Charlie Baudelaire & the 666-Shooters

Digitally Remastered Album "America" For Sale NOW!!!

James Plane Wreck

Cassette EP Out Now

Marquina

Jet Black's New Favorite Band.

2002 Boise music Comp

We found this old comp of Boise bands from 2002.

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The Queeves

Sonic garbage from Idaho's worst band.

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Mix: Guest Mix: ZULI – We Are All Anemic

(MP3 DOWNLOAD) - (PODCAST) To listen to ZULI’s We Are All Anemic mix is to be confronted by decay. Sliding across an arid terrain, its sounds move, but with a momentum that is staggered, labored. The force of entropy is taking hold. Rough trenches wound its...

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Mix Tape: All my friends left very far away

Requested by Xavier • Compiled by ;( I hope you feel okay. 01. Pharmakon - “Crawling on Bruised Knees” 02. Nasum - “Just Another Hog” 03. Xiu Xiu - “I Broke Up” 04. Scott Walker - “Farmer in the City” 05. The...

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Feature: 2010s: Favorite 100 Songs of the Decade

Sometimes the most pyrrhic ventures prove the most gratifying. Gleaning a decade’s worth of song in 2019 feels like sifting sand with a hula hoop, the enormity of the ever-accumulating archive sluicing through our woefully inadequate tools, its elusive pith...

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New Toxe / CRYSTALMESS split EP OUT NOW on PAN

You know it; I know it: no one releases split EPs on a dime quite like PAN. In fact, I’d go so far as to say that, right now, PAN is the PAN of releasing split EPs. And today, the second installment of the Berlin-based label’s “white label...

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Feature: 2010s: Favorite 30 Labels of the Decade

Three years ago, I was tasked with writing the introduction to our year-end Favorite Labels feature. I lamented the fact that trustworthy (and SANE) music curation had basically ceased to exist in an era where notoriety had become a confusing amalgam of happenstance,...

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♫ Listen: Tyler Holmes – Devil

Duality of being, rhythmic dissonance; the decision of indecision. Pine trees scrape the sky, line roads dizzy, double back, lead to amber sunsets over dusty horizons. Run breathless between landscapes, never sure where to stop, neither quite certain enough to be...

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Kneeon (UK Garage Punk) stream new music

Swansea, UK’s Kneeon are streaming the first song off their upcoming self-titled debut. The release is due out December 6 via Brassneck Records, get your first taste below. The post Kneeon (UK Garage Punk) stream new music appeared first on Dying Scene.

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♫ Listen: Perrache – Barriere in Movimento

Zones in your bones. That’s the truth of the Polytechnic Youth. That’s the truth of Perrache as well, the project of Stuttgart artist Joachim Henn. If Une Cassette Comme Les Autres, released earlier this year on Taping Desk O-phon Mania, was any...

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Album Review: Teenage Bubblegums – “In Limbo”

When it comes to music, an often overused phrase I hear regarding bands is something along the lines of “wow, their sound has really matured”. More often than not, it hasn’t and the listener is left listening to an album that’s about the same...

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♫ Listen: Nick Mazzarella Trio – Counterbalance

The classic jazz trio setup, am I right? Sax, bass, and drums, just like the doctor ordered; just like old times; just like the prophecies foretold. Nick Mazzarella leads his band on alto sax, and Anton Hatwich and Frank Rosaly fall in on bass and drums respectively....

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The Hempsteadys announce weekend tour

The Hempsteadys will embark on a weekend tour in support of their sophomore album, Séance! Séance!, and their brand new cover/single of “Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah” by The Pogues. A 10 piece band from Connecticut, The Hempsteadys feature influences...

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♫ Listen: Xuxa Santamaria – Chancletas D’oro

I’m not gonna lie – you frame a record against classic literature or historical events and you’ve got me interested from the beginning. I’m not kidding. Any reference to Dracula or the Russian Revolution is going to get my attention. Wrap that...

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♫ Listen: Ergomope – Етиологии

Serious question: are cassette tapes (or recordings of any kind) the petroglyphs of our time? We’re not really chiseling away at cave walls anymore, but just because we’re not literally in a cave with a couple of blunt instruments doesn’t mean...

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Album Review: Off With Their Heads – “Be Good”

The last time Off With Their Heads (OWTH) released new music was their 2013 album Home. After seeing the band support Against Me! In Melbourne and having never listened to them before, I gave Home a listen as soon as it was released and almost instantly OWTH became my...

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Album Review: MakeWar – “Get It Together”

Developing a Theory of Integrity was one of my favorite releases back in 2016. Back then, they were on Red Scare—one in a long line of bands that helped carve out the label’s reputation as having the best ear for signings in the game. Now, three years...

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♫ Listen: trikorder23 – much time no horse

“Niko breathes music.” So says Cosmic Winnetou label head Günter Schlienz about Niko Lazarakopoulos, whose trikorder23 project is as organic and effortless as the process of inhaling oxygen and exhaling carbon dioxide. It’s easy to envision...

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♫ Listen: Dere Moans – History Has Time to Bleed

I don’t know where Tony Lien finds his source material, but every time he releases a new Dere Moans tape I get a little freaked out, a little trepiditious. I’m the kind of person who has the last few Dere Moans tapes on that shelf over there, and I somehow...

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Sum 41 Storms Paste Magazine’s Live Studio

Sum 41 is out with a new record and they took a trip over to Paste Magazine to record a live studio session with Paste’s resident musical madman Brad Wagner. While the group may be known for blazing guitar solos and hard pumping drumlines they brought a far...

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Album Review: Filthy Hearts “Beyond Repair”

  If you are a fan of the late 90’s, early 2000’s brand of Midwestern whiskey soaked pop punk like Dillinger Four, Dear Landlord, or Off With Their Heads, Denver’s Filthy Hearts newest album Beyond Repair, out now via Hidden Home...

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D.R.I. to play two Hawaiian shows in February

Crossover thrash icons D.R.I. have announced its first shows of next year’s world tour, which will kick off with two shows at the Anna O’Brien’s club in Honolulu on February 7th and 8th, making it the first the first time since 2011 that the...

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