So rad. The closest approximation of the original 1913 premiere that caused a near riot (accounts vary) because too many minds were being blown in the audience, or the two factions of the audience (traditionalists vs. progressives) were all twizted, or some other reasons. Look it up yourself. Also the origin of the name of the ripping Rites of Spring. Blah blah blah. Technology.com. I give this blog a 2.7 Pizzas out of 5 Soy Nuggets.
hashtag megazeux, hashtag den, hashtag khakis. some suuuuper rad early 80s punky power pop from miami. my neighbor told me about this band, i really hope it’s the band that she was talking about because it’s raddle daddle rad.
Growing up, I only knew the Beastie Boys’ hip hop / rap stuff. “Intergalactic” was one of the first songs that really got me into listening to music outside of SNES game soundtracks, MODs/S3Ms included in ZIP files of Megazeux worlds, and the stuff that appeared on MTV. Then I got into punk and like to believe I’ve been punk ever since (even though these days I dress like a narc and have more in common with Mitt Romney than GG Allin — “Son, I didn’t sell out, I bought in”). I heard “Mullet Head” ages ago and couldn’t believe it was the same band behind “Body Movin'” and “Intergalactic,” but then again, “Sabotage” always kind of defied classification, some bizarre hybrid of rock, rap, and funk, but super raw, not radio garbage like 311 or Limp Bizkit or whatever else. So imagine my surprise to hear these two EPs. It’s like an alternate universe Bad Brains / Minor Threat. It slays. It’s also nowhere near as commercially viable as their party-rap, so, no wonder it’s taken me this long to hear it. Thanks for clickin’. I’m middle-aged.