Posts tagged music

frequencymonsters:

NANCY 

The Gay Rage(spf5Ø edit)



The scope of internet music seems to be dominated by aural sects. spf50 edit is filthy and parasitic. paralyzing by the dark beat.

your only way to survive the fallout is to remember that time does not recognize your fear, despair and hollownees.

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transylvanianmisanthropy:

Own

I was a fool to have missed their last concert.

transylvanianmisanthropy:

Own

I was a fool to have missed their last concert.

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tokyotelephone:

Anyone baffled by the soundtrack for Rick Owens Women’s version of Mountain A/W 2012 (or should that be Volcano), might do well to listen to the original mix out of his context and then watch the show again.

I am not saying that it isn’t probably the most distracting and uncomfortable song he could have chosen, but it does fit the show and the theme.

Brutal, unforgiving, but ultimately aspirational - Mountain.

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witchtapes:

H▲LCYON WITCH†APE I by Halcyon Silence

Side note: SUPER CHILL mix by Halcyon Silence. Very nice collection of tracks. Def two thumbs up.


Adding this to my study playlist immediately.

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tokyotelephone:

devilgoddess:

lastremaininglight:

omg, this makes me feel so 懐かしい~

awwww

Cracking out the amazeballs tag for this. 

tokyotelephone:

devilgoddess:

lastremaininglight:

omg, this makes me feel so 懐かしい~

awwww

Cracking out the amazeballs tag for this. 

(Source: omoide-no-heya)

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auralsectsog:

NATTYMARI: OBLITERATED

now available for free download @ www.AURALSECTS.bandcamp.com

featuring remixes by: ƸC†OPL∆SM, Ela Orleans, TEXTBEAK, Daytime Television, Spf5ØWitchboyI††, Drrty Pharmaceuticals, Fire Coral,▲NDRAS,Party Trash, Ormus & MADDEN!

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20 plays • Download

Dark Mother - glass cast

Dark Mother are the closest thing that’s ever going to come to a triumphant ‘witch-house revival’. The Denver pair (Brandan and Hanns) have the innate ability of being able to merge interesting songs with obscure computer symbols and aggressive, strangely beautiful artwork. Back to the songs: They’re strange, warped efforts, with an oddly anthemic quality. You can imagine them being played into the early hours at underground European clubs; accompanying a derelict setting. Every witch-house box is ticked, but there’s more to this music than a simple by-the-manual quality. 

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