“Noise Rock” (Used 79 times)
radonbooking on 09/14/2015 at 03:10AM
Di Kang is back, this time with a badass tribute to the first great DK band, the Dead Kennedys, in this incredible re-boot of the DK classic 'Riot'. You've never heard it like this before. With riots on the increase worldwide, it's time to crank this up and blare it from the rooftops and bump it in the speakers of your rage/party van........... "now may be your only chance"
Boston_Hassle on 05/05/2014 at 06:00PM
Bugs and Rats are from Quincy, MA and you probably haven't heard their heavy & loud amazing record: Adidas
You know that one great band that always ends up playing with a ton of shitty bar bands? You know when you go out to some dive bar with your friends and there are some crappy metal bands playing the stage, and then all of the sudden one act comes up and is legitimately gnarly, but no one really pays attention because it goes over there heads? For years, this was Bugs and Rats, from Quincy, MA. It’s not a surprising thing when you see Quincy. It’s a small town outside of Boston, not known for any sort of booming music scene. Perhaps it was the lack of music scene that helped Bugs and Rats ooze to fruition.
The boys; Shawnie Brando, Kellzo, and Radek Weirzbowski, started writing and playing music together in 2003. Influenced by the hardcore scene and bands like Godflesh, Nirvana and Eyehategod, the band's early sound was a mix of simple song structures, repetitive hooks and vocals akin to some sort of dog being strangled. The first release, 2004’s Smart as a Whip was (according to Brando) met with little interest from the Quincy bar band and metal 'scene.' Bugs and Rats were not really playing punk, they were not really playing metal, there weren’t really playing rock. It was hard to pin-point what they were doing.
- Rory MacMurdo
ckutmusic on 02/24/2014 at 04:15AM
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,
daveyrockwell on 05/14/2011 at 08:46AM
I recorded this music (at the link below) in 2010 from melodies and ideas that had been fermenting in my head for years. I needed to release the album by 2011 to feel like I had accomplished something while there's still time. Although, it's rather crude, for me, i's nice to have record of where I have come from. What do you think of it? Does it make you want to play or is it simply a musician at work? Please be the judge. If anyone is interested in sharing these recordings, please do. (Contact me if you'd like to talk business.)
The specifics: I used an old keyboard and a four-track recorder. I recorded loud in order for the base to ring true and the keyoboard to carry a fuzz. As a result of the loudness in these songs, I don't reccomend listening with headphones as you could hurt your ears playing it at the appropriate volume. Use a speaker system that bumps base so loud you can feel it to truly hear this music. In the end, its really up to you. I recorded the whole thing using headphones and I only have a slight ringing in my left ear now. Only that and nothing more.
Click here to listen: http://triangularconception.bandcamp.com/