Tag: New Music

New Music – The 7th Seal

Surprises can come in all types of packages, but with Gatecreeper they decide to go for maximum impact while keeping the serving size small. On their newest release, An Unexpected Reality is an early set star for one of the best records of 2021.… Continue Reading “New Music – The 7th Seal”

New Music – Send A Postcard

Your Old Droog has undergone these musical transitions since first appearing on the personal radar with Kinison. As his 2019 string of trifecta-esque championship run with It Wasn’t Even Close, Transportation, and finally Jewelry; there were always moments of Eastern European flair that never… Continue Reading “New Music – Send A Postcard”

New Music – Paint The Town Red

Man… for a record that seemed to have the entire world on standby just waiting to even sniff out some of the snippets that floated around the internet, Whole Lotta Red splits favored opinions like a red sea. Playboi Carti who rose to fame… Continue Reading “New Music – Paint The Town Red”

New Music – A Christmas Miracle

There are some moments where too many cooks in the kitchen can actually be a positive thing. In the case of Future and Lil Uzi Vert on Pluto X Baby Pluto, the spaceship takes off and seems to be a cascading dream that was… Continue Reading “New Music – A Christmas Miracle”

New Music – Iron Will

Often times black metal relies more on the creation of the still pattern that is steady and more ingrained with the motive of being a séance rather than any sort of intricate work. Akhlys is able to change that and become more frightening and… Continue Reading “New Music – Iron Will”

New Music – Halloween On Christmas

“Candlesticks in the dark visions of bodies being burned” was a bar from Geto Boys that was striking enough to replay in the mind even far after “Mind Playing Tricks On Me” ended. Now nearly 30 years after the initial release, clipping. who has… Continue Reading “New Music – Halloween On Christmas”

New Music – Put Me To Sleep

Public Acid isn’t just what needs to be implemented into the school system but is perhaps one of the more illustrative acts of 2020. For only being available over six tracks and a total of nine minutes, Condemnation EP is a powerhouse of punk… Continue Reading “New Music – Put Me To Sleep”

New Music – The Witching Hour

Somewhere out in the Californian desert lies a coven, or a conglomeration of members known as the Death Valley Girls who were infectious enough to catch the eyes of Iggy Pop and just about any ears they come across. On their newest record, Under… Continue Reading “New Music – The Witching Hour”

New Music – Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner

The alter-ego of one of the greatest producers to ever touch an MPC, The Food Villain coming from The Alchemist is almost too gourmet for your greasy paws. It spins along with the vinyl player like silk but has the appearance of two pounds… Continue Reading “New Music – Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner”

New Music – Garden Of Eden

From the thick bass snaps on the strings to the childish but incredibly charismatic instrumental breaks, Enjoy almost always packs something to be highlighted with each release. On Sessions With A Nasty Old Tree, the nostalgic emotional wash is almost reminiscent of a time… Continue Reading “New Music – Garden Of Eden”

New Music – Basket Weaver            

Two masters of atmosphere and grim undertones, Emma Ruth Rundle and Thou are established partners in an endless wave of misery. Whether the rough grinding from Thou that acts as punishing as it is enticing or the enthralling crawl to shimmering instrumentation from Rundle;… Continue Reading “New Music – Basket Weaver            “

New Music – You Will Love Each Other

HEALTH has always been closely related to some of the better industrial sounds of the current landscape through digital media. Now, when they combine with essentially four to five personal favorites at one time and a dozen innovative artists at once, the recipe instantly… Continue Reading “New Music – You Will Love Each Other”

New Music – I Just Wanted To Shine

“God mimics the sun,” describes AA Rashid on WHO MADE THE SUNSHINE, the opening to the continuously sprawling catalog from Westside Gunn. Coming off a technical studio debut from Gunn on Shady Records, it moves the portrayal of Buffalo city kids onto the main… Continue Reading “New Music – I Just Wanted To Shine”

New Music – Without A Face

The flames of hell are often so polarizing that they appear to burn cold rather than scorch; as bodies turn to shock and begin to decompose, EYES plays the soundtrack. With their debut record Underperformer, pulverizing and being crushed under the weight of your… Continue Reading “New Music – Without A Face”

New Music – Pale Ghost

Antichrist Superstar, Alien from the AIDS of space, or the Pale Emperor, finding a clear name for Marilyn Manson over the past 26 years of being in the public eye always twirls back to this gothic, near Hammer Films level of graphic sensibility. Feared… Continue Reading “New Music – Pale Ghost”

🅩 WEEK OF FRANK ZAPPA – DAY THREE 🅩

Let’s Go Joe Yes indeed, here we are at the final leg of the three-part saga known as Joe’s Garage. While both Act II and Act III were released on the same disc, it is vital to realize the differences that each section holds.… Continue Reading “🅩 WEEK OF FRANK ZAPPA – DAY THREE 🅩”

New Music – Good Luck Out There

With the ever-changing façade of Thee Oh Sees, or Oh Sees, or to now being just Osees, the cosmic molding reality that the band takes hold of is fascinating. Through their newest record, Protean Threat is a manipulative and angry child at heart that truly has some experimental breaking within… Continue Reading “New Music – Good Luck Out There”

New Music – Reflected Glass

Angel Olsen is an artist that no matter the record can have a distinct undertone that both absorbs the blow of loneliness, but also creates a deeper layer of isolation. On her latest 11 track record, Whole New Mess is less about falling apart,… Continue Reading “New Music – Reflected Glass”

New Music – Too Loud For Us To Hear

“It demands our attention,” coming from the opening track “Beneath The Earths Crust” might be the most fitting description of the New Jersey mutant squad, Ho99o9 (Horror). The genre-blending group of two (Eaddy and TheOGM) but often times three (includes Brandon Pertzborn) is a perfected blend of punk roots that… Continue Reading “New Music – Too Loud For Us To Hear”

New Music – We Used To

The reflective past that Griselda Records can hold through their main staples Westside Gunn, Conway, and Benny The Butcher are slowly becoming households name in hip-hop. There is another lyricist though that lives amongst the Detroit thunder and crashing of machine, Boldy James, and… Continue Reading “New Music – We Used To”

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