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Category Archives: Rock

Soundgarden – Drawing Flies

RIP Chris Cornell.

Soundgarden – Hands All Over

Before Grunge brought Rock back into an acceptable proposition for the masses, Soundgarden had recorded their 2nd album, 1989’s ‘Louder Than Love’. On said album was an expansive, undulating Rock masterpiece called ‘Hands All Over’.

Tad – Behemoth

Grunge, a time in musical history when guitars were grabbed back from the clutches of hair Metal. There were obviously the “big” names that came under this banner (no need to mention them here, and some were far more deserving of fame than others), and there were the lesser known names; like Mudhoney, Melvins, and Tad. Tad were named after big frontman Tad Doyle; and what better way to celebrate this band than their banger ‘Behemoth’. This track was also lovingly covered by Foetus on his 1990 tour; the same year the original came out on the album ‘God’s Balls’.

Pixies – Hey

A mighty, mighty song from the bands 1989 magnum opus ‘Doolittle’.

Donovan – Season Of the Witch

Country-Rock, UK style, from 1966.

The Beta Band – Assessment

Great song from the St. Andrews band; is this indie? Is it Rock? Who cares. The video was directed by the band themselves, and some have stated the video is ‘deep’ (shudder), but I suspect that the band just wanted to have a bit of fun with the idea of so-called progress. This song is from their 2004 album ‘Heroes To Zeros’.

On a side note, the video was ripped off by Romain Gavras for a Samsung advert.

PJ Harvey – Hair

A song about Samson and Delilah from Polly’s first album ‘Dry’ (1992). Polly stated that Slint were a huge influence on ‘Dry’, their dynamics in particular; and this can be heard on ‘Hair’.

Earth – From The Zodiacal Light

One of the rare Earth vocal tracks taken from a contender for best album of 2014, ‘Primitive And Deadly’.

Slow, slow bleached rock music.

The Sentinel DJ set tonight! (London)

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Tonight we will playing some tracks at this event at The Buffalo Bar, N1. Expect a selections something like the various tracks below.

Electrelane – The Partisan

Who’d have thought a Leonard Cohen track word work so well as a punk tune? Electrelane at their absolute finest.

Laurence Johns

Curator of Counter-Culture, Personal Development Consultant & Writer

Bubblegum Cage III

UK Post-Rock, Laptop Electronica, '90s Rap

atomicbark

Sci-Fi Radio Series...

Fractal Meat

Processes & Experiments /// Radio show on NTS /// Short-run tape label

Graham Dunning

Art | Music | Education

The eie Consumer Emporium

sound and art resource for irr. app. (ext.) and related projects

K R A U T L A N D S

"You made a believer out o'me"