Ate Stevie Wonder’s lunch
Black Moon - Six Feet Deep
Hieroglyphics Vs. Hobo Junction
“In 1994, Saafir made a brilliant guest appearance on Casual’s debut album Fear Itself. Saafir wanted Casual to return the favor on his own debut, Boxcar Sessions, but for whatever reason Casual didn’t show up. Saafir took it personally, and soon his crew, the Hobo Junction, was beefing with Casual’s Hieroglyphics crew. They agreed to settle it in a battle broadcast on Sway and Tech’s Wake Up Show. There was dispute about whether Saafir was using written rhymes, and whether he had warned he would do so beforehand. But when you hear him open his first verse “Did your momma tell you that you was my son,” sounding “like he could swallow the fucking planet” (as Cocaine Blunts described him), it doesn’t really seem to matter.”
Saafir - Hype Shit
As Ondas - Barber (Witching Waves cover)
Mix. I made a mix. Here. 4 Workin Nights.
01 Pascal Holtzer - Horst Karman
02 Mystery Plane - Find Some Body
03 Tools You Can Trust - Working And Shopping
04 Siekiera - Misiowie Puszysci
05 Cancer - OIO
06 The Work - Do It
07 Klick & Aus - Scheiß dich nicht an man
08 D.Stop - Cloclo Requiem (Live)
09 Plus Instruments - Vom Ertrunkenen Mädchen
10 Fall of Saigon - She Leaves Me All Alone
11 Folle Coche - Under The Vulvano
12 Lister - The Bugaloo
13 Plugpoint Music - Maybe It’s Love
14 Mark Perry & Dennis Burns - You Cry Your Tears
15 Bendall’s Box - Games Today
16 D.A.F. - Gewalt
17 Mystery Plane - Punishment Block
18 Datblygu - Gwlad Ar Fy Nghefn
19 Geisterfahrer - Das Haus
20 Human Abfall - Tanztee Von Unten
La Grande Triple Alliance Internationale de l’Est Compilation
At some point I was going to put together an expansive, 100+ song series of compilations focused on La Grande Triple Alliance. Still might. This’ll hold you over though. C/O of a member’s soundcloud. Featuring all those bands you see when you scroll the playlist.
Source: SoundCloud / Poporc
Playing with Deaf Wish from Melbourne Australia at Ruby Tuesday in Columbus…Sept 20
From the forthcoming single ‘St. Vincent +3’, out Oct. 7 on Sub Pop.
Usually I don’t have any feeling one way or the other about a band making it to Sub Pop/Matador, but I’m oddly happy for them. I hope they get more than a single out of the deal. DeafWishVEVO, 2015. Root for this band. The only reason I started a distro was to get “Reality & Visions” into the states. That album is still, to me, the pinnacle of everything that’s happened in Australia over the last 8 years.