Ten misconceptions about Collapse Board and Savages. Number one: that we care if they’re manufactured.
Savages. They aren’t.
Man, that band name’s a fucking misnomer, isn’t it?
Listen to the song above three times over. At least. It’ll make you feel like you’re skating blood and gouging intensity.
We’re a bit late this year (the story of our life) but it’s time for the annual call out for any new contributors interested in joining our ranks. Obviously we’re interested to hear from new people at any time of the year but doing a formal request helps remind everyone about our little site and […]
By Athanasios Lazarou The most interesting thing about Gorillaz long awaited return isn’t the music (it’s inconsistent at best), it’s how the album is being delivered. Humanz is album that insists on both its own commercialism and its refusal of authorship. After a 7-year hiatus we not only get a 26-track album with collaborators such as […]
You know what’s nasty? Hemorrhoids. Little hard cherry gummies in your stool. You know what’s not nasty? The new Destruction Unit LP. Yeah, you heard me. I really wanted to be rocked, shaken, battered, bruised – but Negative Feedback Resistor is just boilerplate hardcore punk. No politics, no perspectives, no emotional depth at all. All […]
By Alexis Late Photo by David McNamee A good friend who keeps her finger on the pulse on all things Riot Grrrl related, its various incarnations since its initial explosion in the early 90s, alerted me to the online presence of a label called Tuff Enuff records, based in Brighton and the spawn of, in […]
2010: Justin Edwards and Everett True found the site. It is intended as a radical alternative to the established Aus music press, with a focus on Brisbane. Meetings are held, where everyone stares blankly at everyone else. Drowned In Sound runs a series of articles asking “is music journalism dead?” 2011: Everett True brings in an array […]
My theory has always been that mediocre music – when framed correctly – can influence good, or even great music. The group I always cite here is Jesus And Mary Chain, which is somewhat unfair seeing as how they only turned into a self-parody after the second album, which is two more good albums than most manage. […]