Guerilla Toss - Operate

abrasive grrrl punk. think le tigre but more screeching

tinycartridge:

Crying’s LFS sessions are too frickin’ good ⊟

Seriously, what the frick, y’all. How does this sound so good. How is it that a year after Get Olde released, I’m still looping these songs 2-3 times a day.

Years ago, maybe ten of them even, when I had the time and fewer important things that demanded my attention, I’d spend hours searching for live variations of songs I loved, or applying wonky Winamp filters, all so I could find new ways to enjoy those tracks. I fell out of that quirk, but these new sessions from OHNOIMLATEFORSCHOOL has brought that experience back for me. You can her the uncertainty and concern so much more in the vocals of this version, versus the original release.

If you missed it, you can also hear Crying cover CHVRCHES’ “The Mother We Share” here. There’s also a video of the band performing our podcast’s theme song “ES”!

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Nouns - I feel as though I’ve failed

bigbadbro:

Mega Man 9 - THUNDER TORNADO (nintendo wii, sony playstation 3, microsoft xbox 360)

good hot damn. mega man music will never not be good

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truckuleeze:

Talking Heads - “Crosseyed and Painless” feat Adrian Belew from King Crimson on Guitar, live in Rome, 1980.

Holy shit.

whale sounds

i love you james

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Anonymous said: what are your favorite albums that are free on bandcamp

betweenbodies:

betweenbodies:

Now + Loud - Brightside happy jammy poppy summery rock

Posthumous Release - Coma Cinema more melancholy relaxing chill acoustic stuff. solo project of elvis depressedly’s frontman.

Get Olde - Crying chiptune crossed with emo focusing on themes of insecurities. female vocalist.

Mickey’s Dead - Elvis Depressedly funny and enjoyable but also somewhat dark.

Wood Circle Sessions: Christian Holden - The Hotelier a short acoustic session the hotelier’s frontman did. id actually recommend starting somewhere else as far as listening to them, but its very good and the only free hotelier stuff up.

Still - Nouns the weirdest darkest and most cathartic shit ever. trigger warning for virtually everything. a brilliant and very unique band.

Where Were You While We Were Getting High? - One Hundred Year Ocean Derrick from twiabp’s other band(well, one of). more straightforward than twiabp, lyrics are more direct and less hard to figure out. my number one favorite ep. i also recommend their other ep, which is not free but has a link to a free download of it in the description.

Lights Off For Danger - Sioux Falls picture nineties emo with more edge.

A Necessary Bummer - Sledding With Tigers bright folk punk on themes of anxiety, being uncomfortable in your own body, and general angst. sounds happy if you ignore the lyrics.

I Could Do Whatever I Wanted If I Wanted - Snowing aggressive twinkly emo. suicide trigger warning. good lyricism on themes of depression.

Forgettable - Sorority Noise pop punk but good

Still Water - Told Slant picture a more chill modest mouse singing on themes of identity and relationships. singer is nonbinary. (idk why i didnt mention this for ohyo but derrick is also nonbinary)(i also dont know why im writing this under the told slant description but hey w/e im almost done here and i dont feel like fixing this)

Wish List - Wish List stoner punk. jammy and psychadelic. picture tie dye in musical form.

XXYYXX - XXYYXX really chill relaxing electronic. i dont know shit about electronic so idk what else to say but its good.

these are just alphabetical and in no kind of order. and there are a handful of albums i wanted to include but when i checked seem to have stopped being free, which is sad. although maybe theyre just out of free downloads for the month and i should check again in september. also www.betweenbodies.tumblr.com/tagged/free+on+bandcamp has more shit. i didnt put more than one album per artist on.

idk why but some ppl who dont follow me just reblogged this. regardless here’s your reminder to get this shit

amazing list

ARCHAIC NOISE - THE DAVID SESSIONS (1/2)

i had a really long jam session with my good buddy david and my girlfriend, the boss me-50 pedal. it was sweet

threeonegrecords:

It’s Gonna Blow!!! - San Diego Music Underground 1986-1996 is a feature length documentary film about San Diego’s influential DIY music scene and its uneasy relationship with the mainstream. Drawing from previously unseen performance footage and interviews with over sixty musicians, promoters and artists such as John Reis (Rocket from the Crypt, Drive Like Jehu), Justin Pearson (The Locust, Swing Kids), Rob Crow (Pinback, Heavy Vegetable), Luke Jenner (The Rapture), Pall Jenkins (Three Mile Pilot, Black Heart Procession), Tom Delonge (Blink-182), Mario Rubalcaba (Clikatat Ikatowi, Off!), the film explores the birth of San Diego’s innovative post-hardcore scene and its early 90s ‘Next Seattle’ hype.  Featuring interviews and performances from Drive Like Jehu, Rocket from the Crypt, Trumans Water, the Locust, Three Mile Pilot, Heavy Vegetable, Crash Worship, No Knife, Heroin, Antioch Arrow, Boilermaker, Clikatat Ikatowi, Unbroken, Fishwife, Tanner, Physics, Pitchfork, Creedle, Swing Kids, Sub Society, Neighborhood Watch, Inch, Funeral March, Amenity and others.It’s Gonna Blow!!! is a Billingsgate Media production in association with Backyard Green Films, directed by Bill Perrine. It is scheduled for wider release late Fall, 2014.CONTACT:  Bill Perrinebill@billingsgate.orghttp://www.facebook.com/sdmusicdochttp://www.sdmusicdoc.comhttps://www.eventbrite.com/e/its-gonna-blow-san-diego-film-screening-tickets-12782830791

threeonegrecords:

It’s Gonna Blow!!! - San Diego Music Underground 1986-1996 is a feature length documentary film about San Diego’s influential DIY music scene and its uneasy relationship with the mainstream. Drawing from previously unseen performance footage and interviews with over sixty musicians, promoters and artists such as John Reis (Rocket from the Crypt, Drive Like Jehu), Justin Pearson (The Locust, Swing Kids), Rob Crow (Pinback, Heavy Vegetable), Luke Jenner (The Rapture), Pall Jenkins (Three Mile Pilot, Black Heart Procession), Tom Delonge (Blink-182), Mario Rubalcaba (Clikatat Ikatowi, Off!), the film explores the birth of San Diego’s innovative post-hardcore scene and its early 90s ‘Next Seattle’ hype.  Featuring interviews and performances from Drive Like Jehu, Rocket from the Crypt, Trumans Water, the Locust, Three Mile Pilot, Heavy Vegetable, Crash Worship, No Knife, Heroin, Antioch Arrow, Boilermaker, Clikatat Ikatowi, Unbroken, Fishwife, Tanner, Physics, Pitchfork, Creedle, Swing Kids, Sub Society, Neighborhood Watch, Inch, Funeral March, Amenity and others.

It’s Gonna Blow!!! is a Billingsgate Media production in association with Backyard Green Films, directed by Bill Perrine. It is scheduled for wider release late Fall, 2014.

CONTACT:  Bill Perrine
bill@billingsgate.org
http://www.facebook.com/sdmusicdoc
http://www.sdmusicdoc.com
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/its-gonna-blow-san-diego-film-screening-tickets-12782830791

denimtunes:

Talking Shit About a Pretty Sunset || Modest Mouse

and i claim i’m not excited with my life any more
so i blame this town, this job, these friends
the truth is it’s myself

hymnal-of-alternative-music:

"White Lies, Yellow Teeth" by Modest Mouse

New (Previously Unreleased) Track!

sports fans

centipedes-hurt:

You know what No Produce Food Web is hilarious and I will stand by that

The Juan Maclean - A Simple Design

single off the new album out 9/16