Tag: Miscellaneous Day

Misc. Day – Rapid Declining

Sometimes the best approach can be the one that requires the least amount of planning. Skull Cult is a band that rushes into the audience with a full force and belligerent attitude with some areas of New Wave improvement on a Punk sound. Braindead… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – Rapid Declining”

Misc. Day – Burial Tones

Somewhat bordering on tones of black metal, the other hand which balances on droning and noise like two sides of a scale. Together, Chaos Echœs culminate and obsess over misdirection through their sound. They take transfers of power, mostly through Ecstasy With The Nonexistents… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – Burial Tones”

MISC. DAY – Alice In Neverland

Chicago has been a birthplace for an immense level of expertise and prowess toward music, especially in jazz and hip-hop. From the city’s champions like Kanye or Chief Keef, LUCKI deserves a spot on the Mount Rushmore of sound. His newest project WAKE UP… Continue Reading “MISC. DAY – Alice In Neverland”

Misc. Day – Virtual Lifeline

Diversity in sound, specifically jazz and funk becomes an element that is irreplaceable to each record. With Telemakus on The New Heritage, much of that newfound beauty comes from the guest instrumentalists and improvisational skills that each member withholds. They begin the 14 track… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – Virtual Lifeline”

Misc. Day – Fashion In Danger

Since the dawn of man, there has been this fascination with the near-death experience. Take SPY as an example; the California killers that together are a Zodiac of hardcore. Sending messages to the audience instead of the police or press, SPY is the rambunctious… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – Fashion In Danger”

Misc. Day – Captive By Contempt

A beautiful aura to the grace of freeform and fusion jazz, Trust In The Lifeforce Of The Deep Mystery by The Comet Is Coming becomes an exemplary piece to focus the attention on. Released in 2019, the trio headed by Betamax, Danalogue The Conqueror,… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – Captive By Contempt”

Misc. Day – T-grrrL Punx

12 tracks in under ten minutes is an explementary reason why Twompsax can march straight from our punk rocks dreams and into our punk rock hearts. Headed by Cher Strauberry as the main vocalist and writer of the group, much of the beauty that… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – T-grrrL Punx”

Misc. Day – Buried Beneath Guilt

Moments, before man is reduced into an unrecognizable pile of atoms, the sounds of Këkht Aräkh, will descend and grant them a lifetime of sound in mere moments. Pale Swordsman is the 2021 release stemming from Ukrainian spawned but Polish-based Këkht Aräkh. The black metal… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – Buried Beneath Guilt”

Misc. Day – Funeral Promenade

The blurred lines between genre especially in subgenres becomes harder and harder to identify with each passing day. The Silver is a band that can border on the ugliness of black metal elements while keeping some melodic styles as some of the overtones. The… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – Funeral Promenade”

Misc. Day – Ebony Armor

It only seems to be a fitting beginning to the incoming harsh winter months to hunker down and immediately listen to nothing but drum and bass EDM for the next consecutive 2,000 hours. At the top of the food chain for that EDM love… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – Ebony Armor”

Misc. Day – Fade To Sleep

Like grains in the sand, Grouper rests among a bank of being trapped within a large, nearly overwhelming crowd. Somehow while surrounded, the isolative factor becomes more clear and pressing as their 12th studio record, Shade becomes overwhelming in its simplicity. Liz Harris is… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – Fade To Sleep”

Misc. Day – Is It Meme Culture?

I mean at this point, why wouldn’t anime and chainsaws enter the stratosphere of grindcore and being one of the strongest releases of the year. Yandere Chainsaw Regurgitation Factory is explosive on Out For Blood, their fifth project of the year. Surprisingly intricate for… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – Is It Meme Culture?”

Misc. Day – Huey P.

When the “P” stands for power in the ensemble, dj blackpower A.K.A. New York City’s own MIKE is the continuation of spoken word over stoned, but often cinematic loops and performances. Like a student film gone global, BLP2020: “King Of The Night” holds both… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – Huey P.”

Misc. Day – Breakbeat Surprise

EDM and dance music as a collective genre is something that never fully appealed to the ears personally, until realizing the energy that it holds in a live setting. Seeing strangers and bodies form to be one giant two-stepping conglomerate still strikes ecstasy into… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – Breakbeat Surprise”

Misc. Day – Etch To Flesh

Rumbling off in the distance as clouds crash together to orchestrate a tightly knit thunderous clap, Wormwitch is the blackened metal sacrifice of sound that combines both the horrors of dungeons and the excitement of immoral magic. Wolf Hex is the 2021 release from… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – Etch To Flesh”

Misc. Day – Hooked On Mach-Phonics

It started as this cult obsession over who was becoming the new favorite rapper’s favorite rapper. While MF DOOM and the likes of Jay-Z held those titles for what appears to be years, Mach-Hommy as a newcomer to sound is this generation’s golden lion.… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – Hooked On Mach-Phonics”

Misc. Day – Harrowing Strings

Fall into a comfortability as earth surrounds the audience, becoming a fade back into the dirt from which Alex Maas has come. In this mostly acoustic but incredibly layered delivery, Luca is the 2020 release that holds more doors closed on love and gives… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – Harrowing Strings”

Misc. Day – Pigeons Fly Sideways

With a name like Brad Stank, perhaps the initial idea of harsh shouts and destructive punk performances are the immediate flash to the brain. Instead, Stank is a gracious angelic bounce and shuffle to waking up next to your favorite partner, seeing the sunlight… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – Pigeons Fly Sideways”

Misc. Day – Rain Come Down

Built for a monsoon, Yves Tumor illustrates with their first experimental composition piece, When Man Fails You to be as a monument of both tension creation and redaction of claustrophobia and sound. When Man Fails You is ultimately this special record of 11 tracks,… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – Rain Come Down”

Classic Day – Motor City Is Burning

With most of the proto-punk bands that were raging through the late 1960s and early 1970s, MC5 is a band often at the precursor of the conversation. With an influence that stems into names like Iggy Pop and The Stooges, to riffs and powerhouse… Continue Reading “Classic Day – Motor City Is Burning”

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