The gloriously shambolic punk stuff raged like an adolescent who's seen a specter of his older self just ahead, slumped at a local bar and stamped with a gas-station name tag. The Alabama-born legend was tough as an old strip of donkey jerky, yet many of his songs revolved around crying.
It made him more of a man—a man with a leather liver. Celtic punks Flogging Molly understand this phenomenon well, so it stands to reason that the title track of their record is a song about the songs you belt out after a few shots of whiskey. Seems old Jimmy stopped looking for that shaker of salt, shrugged and switched his focus to hooking up with another drunkard at the bar. On a water bed, no less. We hate this song as much as you do.
Of course we do. But the entire belly-shot community would beg to differ. And answer us this: Has any piece of music better simulated the jackhammering headache of a Russian-grade hangover? Would you really rather listen to Animal Collective, hippie? Most of the songs on this list celebrate nights of debauchery, but only Kris Kristofferson thought to pour one out for the blurry morning after.
Is this Brit hit the chirpiest drinking song on our list? Fatboy Slim. Fancy that. This star-studded trap ballad is about as subtle as Travis Scott's larger-than-life Fortnite performance minus the uber-trippy visuals. The Houston rapper teams up with Justin Beiber and Young Thug, repeatedly asking a lover to "call your friends, let's get drunk. Louis rapper J-Kwon may have been a fresh-faced year-old when he released this dance-floor classic public service reminder: teen drinking is very bad!
Snider, an Americana alt-country folk-rocker from Memphis, penned this jocular anthem, about underage frat boys looking to score some brewskies before a Robert Earl Keen show, in With this, punk's most heartwrenching tune about alcohol, the Bay Area trio made living under a bridge and eating dumpster burritos seem utterly romantic in On an album devoted to his favorite foods Mm.
Our drinking list oscillates between the celebratory and the self-loathing, between songs for drinking and songs about drinking. Back when Lil Wayne and Cash Money Records co-founder Birdman were on good terms, the pair teamed up for this champagne-soaked anthem built on the back of a Jadakiss sample.
Ah, the existential justification for drinking beer. Why do they call it the bar blues? Because it sounds like Mama Miss Pearl hit a dozen watering holes before recording this—at the age of We were picked on in high school too, but it drove us to novels about dragons, not howling soul music that tugs at your liverstrings. Joplin's vocal cords already sound like a public service announcement here.
In hindsight, you can hear her speeding to oblivion. It's a cold splash on the spine, enough to both drive us to drink and scare us off it forever.
Someone please give the man his drinks and shut him up already. It's glorious nonsense in the best way possible. You've already closed down one bar, taken the crew to a friend's place and had a few too many drinks, but Charli XCX and her pal Lil Yachty see no problem with keeping the party going This supremely confident pop tune is one for the folks who don't know when to stop for better or worseconsequences, weeknights and pesky neighbors be damned.
Gee, this stein-swinging sing-along from makes drunks seem quaint and adorable. Like commercials with horses falling in love with puppies.
Not like raging douchebags who get into fights about football and fall in the street. This L. That seems to be somewhat intentional, as Thes One and Double K never had greater aspirations than to throw a ridonkulous house party, and no desire to take hip-hop beyond the scratch heyday of two turntables and a microphone.
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PhuturePart 1. Muzik 5th Birthday Mix CD. Muzik magazine. Rhino reissue label. Addiction Records Australia. Space Calling. Carl Cox: Sound of Ibiza Mixmag magazine, promos. Back to Mine: Carl Cox. Hypnotic is a good word for them, but they are more deadly than that, seeing as they actively engage the listener to move beyond passive acceptance into insidious participation. This track just tears you open, gutting you with speedy, industrial shears, running you over and kicking your corpse.
See the full rundown here: Cvlt Nation. You can listen to via the Rocket Stop - Various - Moonshine Mixer No. 1 / Moonshine Mixed (CD) page or via Spotify:. We are extremely proud of our releases this year, hope you have enjoyed some of them too, what has been your favourite? You can buy and listen to all our releases here: Rocket Bandcamp. See the full rundown here: Loud and Quiet. Supersonic x Swamp present… Sounding Out Intersectionality.
Together with Swamp Booking, we're delighted to share with you the third instalment of the series entitled 'Sounding Out Intersectionality'. Hosted by journalist, Jasmine Ketibuah-Foley. Have a listen to this latest live mix Iggor has made for Vinyl Factory that contains lethal doses of J.
Zunz and Kooba Tercu. And don't forget to buy Petbrick's banging debut album 'I' here: Bandcamp. Included is music from Anthroprophh, Sex Swing, Autotelia and Flowers Must Die amongst many big names from the current world of psychedelic influenced music, download here:. Psych Against Cancer Vol. Against the Silence. Rarely in the history of music classifiable by gender or alphabetic letters, a group has done much to fall wigs historians, all clad in fetal position listening to the new album of these Finns seem to stop at nothing, not Satan or ridicule.
Somewhere between the synthetic apocalypse of Saint John and the soundtrack of a war film by Francis Ford Coppola where soldiers in black down jackets would bombard s Italy with Mayhem records, "6" sounds like an incredible torgnole. It's a question like that, but has anyone ever thought of suing John Carpenter's son? Cody, his first name, he does not deserve to be charged with abuse of age his father, for all the atrocities he is currently registered to him?
While John, the Patriarch of 72, finally seems ready to play the role of a zombie in the 45 season The Walking Dead,we expect the third volume of "Lost Themes" bringing together the Carpenter father and son it looks like the name of a butcher's shop in Lille for next February.
Imagine a tube of toothpaste squeezed to the bone Stop - Various - Moonshine Mixer No. 1 / Moonshine Mixed (CD) a dog without the mutant, and you get a fairly accurate view of what happened to the music of John Carpenter without images: a geriatric monstrosity where even the Yamaha synths demonstrators shout at ugly Read the rest here: Gonzai.
Louder Than War Gargantuan riffs, demonic vox and an uber-cool vibe that distinctly references past masters yet still manages to sound totally fresh.
Viscerals is the sound of impending doom and the perfect soundtrack the shitshow that has been They were all set to take another foot up the ladder of venue sizes while still keeping it real with dates at The Cluny, of course. They'd lined up their first US dates and were ready to dazzle American audiences with riffs, roars and Newcastle FC shorts.
More mags and websites were covering them than ever before. Graham Norton was being groomed to have them on his chat show instead of booking Harry Styles every week. Released just as Lockdown Phase I kicked in, Viscerals was a potent mixture of skull-cavingly heavy rock, mega metal, intense anxiety, sweat, sludge and to channel Liars for a second BLOOD!
Crank it all the way up to 11, screw a red lightbulb into the socket, dial the thermostat to 'Level Sauna', ask a tall housemate to stand in front of you while holding a plastic glass and it'll feel just like the gigs gigs gigs gigs gigs gigs gigs that Stop - Various - Moonshine Mixer No. 1 / Moonshine Mixed (CD) so cruelly denied us.
So as previously, it is a great time to buy some Rocket albums and shirts - here's some of our latest releases we wanna shout about:. Anthroprophh — Toilet Circuit 7" EP Repress on yellow vinyl due to speed of first pressing sold out — expected to go the same way. They have released a new album called 6 which is out now via Rocket Recordings. According to the press release, the new work is a cataclysmic clash with bewitching results. Listen below and check the playlist with the tracks which inspired their music.
Read the rest here: Son of Marketing. Watch the retina burning video above created by Rocket's John O'Carroll for the previously unreleased track 'They Live' — a just shy of 10 minute psych-out that marries the droned repetition of Spacemen 3 and the punk urgency of early Stooges.
There will also be two other ltd edition 2LP versions on 'Blue' and 'Black' vinyl. All versions come in a gatefold sleeve. We played a lot of squats, house gigs and parties in the early days. We lived in each others pockets - shared ideas, books, films etc. We just got on one. Some heads came along for the ride. Good times. Yet these feral experiments reach far beyond into a headspace that acknowledges no boundaries, rock orthodoxy or genre constriction.
Repetition helps with the telepathy we developed when playing. Most weekends from Friday to Sunday we were in the rehearsal room Stop - Various - Moonshine Mixer No. 1 / Moonshine Mixed (CD), experimenting with equipment, setting up mad pedal chains, plugging things into other things and just plain old jamming. Sometimes the direction of the music would be due to circumstances - a new piece of equipment, a broken collar bone, a new band member; would influence the direction of the music as much as any conscious decision to move into a certain musical direction.
I only ever visited Providence, Rhode Island, once; for the briefest of times, when driving from New York up to Stop - Various - Moonshine Mixer No. 1 / Moonshine Mixed (CD) on Cape Cod for a rather wonderful winter holiday.
We stopped for a lunch break, and I had the first of many clam chowders during that memorable holiday. That was inby which time the band Urdog had already been and gone… a band that has also passed into the annals of time, to the extent that I certainly had not been previously aware of them before Johnny and Chris from Rocket Recordings brought them to my attention. They were formed in Providence hence my story inand lasted only three years; a veritable lunch stop in terms of the history of music… yet one that deserves to be recollected and dwelt upon.
You can read the full story of how Rocket have come to release this retrospective on vinyl here, and I am very glad that they did because this is an absolute gem of a collection which deserves a much wider audience Read the rest here: Fragmented Flaneur.
Everything has to be correct. That was already the case in ancient Egypt. If it had been up to Pharaoh Overlord, there might even have been a fire extinguisher on the wall of the pyramids on every landing.
What could you hear while putting them on? Admittedly not one that has never been there or that cannot be traced back to their earlier bands such Stop - Various - Moonshine Mixer No.
1 / Moonshine Mixed (CD) KXP or Aavikko: Like many of their compatriots, the two have a preference for steamy heavy and stoner rock on the one hand and herbaceous electronics on the other. And also on their previous albums - see above - everything was correct in this regard. But Pharaoh Overlord wanted more - and quickly got Aaron Turner on the microphone. At the sludge institutions Isis, Old Man Gloom and Sumac, he provides, among other things, what could be described as a powerful male voice.
Originally he was only supposed to refine a few pieces on the sixth Pharaoh Overlord album, well, until his growls became a determining element of "6". It may not be a revolutionary trick to interpret motorized space rock, EBM and synth wave with the stylistic and substantive insignia of one of the toughest guitar music genres - but the way Pharaoh Overlord pull through this improbable to bizarre crossover is simply overwhelming.
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