updates on vinyl pre-orders and vinyl releases from bands that matter. or sometimes just links to stream albums while awaiting the vinyl. or sometimes just me venting. and other times because either way, the DNA will have its say.
maandag 21 september 2009
Monsters Of Folk - online stream
Update: stream the entire Monsters Of Folk album over at 3voor12
POLVO - In Prism SAMOTHRACE - Life's Trade SUNN 0))) - Monoliths & Dimensions DAMIEN JURADO - Caught In The Trees EAGLE TWIN - The Unkindness of Crows KURT VILE - Childish Prodigy COALESCE - Ox GRIZZLY BEAR - Vecktamist OM - God Is Good MAGNOLIA ELECTRIC CO. - Josephine AMENRA - Mass III & IIII
Born and raised in the 80s, my first music purchase ever was Metallica's "Kill Em All". After that, Guns N Roses and Maiden followed, to become submerged in the booming hardcore scene and into the likes of Kindred, Biohazard, Congress, Snapcase, Boy Sets Fire, Liar, Culture, Morning Again, etcetera. In the late 90s my attention shifted more towards bands such as Botch, Converge, Coalesce, Cable, Rorschach, Deadguy, Starkweather, Reversal Of Man, Charles Bronson and the likes, as well as all the emobands coming out like Mineral, Elliott, Texas Is The Reason, Cursive, Waxwing, Joshua, etc. Then I got older. Nowadays, my tastes range from Appleseed Cast to Animal Collective, from Black Mountain to Burzum, from Cat Power to Converge, from Damien Jurado to Down, from Earth (hence the name of this blog) to Elliott, from Forensics to Fugazi, from Girls Vs Boys to Grizzly Bear, from Harkonen to Hey Mercedes, from Isis to I Am Kloot, from Jesu to Jucifer, from Karate to Koop, from Liars to Leviathan, from Mineral to Mastodon, from Neurosis to No Warning, from Om to Owls, from Pelican to Phosphorescent, from Q and not U to Quetzal, from Radiohead to Racebannon, from Samothrace to Sunn0)), from These Arms Are Snakes to Two Gallants, from Ulver to Unbroken, from Venetian Snares to Vampire Weekend, from Wolf Parade to Waxwing, from Xiu Xiu to Xasthur, from Yob to Young Widows, from Zombi to Zoroaster. Yeah, that was fun, thanks for asking.