gent bent covering leatherface.
good jams from gruff noodle blokes, bangers: Good Good Livin’.
i had such a crush on mary timony in high school. coolest chick ever.
amazing early 90s boston post-hardcore. this was a b-side to the american jean.
everything that happens is from now on.
“i’ve learned the taste of days that will always burn.”
dreamo. also known as power sadness. a genre who’s time is overdue.
sea breezes hail from baltimore and mix classic screamo with noodlecore and noise.
Bells on Trike - The Old Adam
my soundtrack for my first day back.
bells on trike was an unsung emocore band from the 1990s that shares a dissonant, dry and mathy melancholy, not unlike ethel meserve, tipping canoe, and the like.
“imagine me imagining you carrying us through, through our darkest days.”
one of the best examples of muscular, polished melodic post hardcore.
miss this band and their positive outlook.
“i can’t believe i’ve found my calling… throw your habits in the fire.”
the reptilian are one of the more challenging and inspiring bands i’ve been lucky enough to see over the last couple of years.
here, an angular anthem about the joy at finding one’s place in the world.
“i’m waking you up
and since you’re waking up this way
i can assist now
if we could write it down
then we would throw it out
give it less time.”
with the braid reunion looming, this mock orange song is standing out this morning. i am positive the rain is helping as well.