Friday, April 29, 2011

Beastie Boys: Fight For Your Right Revisited (Full Version)

This is damn incredible. I can only dream that one day I'll be making even radder shit +obvious stunt doubles and dolls.. and that one guy from that one movie

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Teebs - Ardour (2010)

I remember this one time..or I guess few days where I spent hours trying to find his Tropics EP, and goddamn was it satisfying when I finally got it. What's even more satisfying is this damn album. fresh fresh shit right here. quite a few rehashed songs (double fifths, humming birds, etc)  from Tropics but done above and beyond, more than likely attributed not only to the experience he he had gained by the time this released but to the equipment Brainfeeder hooked him up with. dunno, listen for yourself, I of course recommend the hell out of this -

Jeremiah Jae - Vertical Pupils

Sunday, April 24, 2011

The Appleseed Cast - Middle States EP (2011)

Uhh few things. turns out last post was our 100th! Kickass. haven't been updating regularly for two stupid reasons, stress and nostalgia.. pretty much only been listening to the stuff posted on here the last few weeks. but I'll always break the cycle for a name I'm familiar with or uh I would consider synonymous with quality. these guys are one of these such names - - reposting

I may like Three Rivers a bit more but i'll not have you listening to another 14 minutes song on here, especially if it ain't Jesu

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Cass McCombs - Wit's End (2011)

Believe it or not, this guy has got some ambitions. trying to hit 3,000 views within this month, a nice leak should help that out. goddamn more people would be coming if i could only update daily, been working on shit of my own..i'll show yall once the drums and tremolo picking are put on.. hahah rambling, anyhow -

Monday, April 18, 2011

Gravediggaz - 6 Feet Deep (1997)

lol i forgot where i got this, think i had been following a trail of links while in a rap mood back when i had first found out about Odd Future. drove down to the kinda country on a foggy day while blasting this to go to film class, was very pleasantly surprised -

Growing - Lateral (2008)

mannn, the times i've had with this album and Vision Swim, it really contains it's own experience within - the song first contact is a personal favorite but posting it here, and it being the first song you hear would completely take away from how it arrives

Loscil - Untitlied (2010)

Dude put this up on his bandcamp not so long ago.. it's uh course, pretty awesome -

Ólafur Arnalds - Eulogy for Evolution (2007)

Icelandic, minimalist, (kinda post rocky) compositions. you've probably got some of his newer stuff but this is the first album, and just as good, have some productive fun -

Volcano Choir - Unmap (2008)

You, uh, probably already know about this.. dude from Bon Iver blablah way more on the electronic side -

Fire On Fire - The Orchard (2008)

Oh man where have I been - 

A Silver Mount Zion - The Triumph of Our Tired Eyes

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Airspace Falling - Written in Waters (2011)

This asshole needs to stick to graphic design haha nah, I like it. Really nice minimal droney churn here. Can vibe with this a ton, reminds me of a lot of the slower jams I try to make when I'm by myself. Attention drawn to laying in the blankets of sound being produced with each note and chord. Have to say I especially like track 3 'Landmark Charred'. As before I'd suggest just going to his Bandcamp and working your way towards that track that the one afterwards where it all explodes. "Shake your ass, thank me later" - Based God

Ghost Mountain - ? (2010?)

The above isn't the album art, just some picture i took in the city a few weeks ago. Man idk on this one, zune shuffle is weird, you know what i'm talking about if you have one.. so i'm driving around listening to Black Moth, Boards, and like Caribou and this comes up out of nowhere. don't know when or where I got it. can't find anything about it online. but it's alright, reminds me a lot of BMSR it has a few...every track that has that rapper dude on it, I'd rather he wasn't but the beats and sounds behind it sound real nice so I just zone him out. then again I don't really like Yoni Wolf so I could be biased. Also a bunch of the other songs don't all sound like the one below, a few are ambientish.. anyhow -

The World is a Beautiful Place & I am No Longer Afraid to Die - Formlessness EP (2010)

Straight up one of the lamest band names since Casiotone For The Painfully Alone,
but a pretty stellar and brief post-rock influenced Northeast emo EP.

Trouble Books - The United Colors of Trouble Books (2009)

Warm ambient pop, sincere and comfortable.
Was told it was "like Mount Eerie with electronics",
it's not like that all. But it's good.

Power Animal - People Songs (2010)

Organic experimental voice sample bedroom.
But mainly interesting pop.

Tuesday, April 5, 2011