Foetus, "Take It Outside Godboy"
We've encountered this song before, but last time it was a live track. Instead, we've got the studio version here. So, this isn't a repeat from where I sit. At any rate, Gash is an excellent album, if you're into Foetus's thing.
DJ Vadim, "Who The Hell Am I?"
Another track from DJ Vadim's debut album, U.S.S.R. Repertoire (The Theory Of Verticality). As usual, I think it's fine, but it's not really super engaging.
matt pond PA, "Silence"
I think matt pond PA is one of the biggest chameleons in my collection. Many of these songs sound pretty different from one another, which is actually pretty nice. Anyway, the strings on this song are lovely.
The Nation of Ulysses, "N.O.U. Future Vision Hypothesis"
Here's a good example of what I was talking about last time. In the middle of a noisy hardcore album, there's this sedate little bit of jazz noodling. Why? Why not. It works!
Booker T. and the MGs, "Doin' Our Thing"
And the faux jazz of Nation of Ulysses flows right into the laidback instrumental soul of Booker T. and the MGs. And again, it works! I'm enjoying this! More jazz! Even the fake kind from weirdo DC hardcore kids! More soul!