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Monthly Archive for November, 2009
THE LORD OF DEADSIDE!!!! HARDCORE ASSWRECKING TECHNO MUSIC!!!!!
This grandma is pretty straight up rowtow. Might also want to peep rowtow grandma part 1.
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Elizabeth Lambert doesn’t take your shit.
Enjoy the piss out of it.
A soothing ambient chill mix of music to heal and calm. Best if taken with your meds. Do not drive or operate heavy machinery.
Download. 40.2mb, 29:17.
- UNKLE – Back and Forth
- Underworld – To Heal
- Nine Inch Nails – Adrift and at Peace
- The Orb – Spanish Castles in Space
- M83 – Coloring the Void
- Biosphere – People are Friends
- The KLF – Mercury
- Aphex Twin – Curtains
- Moby – Lean on Me
- DJ Shadow – Blood on the Motorway
“And did the Countenance Divine
Shine forth upon our clouded hills?
And was Jerusalem builded here
Among these dark Satanic mills?”
– William Blake, Jerusalem
Not really the fairy tale land of Doctor Who, police who don’t carry guns and Harry Potter, England can be a pretty grim place to live. Starting with the punk movement through to the current dubstep scene, the societal conditions of a country with a fucked up class struggle that’s filled with housing projects and unemployment has brought us a lot of interesting music.
And that’s what this mixtape is about: the amazing albeit bleak music of England. (I have nothing against it as a country or a group of people, I just thought this would make for a good mix).
Download. 66:38 minutes, 91.59mb
- The KLF – It’s Grim Up North (part ii)
- Burial – South London Burroughs
- Joy Division – Shadowplay
- The Future Sound of London – Dead Cities
- Billy Bragg – A New England
- Jamie Woon – Wayfaring Stranger (Burial Remix)
- Throbbing Gristle – United
- Kano – Ps and Qs
- Vex’d – Bombardment of Saturn
- Public Image Ltd. – The Flowers of Romance
- Distance – My Demons
- The Normal – Warm Leatherette
- Coil – Ravenous
- Sinead O’Connor – Black Boys on Mopeds
- Skream – Nemesis
- The Human League – Being Boiled (Fast Version)
- Caspa – Big Headed Slags
- The KLF – Jerusalem of the Moors
What better way to celebrate Dia de los Muertos than some brutal MEXICAN DEATH METAL?
The album’s title translates to “Hated Race” (watch Lou Dobbs to figure out who that is) and features songs about immigration politics, the Zapatista movement and the drug war along with more traditional death metal themes. Ex-Dead Kennedys vocalist Jello Biafra appears as a tongue in cheek version Californian governor Pete Wilson on one track. This music is the polar opposite of what people commonly think of as “Mexican Music”, e.g. Ranchera (the polka sounding stuff that’s on like four AM stations) or Morrissey (seriously). Like gangsta rap before it turned into a showcase of Bentleys and diamonds, Brujeria has got to scare the shit out of White People.
Download it here from Brutal Xpression, which appears to be an extreme metal blog in Spanish. Good stuff if you’re into it.