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Friday, September 30, 2011

Siamese Royalty - Demo

Your mom is dumb. And stuff.

Wait. What?

Oh. Nevermind. We are still on some mature sounds, here. Some personal sounds, here. Yeah. Woohoo.

I did the art for this band and release before I even got to hear it in it's entirety. I feel so blessed, truthfully. Logo, a couple versions of the art, pretty sick. Anyhow. This is one of the guys behind Cdatakill and another dude. And it's pretty fucking stupidfresh, B. Check me out, I'm funky.

If you like catch words/phrase like "digital grind", "grindcore", "digi-grind", "powerviolence", "digi-metal", "noiserock", "dick-sucking-fashionistas-for-god", "heavy metal", and "digital hardcore" then you should probably check this out. Let's be real, here.

Siamese Royalty -"Demo" (freedownload)


Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Amarok - Self Titled

Hi. I'm new here. I'm gonna start slooow and heeeaaavy. Like good sex.

Amarok is a 4 piece outfit from the Westcoast of the United States. They want all your weed, all your whisky, and all your soul. Doom, stoner, death, and sludge metal varieties take center stage here and battle it out for the domineering role. Only to realize that, as it is ideally to be experienced in a live environment, the mention of almost entirely vintage Sunn O))) (the company, not the band) amps as the outlet for this beast should not go unnoticed and all aforementioned horn throwing worthy varieties of metal are welcome to fornicate with one another in an effort to get you off here.

Obviously, you should buy their vinyl. It's sexy. The artwork, alone, is worth the asking price. Hang that bitch up, and when you're not listening to the record (which should be, like, almost never) you can put it in that old Bananarama sleeve you're scared to admit you own the wax for. Win/win. But. Not everyone is going to do that. And, awesomely, Amarok knows this. So they give you the option to have it in 320 MP3 for free. If you don't go to their show(s), however, the bitch on their cover will sever your balls from your body in a downtuned redlined mess of growls, chords, snares, & crashes. And you'll miss one of the most awesome and slept on bands in this/these genre(s) operating today. For shame.

Amarok - Self Titled (download page)


Aaron Cavanaugh - Fragile

A random find is always a good find.-.---.-.-..-.-.-.-

-.-.-.-.-.-..--..Avant garde pop noise break stool.-.--.

.-.-.------.-.-.-.On zee Bandcamp.-.-..-.--..-.-.-

----...-.-.And its free..-.-.--.--



Monday, September 26, 2011

Saturday, September 24, 2011


Fantastic new double album by good friend Monomate aka Peet. He's really taken his work to the next level.

Put it in your ear holes.



Thursday, September 15, 2011

M dot Strange - AWARE_I_LIVE

Free (or donation optional) release of harsh extended hyphy chiptune industrial by the brilliant creator ov We Are The Strange, M Dot Strange.


~ JoHaN EsS ~

Monday, September 12, 2011

Palebit - LAiiF

Crazy phresh new one from the Orlando ape mentalist Palebit called LAiiF. Sounds like synths attacking the sanity in your brain.


jOhAn EsS

bizzart - quakes

New release of instrumentals by Bizzart. Also available as cassette with artwork.



Friday, September 2, 2011

I Killed Techno! & ZOMBIESHARK! - The Strange Days: Split

One of the best covers ive seen in a good while. I'm real into simple covers like this because they are usually the hardest to do when it comes down to it. The music on this album also kills. I Killed Techno brings the CHIP madness like usual and then Zombie Shark comes in and grinds your face off. Totally worth the free dollars its priced at.



Thursday, September 1, 2011

David Kanaga - Dyad Prototypes EP

"Coinciding with his official PlayStation Blog interview today, Dyad co-composer David Kanaga has uploaded a three-track EP to Bandcamp for free download. The PlayStation Network psychedelic racer will feature music by Kanaga and Jason DeGroot "6955" when it is released in the near future for the PlayStation 3."

Dyad Interactive Music Example from Shawn McGrath on Vimeo.