This rips! Cool hybrid metal / hardcore, just heavy as shit and blisteringly fast. Bradical.
Oy vey, this is a shredfest. I can definitely see this album being a blueprint for powerviolence and grindcore. Gritty bootleg cassette production and blast beats for days, rad.
Cool. Very pretty. Mental agony every day and dreams of ending the experience permanently, despite knowing the agony it would cause for those who love me. The death of everyone who has ever known you. My dad insisting free will exists. Not believing entirely in free will myself. A caption that I cannot imagine why anyone besides myself would ever read. Very nice piece of music though.
Ripping!! Super-obscure late-70s punk rock n’ roll from the underground Denver scene. Special thank you to the 2009 compilation “Rocky Mountain Low” for introducing me to so many amazing bands / songs I never would’ve heard of otherwise.
Super chill jazz vibes. I swear there’s a part in here where the piano is playing the M*A*S*H theme, but I could be encrunkened.
Bonus: Some more very smooth jazz, this being more trumpet-centric.
No explanation necessary. Which do you prefer, the “hoo-hoo” or the “tweet tweet?” Earlier in my life I would probably have considered myself a “hoo-hoo” man, but as I get older, I’m finding myself more in agreement with the “tweet tweet” camp.
This is great. I didn’t know a single thing about John Daly, but I feel like this video gives me a solid summary, and the tune is admittedly catchy. Rad. Hit the ball two miles like it’s going out of style.
Here’s a nice, jamming Kinks record from 1968 for you.
Radical. Capital STEEZ (Jamal Dewar) died of suicide in 2012. Here is another artist’s response to his death: