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December 30th, 2016

Stree You Big @ 09:41 pm

Current Mood: streeyoulittle
Current Music: songs from the list

Here are my favorite songs of 2016

(not in any order)
Weaves- One More
Thee Oh Sees- Gelatinous Cube
Sunflower Bean- Space Exploration Disaster
The Strokes- Threat Of Joy
School Of Seven Bells- Ablaze
The Raveonettes- This World Is Empty (Without You)
Porches- Car
Nothing- ACD (Abscessive Compulsive Disorder)
The Mystery Lights- Follow Me Home
Mitski- Your Best American Girl
Mardi Kings- Little Arthur
Magic Shoppe- Interstellar Car Crash
Lull- Nouvelle
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard- Gamma Knife
Holy Fuck- Tom Tom
Grimes- Medieval Warfare
GØGGS- She Got Harder
Elephant Stone- Manipulator
DMA's- Too Soon
Dinowalrus- Tides
Dead Leaf Echo- Child.Glass.Heart
David Bowie- Blackstar
Colleen Green- Between The Lines
Big Ups- National Parks
Bent Shapes- What We Do Is Public
The Avalanches- Colours
Wild Nothing- To Know You
TY Segall- Candy Sam
Sheer Mag- Can't Stop Fighting
The Stargazer Lilies- When With You
Scott & Charlene's Wedding- Don't Bother Me
Quilt- Roller
OJR- Numb
Night Beats- Right/Wrong
Mercury Girls- Ariana
Lisa Prank- Baby, Let Me Write Yr Lines
The Parrots- No Me Gustas, Te Quiero
DIIV- Dopamine
Danny Brown- When It Rain
Car Seat Headrest- Vincent
Black Mountain- Mothers Of The Sun
Lady Pills- Eat Them
LVL UP- Hidden Driver
Honeyblood- Super Rat
James Blake- I Need a Forest Fire (f. Bon Iver)
Savages- The Answer
Angel Olsen- Shut Up Kiss Me
The Kills- Heart of a Dog
Diarrhea Planet- Life Pass
Beach Slang- Atom Bomb

October 6th, 2016

Donald or may I call you rock @ 10:33 pm

Porches/Japanese Breakfast/Rivergazer

Rivergazer took the stage and took a minute to make a few weird electronic noises before launching into some lo-fi electro R&B jams. Based on the band name alone I was expecting something a little louder and heavier. The band consists of two guys. One playing guitar or bass and the other with keyboards and synths. The keyboard/synth guy was the lead singer but the other guy would then come in with some nice harmonies. I just consulted them and it turns out that Kevin Ferrant the frontman of Rivergazer is also a member of Porches. They later brought out their friend Ricky to help them out with an auto tune free T-Pain cover. Kevin kept telling the crowd "y'all are hot and sexy as fuck". If the first band was Rivergazer then let's just says that the next band Japanese Breakfast can be called Lakegazers. They have more of a true dreampop sound. They stirred up quite the buzz touring with Mitski over the summer. Japanese Breakfast are led by spunky singer Michelle Zauner. When she's not strumming some mean riff she's bouncing around the stage trilling. As the songs went on the started to combine more of a 90s alt rock sound with the dream pop which I like. JB have a strong local connection in that Zauner is a graduate of Wellesley College. Japanese Breakfast played most if not all the songs on their album Psychopomp. One song they played that is not on their album was a cover of The Cranberries' Dreams. Their last song about being in love with a robot was a lot more synthy and electronic than any of their other songs. Aaron Maine and the rest of his Porches crew walked on stage to some song that kinda sounded like hipster Rihanna or something. Last year Porches played a Hassle show at the Elks Lodge with fellow faves Frankie Cosmos. Aaron even mentioned that one of the last times they played the Boston area was at this underground basement type venue. They are known for lo-fi post synth rock. If they added a few more synths they may just go totally v a p o r w a v e on your asses. One of the first things I noticed when I saw the stage were the vases full of flower bouquets. At one point Michelle of Japanese Breakfast gave a friend that she saw in the crowd a flower. Some funny moments for Porches were when one of the microphones got knocked down in the middle of a song and it made a funny sound. Also there was a cowboy hat on stage and members kept alternating wearing it throughout each song. As well as it taking a long time between two songs because Aaron didn't have a capo and needed one. To keep with the trend of every band doing a cover Porches covered a song by their friend and former tour mate Alex G.

October 2nd, 2016

And threw him on @ 12:41 am

Current Mood: vhapp
Current Music: Beach Slang- Atom Bomb

The guitarchaeologists called Diarrhea Planet were back in town for their first show since their run of shows last November at Great Scott. Kicking thing off were the Salem Wolves out of Salem Ma of course. These guys were Rock n Roll Rumble semi finalists this past year. Jack, Isaac and Woodrow like to rock out and have fun doing it. They play with all smiles. These dudes pack a punch. Fellow Tennessee punxxx Western Medication brought the rock. Western Medication, or may I call them Western Meds? Ohh that’s Robert right? I donno whatever they are still Western Medication so lets just call them Western Meds to put the name to the face. Their songs ranged from punk to post punk to almost shoegaze dreampop. They could pretty much pull of any sub genre of rock. They introduced one song as Send Me On My Way by Rusted Root. I remember that song from the 90's. Although sometimes when I hear it I gotta remember that it isn't Talking Heads. I'd say that Western Meds take more influence from 80's and early 90's rock. Finally the stage was set for the guitarmy of guitartists know as Diarrhea Planet! They started with a few songs from their new album Turn To Gold such as Ain't a Sin to Win, Bob Dylan's Grandma and Life Pass. Somebody had a sign that said "4 guitars are not enough" and someone else yelled that Diarrhea Planet needs 8 bassists. At first I thought a large, black plastic garbage bag had gotten blown out of a high-floor window. As it fell, I could make out the windmilling arms and legs of many stagedivers and crowd surfers. Diarrhea Planet will do that to them. Afterwards some of the DP guys are heading to the Sinclair restaurant to spin some tunes.

September 17th, 2016

Letters for Pootses @ 11:32 pm

Current Location: Lily pad
Current Mood: Wrhrheickglfpfogg
Current Music: Dyr Faser playing

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June 26th, 2016

Yes response to doing Rewind. @ 12:07 am

Current Mood: TG&B
Current Music: Devo- Clockout

It was a homecoming of sorts for everyone tonight. I guess except for Widowspeak who are from Brooklyn. Although the two coheadliners each played Boston Hassle sponsored shows last year. I'm sure Doug has as well, he's too good not to have. This whole lineup is just perfect for the chill vibes of the first Friday of summer. Doug Tuttle's newer stuff mixes 60's feel good hippie dippieness with a more garage rock sound reminding me a lot of White Fence (by the way today is Tim Presley's birthday). It was not the usual Gallagher, Tuttle, & Bond show tonight because Jesse is away on a yoga trip. So the had someone else on bass who filled in fine. The Tuttle trio finished with their chart topping smash from a couple years ago Turn This Love. Next up were dreamgazers Widowspeak. I'm surprised the term dreamgazer is not used more often. Last time they were here they played a church in JP. They have always seemed to fall in the shoegaze category but many of their songs almost have a country/folk feel to them. Lead singer Molly Hamilton coos like an evening dove. I have saved the morning dove comparison for Hope from Mazzy Star so Molly is the evening dove. This was Quilt's first time playing in the Boston area since their record release show back in February. Between a number of songs they talked about how the songs were written about places in the Boston area. For example their song Eliot St. is about the actual Eliot Street in the hear of JP. They also mentioned various studios and spaces around the area where they wrote and recorded their albums. Quilt are not an abrasive band at all. I think the whole family can enjoy them, even your grandma. There were even a few parents of band members in attendance. They perfect the fine line between psych rock and pop without being boring.

Doug Tuttle's setlist
A Place For You
It Calls On Me
Where You Plant Your Love... Is Where It Grows
Leave Your Body
Falling To Believe
Time Will Show
Turn This Love

Widowspeak's setlist
All Yours
Gun Shy
Ballad Of The Golden Hour
Coke Bottle Green
In The Pines
The Swamps
Harsh Realm

Quilt's setlist
Hissing My Plea
Mary Mountain
Eliot St.
Something There
Arctic Shark
Tie Up The Tides
Own Ways
Penobska Oakwalk
Cowboys In The Void

May 19th, 2016

He has burned a lot of bridges in the industry @ 02:16 am

Current Mood: whenyoudothemath
Current Music: Killing Joke- Eighties

Tonight Chicago baes Twin Peaks were back in town with their fellow Windy City friends Ne-Hi and Jimmy Whispers. With all the Chicago bands it calls for many Pitciendos and PRH's. Emerson indie Giants WERS I think are one of the sponsors and have set up a merch table along with the bands. I walked into the music hall to the sounds of one of King Gizzard's earlier albums. I am still so bummed that I missed them last week. Jimmy Whispers came out pumped. He even did a few push-ups to get in the mood. He was styled to look like a cross between Eddie Vedder and James Brown. He referred to his songs as sing-a-ling-a-ding-dongs. About his music it was like lo-fi pop rnb. He and Mac Demarco would make a cute couple. Or at least a nice tour. He sang mostly love songs or so he said. He sang a song about strip clubs and they took of his pants. The song after that was about how he'd never kissed a girl before which made me wonder how much he likes women. His last song was about, What else? Drugs! Of course. He was a lot of fun and a good showman. He didn't have a band. He sang to a prerecorded track. Between bands they were still playing King Gizzard which was great because they usually change records between bands but KG&TLW are so freaking awesome. Ne-Hi were more in the similar style of Twin Peaks, guitar driven power rock. They didn't have the showmanism that JW had but when you know how to rock that's not exactly necessary. They did move around very well with their guitars. Jimmy Whispers needs to learn guitar moves if he were to ever play guitar on stage. Every song they played got stuck In my head. At least until they started their next song one song replaced the other in my and probably most of the audience's cranial capacity. Throughout both opening bands sets I could see various members of Twin Peaks watching from backstage. They did a couple more catchy numbers then it was time for the Twin Peaks dudes. Twin Peaks came out saying that they were happy not to be playing at Great Scott. Great Scott was where I saw them the one and only time I saw them supporting The Orwells. These boys know how to rock. They headbang throughout every song. They seem to switch lead singers for each song. I think it's great when a band has multiple members who can sing. Before the show was even half over three different band members have sang lead on a song. I wanna think that the TP on their Tv at the side of the stage actually stands for Teeeeeeeaaaaaam Pitsie. They featured many signs from their new album Down in Heaven. (For those of you who don't understand the Pitsie references that's a nickname I have for a certain Blackhawks player) The crowd was mostly people in their teens and 20's. It was an all ages show by the way. There was many moshing and crowd surfing. The security guy had to chase some fans who stage dove. They were great and I am looking forward to their next Boston Rip.

March 24th, 2016

Desse Vick is a jest @ 07:49 pm

Morrissey worshippers Burglary Years kicked things off. Their heartfelt post punk helped set the tone early. This was my second time seeing them coincidently both times I've seen them have been at day shows. I'd be curious to see how they do playing at night. Everyone's favorite Providence snot punks Gymshorts were next. I'm hoping that they appeal to this younger millennial crowd. This was an all ages show so there are a bunch of little kids here. I was disappointed at how still the crowd was during their performance. The headliners were no stranger to the west coast garage punk scene. Both The Frights and SWMRS have albums produced by Zac Carper of FIDLAR. The Frights played last year's Beach Goth fest. The Frights are much poppies than the band that played before them Gymshorts. They got the young girls moving.

December 11th, 2015

Ask for name and badge number because this guy scared the shit out of me @ 02:38 am

Current Mood: scienc
Current Music: various songs from the list

My top 50 songs of 2015 (in no particular order

Andy California- Church Of The Black Snake
Beach House- Sparks
Belle & Sebastian- The Party Line
Bully- Trash
Courtney Barnett- Pedestrian At Best
Crocodiles- Crybaby Demon
Damaged Bug- The Mirror
Day Wave- We Try But We Don't Fit In
The Dead Weather- I Feel Love (Every Million Miles)
Deerhunter- Snakeskin
Django Django- First Light
Drinks- Laying Down Rock
Ex-Cult- Cigarette Machine
FIDLAR- Overdose
FUZZ- Rat Race
Goat- Words
Heaters- Mean Green
Hinds- Bamboo
JEFF the Brotherhood- Radiating Fiber Plane
JEFF the Brotherhood- What A Creep
The King Khan & BBQ Show- Alone Again
Kurt Vile- Pretty Pimpin
METZ- Spit You Out
Moon Duo- Night Beat
No Joy- Everything New
Palehound- Cushioned Caging
A Place To Bury Strangers- We've Come So Far
Potty Mouth- Cherry Picking
The Prefab Messiahs- Weirdoz Everywhere
Protomartyr- Why Does It Shake?
PWR BTTM- Dairy Queen
Refused- Elektra
Small Black- No One Wants It To Happen To You
Speedy Ortiz- Raising The Skate
Tamaryn- Hands All Over Me
Tame Impala- Let It Happen
Ty Segall- Circles
Viet Cong- Continental Shelf
Wand- Self Hypnosis In 3 Days
Wand- Stolen Footsteps
Wavves x Cloud Nothings- How Its Gonna Go

The last 9 slots go to the songs on the House of the Rising Fuzz compilation
The Barbazons- Jake
Black Beach- Kreep
CreaturoS- Bleeding Like A Stone
Dinoczar- Cream
Miami Doritos- Cut The Rope
Midriffs- White Washed
The Monsieurs- Shadow
Nice Guys- Chips In The Moonlight
The Televibes- DMT

(sorry I am disqualifying The New Highway Hymnal's song Isolation because I consider it a 2013 song

I try not to have multiple songs by the same band but considering that Wand and JEFF the Brotherhood each released 2 albums this year can pick one from each album.

November 20th, 2015

Hadn't seen maaaaak for a long time @ 08:17 pm

An amazing week of psychedelic garage pink kicked off with Wand. As you may know Wand are BFF's with Ty Segall and a couple of the guys will be joining Ty as part of his Muggers tour next year. Wand just released their second knockbuttocks record of 2015 1000 Days. I find this album to be a little mellowed than their previous efforts. The best part of the album is that most of the songs remind me of Syd Barrett era Pink Floyd. But before we could get Wanded we needed to sit or stand through two of the best local bands to psych out the Boston area. Midriffs (never call them the Midriffs. They hate the word the) kicked things off. Midriffs played almost every song they know. They aren't used to playing for 40+ minutes. They jammed out their mega hits including Death Beach, White Washed and Green on the Grass. Next we have psych drone legends Ghost Box Orchestra. They have been churning out thick dark drones for almost 10 years. This show was one of their few supporting a new EP Sound of Eternal Now. It's always been the same from them great musicianship and killer riffling. This was my second time seeing Wand this year. The first time I saw them in April was probably the loudest performance is seen this year until I saw J&MC and APTBS this fall. I didn't think they wee quite as loud this time. They were just as good. This performance really showed off Cory Hanson's skills as a guitarist and whatever else instruments he plays. They songs were a bit tripper. It really made me wish that someone were doing liquid light projections.

November 6th, 2015

Hassle fest @ 06:03 pm

Kicking things off at Hasslefest was Black Beach. Off all the bands playing Thursday they are probably the one I was most familiar with. They rock! And they are quite loud doing so as well. They introduced one song as being from their upcoming full length album which I am pumped about. Next in the other room were World Cup. They combined simple guitar riffs with more complex synth sounds at one point it almost sounded like the synth was saying "Oh ah ih oh ah ih ohhhhhh". They were completely instrumental so they weren't using vocals to do that. They reminded me a tiny bit of Battles who have an ex member playing he fest on Saturday. What I think is cool is that with the two stages, one band can set up while another is playing and they when that band finishes the next one can go on right away. So back to the original room for Joss. Joss is a one woman electro machine. Her music is pre programmed on a laptop while she sings and monotones the lyrics. The pounding beats remind me of bands like Vitalic and Factory Floor. I'd say it's maybe a cross between Vaporwave and Witch House. This weekend our next band Cave Bears were celebrating their 10th anniversary. To celebrate they were telling stories about their band and their love for the Grateful Dead and playing hippie jams influenced by their favorite band. I have heard a lot of good things about Listening Woman but I had yet to experience them for myself. They are a bunch of abstract weirdos making very experimental music. They used about every instrument a rock band can have and even had a bearded drag queen jumping around the stage. Gauche were next. They are like a less aggressive non political Downtown Boys. They do have horns, guitars and rhythm. Urochromes had one of the most dapperly dressed hardcore frontmen ever. Unfortunately I did not see that much of them because I was out getting dinner. Their last song was about being ugly. Home Blitz from Jersey were doing eclectic music not quite loud enough be called noise but pretty tight nonetheless. Next we had local noize faves (New England) Patriots. They are always quite insane live. They less everyone in the first pit of the night. Colby also has the nice tendency to join the crowd. For the first time in almost a year Free Pizza were back in the city where they originated: Boston Massachusetts. They have travelled to Miami, Nashville and even Berlin Germany to hone their skills. The results are a bunch of new power pop punk songs that will be on their next full length release due out next year. Between them and Black Beach next year will be quite a blast. The new songs sounded really good. If only they could stay in Boston. And of course they ended their set with Boston MA. Closing out the Elks Lodge portion of Hassle Fest were the Downtown Boys. This was my second time seeing them. As I recall last time they had two sax players. Tonight there was only one. They were still as angry as ever. Between songs Victoria Ruiz ranted against police and for equal human rights. Their live performances are like a whirlwind. It was now time to move to Out of the Blue for the rest of the night. James Moore's favorite band Whip Appeal kicked things off. They are a rap/synth punk band (yes that exists). They singer always plays shirtless because he is a real rockstar. They have a shout out to Dad Shea. The last band I was able to see was PC Worship. Unfortunately I wasn't able to catch their whole set because I had to make the train. I had heard of them but I never seen them before. They make a lot of noise. They are like falling into a black hole of white noise.

Day 2

The scene has shifted to the Brighton Music Hall for day two of hassle fest. The night started loud. Dent kicked things of on a screaming fury. They perfectly combine very heavy riffs with wailing vocals. Don't get bent get Dent. Next were local fiddler diddlers The Channels. I guess you could refer to them as math rock but I'll just call them smart noise. Next was the sunny dream pop rock of Mini Dresses which was perfect for the unseasonable warmth we have been having lately. It's music you can chill and sway to instead of the onslaught of the first two bands. Ungent is making electronic sounds such as bleeps, bloops, whoops, whomps, and sometimes there were so many going on at once I couldn't decipher everything. At one point I wasn't sure if his sound machine was farting. I couldn't smell anything which was good. Throughout the last two days my friend is doing face painting. Weirdo dudesters Cloud Becomes Your Hand were next on the main stage. I thought it was cool that one of the guys in the band had his face painted. These trippy hippies are from New York but probably should be from Boston or at least somewhere on New England. Luxardo was playing now with them. And yes he kept his pants on. They seemed to get freakier as their set went on. Next was the one man show known as Dreamcrusher. He screamed over drony noise and charged around. He reminded me of MC Ride of Death Grips but her was screaming not rapping. It's time to get horny with Battle Trance. They are four guys playing saxophones to make it sound like a drone. When they harmonized it sounded more like a squeaking autumn symphony. The best part was when they were blowing into their saxes funny and it sounded like an elephant with a stuffy nose. Next on the pit stage was the best band name of the entire festival, Unicorn Hard On. UHO isn't actually a band, it's a lady from Providence making warped techno beats kind of like Daft Punk on acid. She has played at a few Scanners. Pile and their pile driving riff which I spoke about at last years hassle fest were next. They sound like the hardest working band in Boston if not the hardest working band in show business. Actually Screaming Females are probably the hardest working band in show business but more about them later. Pile combine their pile driving riffs with emotionally charged lyrics and sick rhythms. After one time Thurston Moore collaborators Paul Flaherty & Bill Nace jammed out with their improv guitar, sax and drums it was time for our feature presentation. This was my first time seeing Screaming Females and let me tell you, they can shred. For a band with 6 albums their set was way too short. They should have played for at least a hour.

Day 3

First up bright and early for day 3 were the Lesser Knowns. They were guitar heavy power pop and a nice way to get things started. After them was Curse Purse which is what you do when your pocketbook has a hole in it. The reminded me of those guys from last night but with out the sax. Los Condenados are interesting. The have four members one drumming furiously. One blowing free jazz into a saxophone. One turning knobs on a noise machine and a lady behind a laptop playing and babbling. It made for some cool noise. Pucker up, Ned! It's time for Pucker Up. They are a minimal duo or drums and guitar rocking out heavily. I suppose pile would sound like them if they had less members. They fit well into the scene along with Lair & The Channels. I knew that Jake Tobin was going to be interesting before he even started considering that he introduced himself sounding like Donald Duck on helium. As he played disjointed chords on the guitar and banged the keyboard the Mike effects kept changing and distorting his vocals. Hardcore punks Sadist were next. By hardcore I don't just mean the leather jackets and spikes they were wearing. They were heavy, fast and could scream. The singer went in the crowd to incite a pit. I get the impression that they are Sammy P's favorite band of the whole fest. Olivia Neutron John entered to a synth drone. Then when she dropped the beat she got physical by dancing like a contortionist and screaming into her mic. Her vocals had a cool echo effect on. At first I thought that Dan Melichior sounded like a bluesy Mac Demarco. There's more to him than that. He sits, plays an acoustic guitar and has bells on his foot that he uses for percussion. Whatever effects he was using made his playing sound heavier than the average acoustic. 1,2,3,4 I declare... Pallberta! This trio of ladies do short choppy, skronkish bobs almost like Guerrilla Toss who by the was cancelled last minute :(. I said this about CBYH yesterday and I'll say it about Palberta today, they sound like they should be from Boston. Ben Hersey didn't really play much music but he did tell stories and motivational speak. He did sing atonally sometimes which was funny. He talked about piss mops and then led the crowd in a singalong about being cool. Punk-hopsters Obnox took the main stage next. All throughout the weekend the Hassle have been giving away free records to lucky attendees. Obnox is one of the many bands playing that donated a few of their albums. Heathen Shame's first song was called Diaper at the Gates of Prong. The lead guitarist held her guitar funny and started to play it with a beer can. The of the members made feedback with guitar and trumpet. She lay down on the stage and played on her back. Then the other guitarist laid I his back and the trumpeter went into the crowd and blew like some sort of animal. At the very end they had guitar sex and that was that. Next was the steelcore punk of Negative One or -1. The tore through 12 songs in about 10 minutes. That's even shorter than a football halftime period. Maybe they could play the next Super Bowl halftime show. Just sayin'. Ono's milkshake brought all the boys to the yard. They combined performance art with improv atonal free jams. They have been described as noise gospel. I guess Jesus really does like noise rock. Serengeti is the only rapper playing the fest. He rapped over beats, drones and dreamy synths. Tyondai Braxton was next. He as Yu may know is the former frontman of Battles. Solo he preforms with a MacBook and lots of other digital music equipment. It started off sounding like lots of tiny rockets going off in your brain. Then the beat kicked in and it got crazier from there. Lots of wobbly beat that would put Skrillix to shame. Unfortunately due to prior obligations I had to leave before Flipper even finished their first song. Either I have to review them based on videos posted on youtube or someone else will have to write about them.

I am neither sister, brother, son or daughter

I am neither walker or sleeper