What do you get when you combine a talented cellist, a gifted vocalist, and a brilliantly minded producer? If you’re in Australia you get together and form Faldum, that’s what. Self-described as an electro-acoustic nu-soul outfit, Faldum seamlessly blend absolutely lush and luxurious vocals with deftly plucked and bowed cello strings and absolutely remarkable electronic productions   Read More …

One man bands, grindcore or not, are a dime a dozen. Grindcore duos are practically as common. What’s not as common? A father and daughter grindcore duo! The daughter writes the lyrics and personally approves or disapproves of all her fathers contributions. It helps that the father is part of a two man sludge/post-hardcore outfit   Read More …

Do you want some killer outer space and out of your face bass music for the mind, the body, and the soul? Vekta Records will lace you up with “LDN 2 MPLS, Vol. One”. A various artist compilation clocking in at over an hour across 14 tracks, with only a single artist appearing more than   Read More …

New joint on Bludclot Recordings netlabel, a definite must listen! It’s been awhile since Bludclot Recordings broke you off some of that sonic goodness. To usher in a new era of activity for the label we have the Archangeltouching down with a mighty dose of dub-centric offerings by way of his “Phase Shift” EP. Over four tracks, the   Read More …

Outside of the Chicago area, I feel like Sir.Vixx is a pretty slept on producer. Truth be told, before I got booked to go play the Schizophrenia pre-party in Chicago, I wasn’t too sure what the deal was with him. I heard a pretty cool joint on Sociopath and knew, by way of online activity   Read More …

Limited to 50 cassette physical release with no legitimate internet storefront to buy it as a digital release, it’s pretty available all over the internet for free. That said, if anyone involved with this has issue with me posting, please don’t hesitate to let me know! Apparently Astromason is pretty big in some underground noise   Read More …

Okay, a couple of admissions before I get into this one. A – I really expected and hoped for some gnarly jungle or breakcore or noise-centric type shit, all without much basis other than some semi-and/or-relatively baseless preconceived notions. Dude runs a very eclectic netlabel, to be certain, but much of the output is heavy   Read More …

If you know me at all, you know the near love affair I have with one man black metal bands. Sometimes, though, a 2 man blacky death metal band is what the doctor ordered. Thankfully we’ve got Azoic to superbly fill those shoes. Incredibly diverse and complex across the board, Azoic deliver an interpretation of   Read More …

This is Grindthieves and Lil Wayne ain’t the kinda shit you’ll typically find here, even at our most crossover and supposed “sell-out”, but we got the incredible GRYPT covering “Love Me” from Lil Wayne – and that’s reason enough to perk your head up, guaranteed. This post, though, is even more remarkable than the cover   Read More …

Categories: Club, GRYPT, Hip Hop, Pop, Rap, The Artbreaker

At first the artist name for this project kind of put me off, but I’m twice through this release and find myself not caring too much about that – if anything, it’s actually pretty fitting. Ascendant Vague Aliens craft occult black drone music in a shroud of mystery behind a veil of seemingly specifically chosen imagery. It’s   Read More …