Locobeach on Selective Memory

Album Review: Locobeach—Psychedelic Disco Cumbia

Locobeach—Psychedelic Disco Cumbia Independent Link: Bandcamp Psychedelic Disco Cumbia takes from the Fania discipline and shoots it into the outer reaches of space with its psychedelic melting pot with tight-woven traditionalism and weird space-age cocktail sounds. Having a combined resume that includes bands like Los Amigos Invisibles, Crema Paraiso, and … Read More ›

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Album Review: Bedtimemagic—Pillow Talk

Bedtimemagic—Pillow Talk Nefarious Industries Links: Bandcamp | Nefarious Industries There was a time when labels like Touch and Go and Amphetamine Reptile existed with a purpose to push the envelope and present alternative music from their unique perspective. Sometimes that means getting out of your comfort zone and re-defining the … Read More ›

The Dark and Depraved: A Bay Of Blood

A Bay of Blood [1971] Directed by: Mario Bava Link: IMDB Mario Bava knows how to pull every emotion out of the viewer to create a rollercoaster of emotions that is as genius and exquisite an approach to the 1970s horror genre. A Bay of Blood is fucking depressing. Stelvio … Read More ›

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Album Review: Agnostic Front—Get Loud!

Agnostic Front Get Loud! Nuclear Blast Records Links: Facebook | Nuclear Blast Records Agnostic Front does not need to get back to basics because they are the godfathers of New York Hardcore who saw the genesis of the East Coast Hardcore scene. Yet their latest album for Nuclear Blast Records … Read More ›

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Album Review: King Hiss

King Hiss—Earthquaker Self-Released Link: Official Site King Hiss has spent a career attracting the biggest names in the business to help craft rock artistry. Dave Collins who worked with bands like Queens of the Stone Age, Soundgarden, and Black Sabbath; The Machine who amplified Fall Out Boy, Lamb of God … Read More ›