the-out-door
the-out-door:

New edition of the Out Door features our top 10 overlooked experimental albums of 2014 (including Unholy Two’s Talk About Hardcore, pictured above), plus conversations with Jon Mueller on the end of Death Blues, Steve Viaduct on his great reissue label Superior Viaduct, and collaborating guitarists Julian Lage and Chris Eldridge on their educational inspirations. Check it out here. 

that may be a picture of something else but rest assured “decorative feeding” by watery love is indeed featured as one of the top overlooked experimental records of 2014.  we’re at the bottom but only because it’s arranged alphabetically.

the-out-door:

New edition of the Out Door features our top 10 overlooked experimental albums of 2014 (including Unholy Two’s Talk About Hardcore, pictured above), plus conversations with Jon Mueller on the end of Death Blues, Steve Viaduct on his great reissue label Superior Viaduct, and collaborating guitarists Julian Lage and Chris Eldridge on their educational inspirations. Check it out here. 

that may be a picture of something else but rest assured “decorative feeding” by watery love is indeed featured as one of the top overlooked experimental records of 2014.  we’re at the bottom but only because it’s arranged alphabetically.

fuckinrecordreviews

fuckinrecordreviews:

"While the look/the sound, cover graphics, etc obviously owe a tremendous debt to the original Dischord/X-Claim era, none of those bands sounded this good in the studio so early in their careers. And Chuck D. would seem to be a bigger influence than John Brannon, so let’s start rewriting history."

LOADED  Issue #1  1989 (page 27), CRAIG MARKS, Editor

Review of CHAIN OF STRENGTH by GERARD COSLOY

donation courtesy Cincinatti Ken

this is one of the greatest late 80s hc 7”s and should be treated with respect