Melt Yourself Down – Self-Titled Review

When dance music comes to mind, punk rock and jazz generally isn’t the first to make the list of ideas. The UK band, Melt Yourself Down, does just that. Their full-length self-titled debut off the leaf label stands out among the recent releases of music. It’s hard to pin them down to one genre, butContinue reading “Melt Yourself Down – Self-Titled Review”

Underground Mondays: Urr – The Endless Riddles of Sky and Earth

When Dylan Carlson wrote the first notes to his defining album,¬†Earth 2, for his band Earth, I wonder some days what was going through his mind. For anyone unaware,¬†Earth 2 is arguably the heaviest, deepest, darkest guitar album ever written. It’s minimal and droning structure scares off listeners within seconds, and lucky for me IContinue reading “Underground Mondays: Urr – The Endless Riddles of Sky and Earth”

The Haxan Cloak – Excavation Review

Music creates emotions. Whether its a sense of love, hate, sadness, or happiness, all music gives us a sense of what the artist is trying to create. Some are able to prevail these emotions better than others, but when the writing process comes to life, there is a theme that’s involved. Rarely do listeners goContinue reading “The Haxan Cloak – Excavation Review”