Tapes, tapes and more tapes!

Comadre - The Youth/Burn Your Bones Tape
Off-shoot of hardcore and punk, played fast and chaotic with an abundance of energy, but with a large focus on melody and tunefulness as well. Their influences can perhaps best be shown by the covers the band has performed live, by groups such as Rites of Spring, Refused, Kid Dynamite, and Suicide File.

Daitro - Discography Tape
Amazing melodic screamo hardcore. Switching it up into a slightly harsher tempo, starting off with octaves and dischords flying at you from all directions, slowly working in the melody under a brick wall of noise, then POW the tune hits in, not quite as rhythmic as the other side, but hell my head is nodding like one of those little dogs in the back of peoples cars driving on rough terrain!

M:40 - Historiens Svarta Vingslag Tape
Excellent crust with intelligent and wellwritten lyrics. Really pissed off scratchy vocals along downtuned heavy distorted but fairly well produced guitars from M:40 who do ScandiCRUST again and well, not that bad thus their energy and efforts they put into their songs make them quite interesting.

Petethepiratesquid - Dont Correct Me If I'm Wrong Tape
Great artwork, brilliant record title and the lyrics are great, too. Speaking of personal experiences and ideas in a stream of consciousness technique way mostly they are very direct and totally indirect at the same point of time. And “here’s a pen, here’s some paper, stop complaining, create your own art” is probably some of the best last words on a record ever.

All available for RM7ppd.


Auberta said...

Keep up the good work.

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