Five Songs, 10/15/2018
Five Songs

Five Songs, 10/15/2018

Folks, they can't all be winners.

Scissorfight, "Victory Over Horseshit"

Can we just admire the naming going on here? Scissorfight? "Victory Over Horseshit"? That's good stuff. I mean, the album isn't that great or anything, but whatever.

DJ Food, "Dark Blood (Mlo Nu Blud 2 Mix)"

Yeah, there's no way this is going to be on YouTube, is it?


Hooray! I'm very lazy, so that's great news.

OK, Plexasaurus Rex, let's get some meat on the bone here, not much to talk about so far.

Rocket From The Crypt, "Lefty"

A track from the first All Systems Go comp, this song...really goes absolutely nowhere. Nor did the previous one. This is shaping up to be a real winner here today!

Parliament, "Medicaid Fraud Dogg"

This is the title track of the most recent Parliament album, which came out this year. Yes, in 2018. A mere 40 years after the last important album as Parliament (1978's Motor Booty Affair), although Funkadelic had more gas in the tank. I bought this mostly out of curiosity, and it's deeply inessential, but good on George for keeping on with it.

Spent, "The Quarter Conspiracy"

A mid-90s indie rock band on Merge, Spent put out a few records of solid, mostly pretty rock before disappearing. Perfectly pleasant to listen to, and I like the clarinet bits here.

Joshua Buergel
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