Five Songs, 4/8/2021
Five Songs

Five Songs, 4/8/2021

Hella, "Women of the 90's"

I was chatting with my friend the other day about some of the absolutely bonkers drum videos you can watch these days, stuff that just seems totally impossible. And this makes me think I should go watch some videos of Zach Hill doing his thing.

Khemmis, "Torn Asunder"

Just some good ol' heavy metal going on here. All fuzzed out guitar solos and shit. This should ideally be listened to in a custom van.

Agoraphobic Nosebleed, "Doubled Over"

This isn't custom van music, though. Too spastic.

Mudhoney, "Suck You Dry"

Mudhoney always wandered a little further from grunge than many of their contemporaries, but of course they could throw it down with the best of them. This, from 1992's Piece of Cake, certainly would fit along just fine with the rest of grunge from that time.

Lightning Bolt, "assassins"

Rocktastic today! We start with a noise duo and end with a noise duo. I have watched Lightning Bolt do their thing, but only on video. Alas, never live. It's a good time, though.

Joshua Buergel
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