Uncle_Dracula on 03/24/2012 at 10:13PM
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,
emcecil on 11/10/2011 at 10:19AM
My favorite local band, the K-Holes, are currently mixing their as-yet-untitled sophomore LP, due out this coming April. The second album's sure to be a great follow-up to their excellent debut on Hozac Records, since this local quintent's recent live shows tell of a compellingly primal mix of Scientists-mach-two drudgery, desolate Western twang and incisive punk. "Window in the Wall," a serpentine number from their upcoming full-length, also speaks of a band that's learned to exercise a bit of subtlety, a gang that's stretched beyond its own boundaries and moved on to grayer, greater pastures.
But, hey, don't let the collected cool of the above fool you -- the K-Holes are still fiery as ever, and New Yorkers can see for themselves this Friday, Nov. 11, at Bushwick's Goodbye Blue Monday, where they'll take the stage with Sediment Club, Monstress, Lobby Art and Geek Skull.