Gotta love early 80s hardcore production — drums teetering between the lowest of lofi and those boomy, ultra reverby space drums the 80s are notorious for. Record production from the 90s onward just got too clean. NOFX covered this on their 2011 “obscure hardcore covers” EP, but their production was just way too clean. This is sweet trashy thrash. You can’t spell “thrash” without “trash.” Yum, garbage.
Very chill. Kind of reminds me of Sepalcure, minus the sparse, skittering drums.
Gorgeous jam. Definitely feels like a haunting proto-Radiohead English epic.
I meant to type 2015 in the title, but 1995 is what came out of my hands. I’m keeping it that way.
very, very energetic UK melodic hardcore from the end of the 80s, with gritty snarled vocals, almost like motörhead meets early rancid meets late 80s arena thrash (for lack of a better description). rad as hell.
These sorting algorithms make cool sounds and I can’t imagine any escape from my brain and the circumstances of my life besides death.
Check out Conway’s Game of Life, emulated using… Conway’s Game of Life.
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.
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.