you've tried: punk music
now try: HUNK music
getting down with downer rock, a comprehensive guide
... my hand slipped
until i add more tomorrow, the lineup for the next week includes a bunch (and i do mean a bunch) of that late-60s/early 70s allllmost but not quite metal sound i can't get enough of
THE AXEMAN COMETH by WICKED LADY
... FOR THE WHOLE WORLD TO SEE by DEATH
JERUSALEM by JERUSALEM
WITCH by WITCH
ADVAITIC SONGS by OM
YOU WON'T REMEMBER DEATH by BULBOUS CREATION
DEAD MAN by JOSEFUS
IRISH COFFFEE by IRISH COFFEE
UNCHAINED by ELIAS HULK
MORGEN by MORGEN
FUZZ by FUZZ
CIRCUIT RIDER by CIRCUIT RIDER
FIRST STEP BEYOND by MEDUSA
rock on, linernotes.club!
getting back on that early metal shit with The Axeman Cometh by Wicked Lady, ...For the Whole World to See by Death, and Jerusalem
The Money Store might be one of the best albums i've listened to
The Spatula City, the unexpected Weird Al Death Grips Parody album,
MC Ride's delivery reminds me of a certain song by Saul Williams, gonna have to find it in a bit...
Streaminng Services, Music History, Intentional Cut for x-post to .social Show more
I read an article a while back, I don't remember the specific source of it, that put forth a very important point about streaming services. The article made the claim that streaming services were actively harming the history of music by leaving out key points of an album's production. This included not only who produced the album (incredibly important to any genre), but also who played on the album, sometimes even the year of the album or who performed/featured on a given piece in the album. Many important details that are essential to learning about the music that you listen to are being discarded in the age of streaming and it's making music history itself harder to access for the general population, and I think that's a general shame.
Exploring Music History can open up so many cool bands and undiscovered groups even further, especially for people wanting to discover a new genre or subgenre of music. Artist move from project to project or group to group all the time. It would be great to see a roadmap of an artist integrated into streaming services so people can explore their old and new favorite genres even more, especially off the back of an artist they already like.
one of my major gripes with Apple Music is that there's such a poor cataloging of artists that have similar names. example: there are a few different groups named octopus and they're all under the same artist. what if someone that doesn't know their music or doesn't look anything up sees this and assumes all of this is by the same group? it's crazy, man
*Keegan-Michael Key voice* A-A-Ron Cop Land
god DAMN those closing chords in TILT get me every time
This is a really interesting show. It's called TILT and the major concept behind it is as if the entire field was titled at an angle.
LOL MERCHING. fuck me today is full of spelling errors
#nowplaying Bluecoats 2008 (On the Waterfront by Leonard Bernstein / The Boxer by Paul Simon / Excerpts "Rocky" Soundtrack by Bill Conti /
Excerpts "Rocky IV" Soundtrack by Vince DiCola / Eye of the Tiger (from Rocky III) by Frankie Sullivan and Jim Peterik)
Knockout! Is a personal favorite show of mine. I love the concept and adore the formation work in the merching. http://www.ebaumsworld.com/videos/bluecoats-exciting-show-performance-knockout/85039168/
Apologies in advance for the Ebaum's World link. hard to find good rips of full shows.