Thursday, November 25, 2010

SLEAZY - The Hour Of Apocalypse

Christopherson died during his sleep on November 25, 2010 as informed by former bandmates Chris Carter and Cosey Fanni Tutti via twitter. :

Our dearest beautiful Sleazy left this mortal coil as he slept in peace last night. Words cannot express our grief.
Chris Carter



Saturday, November 20, 2010

Antares - Deep and Endless

About Antares:

Our band was formed in the spring of 2004.
It has two members:
Scorpthor: vocal and lyrics,
Prethoryus: music, backing vocal

Our music is written with computer. Its mood is that of black metal but you can also find dynamic extreme metal elements in it.
Our first CD including 10 songs was released in February 2005 with the title „The Last Sunset”. The songs are about the end of the world. It was well received.
Soon afterwards we began working on our second album (Deep and Endless), which was released in April 2006.
Its about nightmares and dark stories. The mood and the atmosphere is new. The second album got a recognition that we expected after the success of the first one.
Both our albums were recorded in our homes but we intend to record the vocal and mix the album in a studio.
Currently we are looking for a record company so that more and more people can listen to us.

Friday, November 12, 2010

Sex Pistols Live at the Screen on the Green ‘76

Im not going to write so much about Sex Pistols(since every music lover knows the story), just that this show is from August 29, 1976, before they recorded their first and only album. The sound is relatively good and the bands performance is really powerful, not like the shit they did when they got known and famous around the world. Sex Pistols is the only true punk band, the rest play punk rock.EnjoyJudas Eukaryote

Thursday, November 4, 2010

Nine Inch Nails - Downward Spiral

Mushroom with Eddie Gale - Joint Happening

Mushroom w/ Eddie Gale - Joint Happening (Heyena, 2007)Mushroom is a bay area psychedelic rock band with influences running the gamut from Krautrock bands like Can, along with post rock the likes of Tortoise and electric Miles Davis. The Davis connection gets even deeper with the appearance of trumpeter Eddie Gale for this album. Gale had a brief period in the spotlight recording with Cecil Taylor and Sun Ra and also making two funky LP's for Blue Note. His chops have not deteriorated one bit and he fits in very well with the ethereal soundscapes that Mushroom lays down for him. Sounding at times like In a Silent Way or Bitches Brew era Miles updated for the new millennium, the album drifts through organ drenched drones with vibraphone and guitar occasionally bubbling up in the mix to change the texture. Gale if left free reign to play at will, stuttering and smearing his trumpet over the mix. Like fellow trumpeter Graham Haynes, who is mining much the same terrain, Gale will often leave long patches empty of trumpet, only to drop in with an exclamation at just the right moment. This is a beautiful and thoughtful stretch of music that should be embraced by both the jazz and jam rock communities. (

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Silencio! by Acidbushman

1. Morricone: Death Rattle
2. Charles Mingus: Solo Dancer
3. Kodo: Okesha Prayer
4. Nils Petter-Molvaer: Dead Indeed
5. Marie Boine: Cuovgi
6. Mia Farrow: Lullaby
7. John Zorn: Lucifer Rising
8. Transglobal Underground: Dopi
9. Carter Burwell: Blood Simpler
10. Volapuk: Nusrat
11. Don Cherry: Bitter Funeral Beer
12. Godard-Tadic-Nausif: Chanson Pour Lise
13. Dragan Dautowsky Quartet: Ogledalo (Mirror)
14. Einstürzende Neubauten: Silence Is Sexy
15. Hortobagyi: Traditional Music of Umgdala (track 6)
16. The Residents: Inner Space
17. Pinkie Maclure: Garden Of Delights
18. Legendary Pink Dots: In Rainbows
19. Jamie Saft: Remember
20. Pat Metheny: Are You Going With Me?
21. The Cure: Prayers For Rain
22. Neil Young: Dead Man - Guitar Solo No. 4.
Silencio! by Acidbushman