On his third album, the D.I.Y. glam-rocker re-brands himself as some sort of demonic teenager. But Black Moon Spell is, at heart, the sound of one guy making sure everyone around him has a good time.
Quilt - “Open Eyes” (Official)
From the 10” EP split with MMOSS, “New Hampshire Freaks”, out now on Beyond Beyond is Beyond.
BJM - “Oh Lord”
It’s like George Harrison’s “My Sweet Lord” on mega-sex speed.
King Tuff’s newest, “Danger in the Dark,” is apparently an ad for Captain Morgan. That said, I can’t help but still love it so much. Traces of Spaghetti Western, black rock and I guess dark rum.
You can also, as Billboard points out, hear the hip hop hinting that was placed en song with the help of Rick Ross/Wiz Khalifa mastering engineer Harry Fraud, and production by Mike Bozzi (Kendrick Lamar).
White Fence isn’t from around here. Vocals so compressed, like they’re being squeezed out of a tape deck that’s traveled lightyears to get here and it’s scratchy as fuck because of it. Heavy drums and bass make this track like a thick piece of paper, with no room for writing — just chant, chant, chant through the times.
White Fence - Baxter Corner
Zac Camanga on 10 great garage releases that may have slipped under your radar this month.
Modern garage sounds and psych rock riffin’. What can go wrong?
The War On Drugs - “Under The Pressure” (Official Video)
I think I just had a religious experience. Watching a near 8 minute light show representative of one of the most beautiful songs released this year will do that. The Slave Ambient aurora borealis even makes an appearance.