Monday, November 30, 2015
I realize this comp has been around on other blogs and such.
But fuck it! It's a killer compilation that continues to have the need to be played over and over.
Plus I was just reading about a book that came out about the club called "It All Dies Anyway: L.A. Jabberjaw, and the End of an Era" and it got me in the mood to hear this again.
So I'm sharing it cuz now you're thinking about it too. You're welcome.
Read this too.
(Mammoth Records - 1994)
DL: IT ALL DIES
Tuesday, November 24, 2015
Album number 2 of crazed-psychedelic-freek-noise-guerilla-warfare from Destruction Unit.
They sacrificed their ears to make this album. Will you lend them yours?
(Sacred Bones - 2015)
DL: NEGATIVE FEEDBACK
Monday, November 23, 2015
Its Todd doing a killer version of Karp's Forget the Minions. And Fuck its good!
There's 2 other songs on this tour only 7" version, which was limited to 500 copies on "insanely thick" blue vinyl, that kick all kinds of ass too. You need this. Trust me.
(Southern - 2007)
Wednesday, November 18, 2015
Les Spritz are from Messina, Italy...
They play a loud, chaotic and frantic style of instrumental pandemonium rock.
Similar to Dead, godheadSilo, and Lightning Bolt.
Like chewing on tin foil, while laying in a bathtub filled with water and toaster ovens and having an electric eel wrapped around you. Gaa-zaaap!
(Kaka Kids - 2015)
DL: LES SPRITZ
Tuesday, November 17, 2015
Mathy, noise rock from San Fran's A Minor Forest.
7 songs. One clocks in over 18 minutes.
Kinda Slint-y. Kinda June of 44-y. Kinda Jehu-y. Kinda Don Caballero-y.
C'mon, its 90s rock! So you know its good.
(Thrill Jockey - 1998)
Thursday, November 12, 2015
Tuesday, November 10, 2015
Homeless continues to crank out quality shit. No exception here.
Almost 2 decades after being recorded, hMAS unreleased album of lost recordings is finally smacking us in the face. Fuzzed out noisy garage punk.
(Homeless Records - 2015)
DL: FEAR GOD
Monday, November 9, 2015
Friday, November 6, 2015
I've seen this floating around on other blogs. Its a great record. Not sure why I didn't have it here before.
Anyway, Steve Albini engineered this record. Cool enough.
But I wanted to point out that Albini was on Marc Maron's WTF podcast recently.
And in the conversation, he mentioned this being one of his personal biggest records. Because
apparently one of the members had cancer, and decided to record this album with the remaining time he had left to live. Powerful shit right?
Its a good interview...I suggest checking it out on the WTF site/app. And listening to the whole story.
It made me go back and listen to this album with a different perspective.
DL: THE STRAIN