Pagan doom rock with a catchy riff. The whole album is great.
Nice heavy rock.
One of my favorite tracks by weirdo internet funk band Knower. All the musicians are great, but I particularly love Sam Wilkes’ bass work.
Courtesy of Japanese beat maker Bugseed: one of those loops that I could listen to for a solid hour without getting bored.
Hypnotic, soulful, mesmerizing: top shelf stuff.
I first heard this in season 1 of Luke Cage and immediately loved it.
This song is great for playing at top volume, especially the Band Camp version which doesn’t have super annoying blasts of white noise, like on Spotify. (I only just now discovered that! And it reminds me I should pay these people money.)
A local band with a really interesting style.
A kick-ass new live version of the best song from the best TV soundtrack in history? I’m in tears. So good.
When you’re in Berlin and you can’t decide whether to make a Dark Techno or House Track. Or what to name the damn thing. And it all turns out well.
Jurie: Cool! That reminds me of this Ugandan Methods track:
Time for some black metal! Come for the hilarious name, stay for the crushing sense of doom and horror, and the amazing guitar tone. This would make a great soundtrack to something I don’t want to look at.