The guitars have that nice quality of lightness, while combining to create a heavy sound. “Dichotomy”, for the dickholes.
This is probably tired and uninspired but this split is great grouchy music. It can also induce a perpetual attitude of bummerness. So if you don’t want to make your friends mad for not going out, don’t listen to this. Listen to, like, Future or something. I’m Trippin.
We’re back with another edition, just like your neighbor’s shitty facebook page that is always trying to influence other people’s music tastes by posting youtube videos of songs they like and hope that no one else knows of. Sharing music with your mom’s friends. Going to have influence on what they listen to while they go on their half-hour walks around the neighborhood. Brilliant. Maybe somebody will hire you for having taste because no one else does, obviously.
I hope you enjoy the ride, I guess. All this music fuckin’ blows though so maybe not.
I’m considering dropping the “Best” and “/” and just making this the “Worst Music of 2013”.
Whatever, man. “Art is subjective,” or whatever shitty segue a drunk person uses to change the conversation.
"Oh hey, look here. Scotty has a new photo up. I bet it’s a picture of a real cute girl in a lace halloween costume. Boy, it’ll make my night!"
"AH! AAAAAAHHHHHH!…. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHH! HOLY FUCK!" *tries to close window*"AHHHHHHHHH WHAT THE FUCK! WHY WOULD YOU DO THIS SCOTTY?!111111 FUC SHIT FUC" *cant close window and can’t figure out why*
"WHAT THE FUCK WHAT THE FUCK FUCK THEWHAT FUCK! FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU————-
New track, literally just recorded this one. Had a rough day yesterday. It was my dad’s birthday, so I stopped by his house to drop off his present, and found the family dog of 11 years dead on the steps, with a rattle snake curled up underneath her.
Had to frantically send my son into the house and grab a shotgun. That wasn’t a fun phone call to make to my dad. Ugh.
It’s a new Quietus column! On jazz! Jamie Skey brings us birthday wishes and fond remembrances for jazz legends departed, along with great new albums by Magnus Ostrom, Joachim Kuhn, Blue Touch Paper, Sons of Kemet (pictured) plus a live review of Kentyah Presents: M1, Brian Jackson and The New Midnight Band
The Quietus started a jazz column and it’s the best.