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Uncle_Dracula on 08/26/2012 at 05:36PM

Underground for 20 Years

FREE SHOW celebrating the 20th Anniversary of NJ Hardcore band, Rest Assured? (also singer Jay's 40th Birthday). Jay also operates Roacho 13 Records, releasing tapes, vinyl, and CDs since the early 90's, along with putting on shows, many charitable, and mostly all-ages for as many years.

Friday, September 9th 2012

with...

Rest Assured?

Torture Architect

Dead Serious (featuring Ryan Bland of Home 33)

Ruins Of Akora

@ "the BLVD"  401 Boulevard in Elmwood Park, NJ 9PM 21+

 

 

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Uncle_Dracula on 06/04/2012 at 01:14AM

Backyard Mosh

This one's a good-time punk party to make those old teenagers dizzy and sweaty again... hell, it's for you teens all softened up by nowadays too! Turn it up, let's slam, pogo, and lose control. Here's a house full of punks ready for volume, Ma & Pop are away for the weekend, goodbye lawn! A full listen will result in cold pizza for tomorrow's breakfast.

-Uncle Dracula

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Uncle_Dracula on 05/01/2012 at 08:41PM

RAW POWER(FUL) w/ Citizen Blast Kane

"Before us, it was all just a bunch of foolin' around" -Gene Wildest, regarding punk-rock

You probably haven't heard of Citizen Blast Kane, this may be due to their singer introducing them as Laser Fag, The Ernest Borg 9, Lobster Dinner, Straight To Video, Creature From The Black Neighborhood, and Reduced Lunch, to name a few... or, maybe you don't go to shows in people's basements. The duo known as Gene Wildest (vocals/sound effects), and Rick More-Anus (gui-tard) are the founders of the group. They embody the party animals in all the 1980s teen sex comedies, in their antics and music, fueled by summer high jinks, cult VHS, and cheap beer.

CBK hail from Hackensack, New Jersey, where Gene was "Hard as a kaiser roll" as the lyricist and frontman in Jumpkick & Fruitpunch. Rick, guitar wild-man, previously shredded with the preachers of sleaze, Theee Bishops as "He Who Cannot Play Guitar", and on bass in Tyrannosaurus Dracula as "Prince Matthew". Being a regular face at the T.DRAC house, Gene started jamming with Rick, promising a shenanigan laden future.

Next, in a small Moleskine® from a stupid girl, Gene mysteriously scribed the name "Chazzy D". Months later he happened upon a young drummer at a Liquor Store show with that very name. Chazzy D is to drums, as Tommy Wiseau is to filmmaking. Most recently, the boys have added Bobert (pronounced Bob-air) aka Bob Shot, as second lead guitar. They are currently recording an album of number 1 hits. Join the fan club and become a Citizen Blast Fan!

"They say that was them, and it was terrifying, and they didn't know anybody else in the locker room" -Sarim Al-Rawi of Liquor Store, on Citizen Blast Kane

 

See them live...

Their next show, hosted by a hack comedian, and following 8 other musical acts, is Saturday, May 5th, in the entertainment portion of Paterson's Annual Art Walk, presented by Petty Nobles Collective. The artists' exhibition space covers 11,000 square feet of warehouse, featuring the works of CBK's founding guitarist, and around 2 dozen others.

 DON'T MISS CITIZEN BLAST KANE, THEY ARE PERFORMING AT 8PM!

The event goes from 10am-10pm, and is located at: 60 Spruce Street, Paterson, New Jersey 07544

Coming from NYC? Take the 190 bus towards Paterson NJ from NYC Port Authority

http://www.njtransit.com/pdf/bus/T1122.pdf

 Citizen Blast Kane videos:

"Salisbury Shake"

"Honk Box"

"Fastball"

"One Shot Tony"

"Garbage Night"

"Locker Room Shenanigans"

 

CONTACT CITIZEN BLAST KANE: johnnycelentano@yahoo.com

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Uncle_Dracula on 04/24/2012 at 09:39PM

Friends

Cheers, my FMA pals!

I started here blind as a bat, through the labyrinth of the FMA. The soundwaves have bounced back from the noisy underground and resonated inside my skull, driving the hunger for more. So, here's to finding a favorite artist, album, or track, and seeing one of you there already! I'm so surprised at the uncanny similarities in what we like. It's great seeing all the participation, and networking of members, curators, and artists. I will continue playing phantom DJ through my mixes, and enjoy being a part of this community... much better than the last community... the angry mob that charged my home with pitchforks, finally setting it on fire.

Stay tuned for more!

Uncle Dracula

 

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Uncle_Dracula on 04/21/2012 at 10:22PM

Record Store Day @Flipside II!

On display in store, a framed "GOLD" record of Creeping Pumpkins/Gillmen split 7", plaque reads "Over 25 Served"

Despite the sun, Uncle Dracula made it out to Flipside II Records in Pompton Lakes, New Jersey. Check out the $1, $3, and $5 sections! There are many gems still to be found there! Dan, the owner played bass in Creeping Pumpkins. Download their groovy track "Move".

Flipside II Records 120 Wanaque Ave. Pompton Lakes, NJ 07442

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Uncle_Dracula on 04/09/2012 at 02:12AM

HARD FILTH: (or) Soundtrack for a gas station bathroom.

A cacophonic smorgasbord

HARD FILTH: (or) Soundtrack for a gas station bathroom.

Welcome to my latest mix, a collection of songs united in an aural filth, a destructive path of unnerving sounds, fuzzy, broken tunes echoing inside a speakerbox that will buzz at any volume, feedback play, whirring, whizzing lo-fi synths, a primitive pulse of discontent, anxious vocals, existential heavy post-psych vibrations, and, at times delivering a rock-solid boogie.

Listen to them, the children of the night... What music they make.

Uncle D.

 

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Uncle_Dracula on 03/26/2012 at 01:22AM

Another mix from Uncle...

Yer Tiz:

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Uncle_Dracula on 03/24/2012 at 10:13PM

My 1st mix on the FMA...

Dig it.

Hiya, creeps!

It took me a few tries navigating this thing, but within a couple of days of digging, Uncle Dracula's got a mix for ya! I must say this, I am an obsessive mix maker, and I aim to make each one feel like a real album, or at least a soundtrack to some hypothetical cult VHS starring Uncle Dracula. With the exception of a few songs on each mix, I am barely familiar with these artists, working way-outta my comfort zone for mix making. I never made a mix this way before, but I am pleased with the results! They will always be under 80 minutes, so they can fit on a CDR (or cassette!?), as infinite iturd playlists are against my religion. Stay tuned for more.

Lucifer in the sky with aliens,

Uncle Dracula

 

 

 


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