Sunday, 28 March 2010

hymie's basement-s/t

What the fuck is anticon? I've no idea, but it seems to label this record so I'm all for it. 2 guys rapping over awesome indie-ish beats. As expected, lyrical content on this one is on the intellectual side. Do enjoy, this might be the last post for some time, exams coming up.


Thursday, 25 March 2010

Double post: Abominable Putridity + At The Drive-In

I won't be posting again for a while so here's my way of compensating. The first is a brutal/slam death metal record I've been listening to obsessively for the past week and the 2nd is probably one of the greatest post-hardcore albums ever recorded. Enjoy people!

Monday, 22 March 2010

Vomit The Soul

Here's an excellent Italian B.D.M. band I've very recently started listening to. Great technical riffs and some fantastic groovy slams (none of that wigger bullshit here). Here's the album Apostles of Inexpression.

Saturday, 20 March 2010

Venomous Concept/324 Split EP

Great split, quick fix.

EDIT: link not active anymore, check comments.


I've yet to listen to this new release due to school-work, will probably post up a proper review upon playing it through later on this week. In the meantime, enjoy

Tuesday, 16 March 2010

Human Harvest

I'm back to my usual rotation of sick, twisted music so allow me to share. I love this band.

Thursday, 11 March 2010

R.I.P. Biggie

Biggie Smalls is probably the greatest MC of all time and this is widely considered to be his magnum opus.

Sunday, 7 March 2010


What a lazzzzyyy evening. And what better music to compliment it with than this?


The Chasm

The Chasm is one of the death metal gems that one wishes they had heard of earlier. I haven't listened to some good DM in quite some time but I'm happy to say that this band reignited my interest in the genre. This is some good Mexican DM. Enjoy.

Friday, 5 March 2010

the clientele-the violet hour

"The Clientele are an exercise in exquisitely crafted soporific nostalgia. For the last five years this London-based three-piece have been etching hazily melodic slices of guitar-pop in 60s-tinted hues, releasing an armful of singles and EPs, some of which were collated on 2001’s Suburban Light, before climaxing with last year’s five-song Lost Weekend EP. Such are The Clientele’s gifts that its hard to
believe The Violet Hour is only their debut album; few bands with more impressive vintages and prolific back-catalogues have managed to make records as touching, cohesive and deeply seeped in their own character as The Clientele have here."

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