Thursday, August 9, 2018

songs Of 2018 !SurPrise P0sT!

As you Can Tell by the comedic haha title of this blogpost
haha
i am putting down songs of uh
yes!
YES!@!@!@
current year!
im BACCK

- G

that's my tag wow

ok ok ok

so this year is interesting
honestly the songs have been p good
the albums... eh???
idk it's not over yet so we will see
it ain't like 2012 bad or anything
it's promising... i just think the transitionary years are getting more frequent
it's cool
its' allllllll gooooooood
okok
hanklo banklo finna give yo the danklo thank yo

top 5ive:

5. ok honestly i haven't thought about songs
im just doing albums lmao
ALBUMS

RESET:..... ALBUMS BABY

!@!!!

GOOD YEAR
FAT ASS

cUTE aSS!!!

\yknow what is is aahahahhahaha

ok numbaerrrr albym uf othe fifth degcreee!!!!\
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5. Kanye West - Ye
okok
so this album is a story in itself
like
ive had ppl be like yo idc about yeezy rn idc about his dumb ass shit and ive had ppl be like
yo god damn new yeezy yes ( me being one of em)( cuz yeezus is the best produced album of all times but beyond that
liuke
like
****
liuke***
like*
god

his words on this thing (rumoUred to not even be written by him) lmao
but
god
just listen to ghost town i guess
the first track good too
but idk 
i think yeezy in a better place and that;s the gog dam highlight
aiudfh

4. Playboi Carti - Die Lit

ahahaha
hittin that bit from the side
YUH
and she gon notic me
HITTIN THAT BIT FROM THE SIYDE
YUH
and she GHOJE NOPTIUCE <MEEEE

3. Bladee - Red Light
why
why 
im working on dying
and all it ever does is rain water...?????

4. BlAdEEE - RED LIUGHJT

why
why doesnt it rain something
ahaha

DRAIN GANG

SOM<ETHJING THE GRUBS WOULD LIKE
IF OMKLU IT WOULD RAINM\

JAJAJAJAAJJA

2. Pendant - make me know you sweet 


Already known as Huerco S., Brian Leeds tries the way of the environment with the moniker of Pendant and this Make Me Know You Sweet, a long journey in low profile where you can include a bit of everything: minimal cybernetic insertini from ambient techno (BBN-UWZ), increasingly heavy ambient on wooden shots (OXI-GKK), slow abysmal with threatening noises (IBX-BZC) and even a spatialone with old-style modulations and electro scuregge in KVL-LWQ featuring Pontiac Streator. And then? A little more, apart from the "fake live" of the ambient noises of the conclusive NMQ-HYT, everything settles down quite early and remains a nice, well-managed but also not very memorable exercise in style.

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Monday, October 23, 2017

The 49 Americans - E Pluribus Unum (1980)

  

Today we have a wonderful little LP courtesy of the prolific David Toop along with, presumably, 48 others bright individuals. Coy, catchy pop with a marked intellectual slant. Think amateurism meets academia; progressive twee if you will. The first half of the album is composed of a dozen lovely vignettes while the latter half is, well, a pop-opera about a dragon terrorizing some faraway kingdom. If that doesn't convince you to give this album a shot nothing will.

We should be more ideal ideally
Oh yes we should of course should
We should be ideal ideally
So we wouldn't have to pretend

Sunday, October 8, 2017

The Past Seven Days - Raindance / So Many Others... (1981)


Classic classic 4AD stuff. Groovy, dark, mellow(dramatic), all the hallmarks of a great 4AD single. I wish I could tell you more about this band but there's just about no info about them on the internet. The only other songs they've ever recorded were on a cassette compilation titled A Bucket of Sleet, which, unfortunately, is also nowhere to be found online.

I drink my poison this time
No explosion this time
And it slows you down
And it slows you down

Thursday, September 28, 2017

Social Climbers - Social Climbers (1981)


Got a non sequitur from New York's No Wave scene for you guys today. The more ardent followers of this blog might recognize this band's song "Hello Texas" as being featured on the first volume of Homework. Really bizarre and tangential lyrics and singing with some thick synths and other fun instruments that come together to form a formless meandering mess of an album. I of course mean that in a good way, out of the mess comes this impressionistic variegated psuedo-drone a-la A.R. Kane or The Fall. Very unique and overlooked album from the scene.

Back to when I was a teenager
Lusting for life I'd see you in those magazine

Your scrawny body laid out on some cheesy rug
In some slimy studio in Midtown Manhattan

Saturday, September 23, 2017

S.M. Nurse - S/T (1986)


S.M. Nurse are a band defined by their marginality. Crafting tunes that are simultaneously dense and dancey, these Dutch composites combine the hilarity of sampling professionals Negativland with the sound of a typical European minimal wave banger. It’s their marginality though- not belonging to any one genre, inhabiting the fringes and testing the limits of many different DIY and punky sounds which merits their listenability. By 1983 when the content of this cassette was performed, one might have thought that the functionality and allure of synth pop/minimal wave had fully run its course. Namely, that the highest highs had been reached, often in the form of singles by Euro weirdos who put out one mercurial release only to disband. But one only need to listen to lead singer Annekke Stempher’s repetitive, cocky, and digital (evoking Laurie Anderson’s definition- on again, off again) vocals, Jos Jak’s grainy, strung out, and paranoidally funky guitar tone, and Menko Konigs’ interlocked electronics to feel the bliss of their sound. The sampling is impeccable, not just telling sonic narratives, but providing lyrical narratives as well, done no better on the song “That’s The Body”, where a voice asks over and over “Did anyone touch you here, or here? Or here? Or here? Or here?” while Stempher and Jok lay down a dissonant funk.

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Ludus - The Visit / The Seduction (2002)

 
Now here is a very interesting release. The Visit / The Seduction, which, as intuition might lead one to believe, is a compilation of two Ludus release from 1980 and 1981 named (you guessed it) "The Visit" and "The Seduction" respectively. As intuition probably wouldn't lead you to believe, this compilation also contains the singles "Mother's Hour" and "Anatomy Is Not Destiny". Now what actually makes it interesting is how splendid and bizarre this album is. Think post-punk from moon men. Think mercurial ballads and syncopated symphonies. Think Essential Logic but with even more talented individuals operating the instruments performing much more complex compositions. Fast, angular and disjointed guitar, phenomenally tight drumming, bass lines from Eden, and a singer who defies categorization, everything you could really ask for.

There's one last thing of note about this album that I found out only recently. I was lucky enough to come upon an original copy of "The Visit" EP and made a shocking discovery: it's not the same as the CD I'm sharing with you folks today. Entirely different takes of the same songs (albeit more or less in the same style). The oddest part about this is the fact that the CD booklet makes no mention of this discrepancy. I'm not sure if this holds true for "The Seduction" or the singles but it's an anomalous tidbit nonetheless. To my knowledge the EP isn't available online, so, as a special treat for you guys, I'll be uploading a rip of my copy of "The Visit" as soon as I find this god damned AC cable.

Want to break your little piggy
Steal your pennies make you cry