Chat Pile – God’s Country Review @ dailyalbums.com
Hey all! Come check out another small music blog I am going to be submitting to every now and then. https://dailyalbums.com In fact my first post is my dive into Chat Pile’s debut LP, God’s Country. Check it out here!
The Best Music Of 2022 Pt.1
Oh, 2022. This year is continuing a trend of “things couldn’t possibly get even worse right?”. So while I can’t fix buckling institutions and escalation of world conflict between the major powers, I can at least recommend some music that has been helping keep myself sane for the year so far. These aren’t in any…
Chat Pile/meth./Bummer/Nerver – recordBar – May 29th, 2022
Saw a bunch of great, noisy AF bands (@ChatPileBand, @meth_band, @bummerkc, @NerverKC) on Sunday at @recordBar in KC. Fucking awesome show. Very worth the bruised shin and ear ringing to attend one of my favorite shows in a long time.
So I Went to Oblivion Access
From May 12th to May 15th, the long-awaited inaugural Oblivion Access festival finally came to life. Yes after two years of COVID related delays, I sped down through Texas to see the best and brightest in Metal, Hip-Hop, Punk, and Experimental music.
Review: Cindy Lee – What’s Tonight to Eternity
What’s Tonight to Eternity is a restless spirit caught in purgatory between 60s girl groups and the grasp of some otherworldly being. This harsh and somber duality is expressed so masterfully and has made me gain a whole new appreciation for all aspects surrounding Women and their split.
Review: RXM Reality – Sick for You
Quite blown away by how beautiful this record is under the wash of flashing sample-gore, noise, and screaming. The melodic and rhythmic elements still shine through all of it. Of course there is a level of chaos and harshness that extends past where previous efforts have gone. While my favorite tracks definitely have the more…
Review: christtt – A.D.
Vaporwave, at it’s worst, was an internet trend of pitch shifting and applying reverb to some late 80s or 90s music and calling it a day. Why do I say “was”? Vaporwave is dead At least the version that became a meme about aesthetics. That version exploded between 2014 and 2016 off of the earlier…
Review: The Garden – Kiss My Super Bowl Ring
With their most consistent and hard-hitting album to date, The Garden have quite simply blown me away. Gone is the stripped back production and Casio keyboard SFX packs (well mostly). In it’s stead, Kiss My Super Bowl Ring delivers well polished experimental punk that finds The Garden at their most aggressive and witty yet.