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Misc. Day – 2409 Shady Avenue

In a frantic flashback to 2012, the cramped, almost 5×5 bedroom where pot smoke and noise that can resemble a track, but can’t be ultimately pinpointed can be found. The middle school dwelling somewhere outside the city limits of Pittsburgh had 10 to a… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – 2409 Shady Avenue”

Misc. Day – Ovr Yu

The immense disparity that can occur in instrumental music is a turning point to introduce sound that is both fascinating through sonic approach and texture. The layering that Holy Other can encapsulate and then conquer with is not only a fascinating section of land… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – Ovr Yu”

Misc. Day – Underneath The Lake

Producing closer for a horror film masterpiece rather than the mosh pits they are accustomed to, Cloud Rat from Michigan has a stance to make with their 2019 release, Do Not Let Me Off The Cliff. An impressive display of sorrow and dark-wave sound taps into… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – Underneath The Lake”

Misc. Day – バンシー

Bones has spent years adapting to the woodlands known as musical landscapes and has been able to circumvent the exclusivity of a record contract, creating his own trail through the darkened wilderness. Sometimes by gaslight, sometimes by burning campfires, Banshee is Bones’ versatile predator-prey… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – バンシー”

Misc. Day – Comedic Footprint

Wyatt Shears is not just 1/2 of The Garden with his twin brother Fletcher Shears but also dives into his own separate full-length project with experimentalism as the basis for creation. Enjoy, while being less refined than their joint venture, has staples of surf-rock but… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – Comedic Footprint”

Misc. Day – Stygian Dusk

Deserts can be one of the most inspiring pieces of biomes that inhabit not just sprawling landscapes with areas shaped by years of erosion, but the desolation factor is at times, unbearable. Holy Death channels this unsustainable environment, molding much of the Mojave into… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – Stygian Dusk”

Misc. Day – Tasmanian Geographic

2011 was a fascinating year for personal growth, but truly the timeframe is iconic for the burst of Death Grips and their debut record, Exmilitary. If going by year, this would have to be the most personally influential record that shattered the borders of… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – Tasmanian Geographic”

Misc. Day – Classes For The Occult

Foreboding is a term of endearment to describe the black metal and atmospheric hell that Dark Buddha Rising is able to embody. Like a living, breathing representation of The Testament Of Solomon, a commanding force of spiritual energy of both malicious and infectious comes… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – Classes For The Occult”

Misc. Day – Monday Morning

Where the man appears to feel as if he was on Mars, so far removed from the general principle of society is when an artist can dig hands into the dirt and come out with something resembling worth. On LIL BIG MAN, Maxo is… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – Monday Morning”

Misc. Day – Synthetic Hell

Machine Girl is the musical equivalent of smashing your dome into the shatterproof plexiglass walls that stands as freedom beyond the inside minds of chaos. Every second on U-Void Synthesizer is loud and bombastic, but a belligerent mess that becomes grimier with each dissection.… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – Synthetic Hell”

Misc. Day – Silky Ink

There are moments in a musician’s career where they hit a peak for both popularity and musical expertise in creating a defined sound. With Future, it seems that he has had nothing but peaks throughout his long-spanning onslaught. But it was with his 2015… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – Silky Ink”

Misc. Day – Rainfall Comes

A technical playstyle for a jazz musician is often-times, the first initial piece of the fragmented puzzle that sticks out to the audience. Instead, Jeff Parker is a master of crafting atmosphere and orchestrating his own multi-instrumentalist ability into a seam where substance can… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – Rainfall Comes”

Misc. Day – Love Letter To Psychedelia

In an age where history is just a click away, Brigid Dawson & The Mothers Network is this deeply rooted fascination with 60’s psychic ability through sound. The vibrating walls that shine through on Ballet Of Apes kicks off to be a fever dream… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – Love Letter To Psychedelia”

Misc. Day – Jimmie Walker

Zelooperz is the walking equivalent of a painter with a twist that is able to combine his love for canvas with the love for rhyming. A member of the Detroit collective Bruiser Brigade, Zelooperz jumps into 2019 with his fifth release, Dyn-O-Mite. Opening with… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – Jimmie Walker”

Misc. Day – Spellbound

A Spell For The Death Of Man by Woe is a record that from the inceptive moments burns as this raging effigy, translating distress and abyss-like dread into the forefront of the 42-minute long drag. When the pieces of hammer-smashed judgment finally reaches a… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – Spellbound”

Misc. Day – T.V. Eye

Since those first moments of hearing his self-titled King Krule work, Archy Marshall has subtly crept his way into one of the most daunting, but relatable artists through both beautifully sequenced and horribly sunken sound. While his solo work was never at the forefront… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – T.V. Eye”

Misc. Day – Memphis Under Pressure

When crossing the ancient art of juggin’ and finessin’, then combining the skill of creating an oftentimes intricate story that can move crowds, you get the Memphis team-up of Idontknowjeffery and Xavier Wulf. While they have toured together, been on tracks together, never have… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – Memphis Under Pressure”

Misc. Day – From Our Home

The beauty of music is how it can transpire physical barriers of border and leap bounds across the planet to connect creatives in a matter of seconds with the internet. While many Americans could probably never even point Belarus out on a map, Molchat… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – From Our Home”

Misc. Day – Killing Fields

Through the albumin paper toned with gold that surrounds the cover arts of Cobalt, they frequently explore these backwoods and historical tones that somehow transpires effortlessly into metal. With pigments of dull forest greens, harsh dirt browns, and yellows that bleed off the Rorschach,… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – Killing Fields”

Misc. Day – Soundtrack To Suicide

If existential misery could be defined as one singular record, it would be Scorn by Primitive Man. The way that this record swells under the listener through dramatic tension and segueing pain, creates an underlying form of beauty within blackened, lifeless eyes. Essentially the… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – Soundtrack To Suicide”

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