Three snappy rockers with serious British Invasion qualities, subverted by sly lyrics! Where are they now?
Oh this is a great one. Roaring, Slinty, mid-90’s math rock out of Chicago
Predating the intently loop-based Cystem, the music he made as Broca’s Area is generally more free-form, trippy, and cinematic.
Yet another example of what happens when you rely too much on your press kit and leave credits off the cassette.
Established in 1976 during the first wave of NYC punk, SFH was already an eminence grise of the downtown scene when this classic cassette emerged.
This obscure ribbon of loose, grimy, free-style stoner-rock emanated from the Cleveland suburbs in the mid-1990s, which was pretty much ground zero for this sound at that time.
An especially fine cabinet of wonders, Eyelight gathers choice spells from several years’ of Jehn Cerron’s conjuring
Please enjoy this mesmerizing swim through Eyelight’s vocal ocean.
The majestic Bukowski fever dream that is the title track is reason enough to click play, but hang in for the harrowing remainder.
I was just a dumb rock guy. Now that I’m a crusty old fuck, I can sagely point to the influence of Coltrane, Sun Ra, James Chance, John Lurie, and so forth.