Wednesday, April 20, 2011
1. Fitting In
Here is a 3 track demo from 2 or so years ago by a local band that was by people I knew.
Influenced by the likes of man is the bastard, no comment, dropdead, noothgrush.
If you like industrial sounding hardcore, or bands like cult ritual this should be up your disgusting alley.
I saw this band place once and I'm glad that I did.
Do they still exist? probably not.
Tuesday, April 19, 2011
1. Sarah, Send Your Driver
2. Chinese Coffee Torture
3. Everyday Doops
Pop Punk band from New York.
This is the bands demo from 2009... if you like their stuff i think they did a split with "Captain, We're Sinking" in late 2010.
Influences: Hot Water Music, Dillinger Four, The Lawrence Arms, Kid Dynamite, Jawbreaker, The Bouncing Souls, Latterman, Potboiler...
Thursday, April 14, 2011
Wednesday, April 13, 2011
4. The Fall
Hank Wood & The Hammerheads
6. White People
7. Killer Waves
8. Thrilling Murder
9. The Mountain or the Moon
10. Hey Little Child (Alex Chilton)
12. Gates of Steel (Devo)
Byrds of Paradise
14. Home And Garden
Dawn of Humans
15. Destroy I
16. It As One
New York Rules is a compilation tape put out this year by Burn Books.
It features 2 songs respectively from 8 bands, some you may know already and others may be new for your dirty ears. I had only heard half of the bands myself, and I am really liking the ones that I hadn't.
Overall this tape has a good mix of sounds that are: rockin', hardcore punk, punk with surf sounding guitars, psychedelic rock and creep punks.
A bit of everything really, which is what a compilation tape should be.
Want to hold something hard in your hand?
Here you go big boy!
2. Tinctures Are 90% Alcohol
3. People I Live With
4. Down in Denver
A rough 7 inch recording
Shorebirds where a short lived DIY punk band from Olympia, WA
formed in 2004, featuring Matt Canino (guitar/vocals, ex-Latterman), Chris Bauermeister (bass, ex-Jawbreaker)
I've been jammin' Latterman related bands lately and i'll be sure to upload more soon...
Monday, April 11, 2011
1. Dahmer Does Hollywood
2. Perfect Wife
4. Infamous Butcher
Amigo The Devil was first brought to my attention thanks to SDG, he also posted the demo tracks on here a while back.
Danny Kiranos is the solo artist behind it all who delivers some really great lyrics combined with banjo and or guitar along with the occasional usage of organ/piano on a few tracks which makes for some really dark feelin' storytellin'.
"Dahmer Does Hollywood" and "Perfect Wife" featured on the demo, and "Infamous Butcher" is a re-working of the song "Imachination" - it is vastly different from the original, so both tracks should be taken as stand alone pieces.
The two new tracks on this are great too, and has me looking forward to any further material from Amigo The Devil.
Purchase it here