue behind her music with a hint of sensory unawareness that has the listener playing a victim in the sound. The spirit…

Misc. Day – To Fall and Stagger

Music can transport a listener to a million different places in a short amount of time, with the metallic corridors of the deep dungeons, the high flying birds in the sky, or the smoke filled room of a jazz bar. Dreams and Daggers by…

Misc. Day – Young Varg

Black metal and hardcore hip-hop, two entirely different sides of the musical coin. In a strange, almost perfectly twisted manner; the two can combine and create one of the most intriguing, Frankenstein monsters of atmosphere and assault through sound. In a black metal fist…

Misc. Day – Castle Shadows

Ignorant music is one of those guilty pleasures that holds such a high place in my heart. It is such an ugly side of music that attracts me and is just as gritty as the dirty streets of the city in the late nights….

Misc. Day – Vanilla Sundae

Punk has been killing it for years in the music industry from the roots, but never before has an influx of righteous artwork and aggressive nature felt so cheerful. The simple, but catchy riffs resemble an anger of Black Flag’s earliest work with a…

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…

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