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Always a cause for the most extreme of celebration when u find new Lydia Lunch music in yer box!

Lydia Lunch & Philippe Petit - Taste Our Voodoo - Teaser (Rustblade).

Four tracks of mind bendingly brilliant lydia lunchiness and the equally avant-garde philippe petitiness.

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Posted at 10:20 AM 22 November 2013
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deathbomb:

CLIPPING. / DEATH GRIPS MASH UP ALBUM

Just starting listening to this, but pretty funny that someone would do this… stoked they did it with my favorite Death Grips album. Thank you super fan!

gethdrips:

A mash up album I made with Clipping’s Midcity and Death Grips’s Exmilitary

clipping. on Deathbomb Arc.
Death Grips on Deathbomb Arc.

cWow, this kinda is something else!

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Posted at 8:18 AM 22 November 2013
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You prob know this already but Kylesa’s coming over to Bristol in Feb. Check the tour poster above and their latest video below:

You prob know this already but Kylesa’s coming over to Bristol in Feb. Check the tour poster above and their latest video below:

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Posted at 8:08 AM 22 November 2013
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Coke Bust - Short Fast and Loud #24 Comp

More U/S D/C S/E H/C

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Posted at 3:58 AM 22 November 2013
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A new video from Falling Stacks just bumped down onto mother earth, (or at least the internets of mother earth, and Tumblrs (like here frinstance)).

Tis another great video c / o the great Olo Worm James Hankins and the ending is especially good so u gonna have to watch to the whole thing now.

If you’ve missed my posts on here about them before then I’m not quite sure where you at really, but basically they’re a three piece who specialise in being compared to Shellac and bands of that ilk. Good bands.

Feel free to check out some words about the EP here and the band here.

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Posted at 7:37 AM 21 November 2013
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New video and single from UK metal-hardcore band Atlases.

This single, Betrayer, is from from the EP ‘Upbringing’. Out 2014.

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Posted at 5:54 AM 21 November 2013
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Pharmakon - Old Coroner’s Court. Bristol.

If ever a track of music doesn’t even come close to preparing yourself to an artists live performance it’s this one, played pretty quietly through shitty computer speakers.

Pharmakon live last night in Bristol’s Old Coroners court was one of the most amazing things I’ve seen all year. The only valid reaction to it was to stand, gawp and sway from side to side and from back to front with a mind devoid of thought and instead full of beats, screams and driven noise.

Shockingly intense and electrifyingly uncompromising, it was one of the most all-consuming and extreme 30 mins of my life. 

Margaret Chardiet is Pharmakon. She was born and raised in New York City and has been making power electronics / death industrial music as Pharmakon for five years now. And she does it well. Very, very well.

If I had a time machine the first thing I’d do would be to sent Pharmakon back to New York’s CBGB in 1977 so she could hang out with Teenage Jesus and the Jerks and share so much mutual love that they’d collaborate and music would never be the same again because its soul would have been destroyed.

Fearsome and mind-bendingly gnarly it’s the apex of what one person can do with some beats and a microphone. 

The fact that I haven’t  even deemed it necessary to mention the earth shattering GNOD performance speaks for itself.

Massive props to Sofi Nowell of You’re Not Human for bringing Pharmakon to Bristol AND for showcasing her in such an amazing space. Sofi’s consistently putting on some of the best shows on Bristol by some distance - follow You’re Not Human on Facebook and go to all the shows YNH put on for the rest of time to come. 

Pharmakon put an album out earlier in the year called Abandon. Which is pretty much their way of saying “…all hope when you put this album on your record player and turn the volume of to maximum”.

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Woah, looks like Jan 2014’s gunna break all records for a January - first Defeater | Caspian | Goodtime Boys at the fleece on the 19th, now the above.
I don’t think I’ve ever been to a January before that had more than one gig worth going to in it! 

Woah, looks like Jan 2014’s gunna break all records for a January - first Defeater | Caspian | Goodtime Boys at the fleece on the 19th, now the above.

I don’t think I’ve ever been to a January before that had more than one gig worth going to in it! 

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Posted at 11:44 AM 15 November 2013
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One of the better albums of the year by a considerable margin was The Body’s Christs, Redeemers.

This video will give you a vague idea as to for why.

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Posted at 11:12 AM 15 November 2013
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Apart from being “…a band based out of Cardiff, South Wales” and that they were “formed in the summer of 2013” I know little about these guys. Cept that they’re good.

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Posted at 10:21 AM 15 November 2013
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Silent Front - Veil. One for fans of abrasive noise-rock.

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Posted at 10:15 AM 15 November 2013
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Young Turks - Roe vs Wade vs Westbrook


Where I Rise


Animal Style Records


Great stuff - break-neck punk and pounding hardcore.

"Holy shit" seems to be the consensus on Facebook. So "holy shit" it is.

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Posted at 9:34 AM 15 November 2013
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A tune off the new Backtrack album, due out on January via Bridge Nine Records. It’s coming out as a single too it seems on the 19th Dec.

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Posted at 4:29 AM 08 November 2013
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freerange-shrugbeard:

The War Wolf album is so fucking good

and if you like heavy stuff you should get it right now

and if you don’t you should start here.

(Source: abolish-me)

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Posted at 2:58 PM 07 November 2013
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These kids have been causing a bit of a storm at the present. And for good reason. They play fast. And distorted. You can feel them hitting things as they’re playing. Random things. Like each other. Or like you. Yeah, you, with the power of their fucking shitstorming music.

God I bet the pit’s a wonderful but exhausting place to be at one of their shows. God I want to be at one of their shows. Real, real soon. Maybe even in the pit. If I suitably forget about those 8 (or is it 9?) spinal fractures I’ve already had.

The band’s led by Meredith Graves and her bandmates “moonlight in grindcore, powerviolence, noise, and indie rock bands”. You can tell, it’s like early Wavves pushed to as many extremes as you can push it too. Way out. 

God I hope they never go limp on us like so many bands of this ilk do. They won’t will they? Nah.

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Posted at 1:35 PM 31 October 2013
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