I heard people talk about this song during Kyary’s US performances in both LA and NYC, “Kyary has a dubstep song” they all claimed. I searched a bit for concert footage but the distortion in the audio made it mostly unbearable. The PV for this song is finally out and I’m pretty happy with it, Kyary is weird, the drop is somewhat expected but pretty damn satisfying.
Apologies for not posting more frequently, if you follow me on Twitter you may have found out that I had pretty intense back surgery and am now in rehab learning how to walk all over again. I’ll try to post more from here, I really wasn’t feeling it when I was in the hospital but here it seems like a nice distraction.
Think about a car full of your “post hardcore death sludge metal” heroes ( They do love stuff like Meshuggah, Cryptopsy, Napalm Death, Mike Patton’s projects, etc) crashing on a Bus full of electronic gear stolen from Noisia, Venetian Snares and Igorrr’s studio.
It slaps, rattles, scrapes, breaks just how you’ll like it if ever you have some love for the aforementioned peeps…
SOMEONE HAS BEEN READING MY SECRET MUSIC DIARY. SOMEONES.
More filthy music from the BedroomResearch label. BedroomResearch: they’ll sleep on it.
“Another silver mojito, xie xie”, it had been far too long since my last stint off-world and almost as long since I was in the real. Closing my eyes makes me dizzy, far too much time without closing them does that. The beach on this moon stretched for miles, pre-Sprawl neo-Caribbean, but without the cruise liners; white sands, palm trees, unnecessary necessary tiki bar, the works. A band had finished setting up near the large acoustic shell by the bar, the lead gets on the mic, nods and starts playing some notes on his computer…
Someone described this as cyberpunk fusion jazz. I can’t think of a more apt description.
One of the 5 excellent promo mixes for an event that happened in November in LA, excellent combination of all that UK grime business.
I’m really tired of your shit, EMI. A few years ago I could look back and see music videos that I remember watching for the very first time in my living room at home. You are currently more concerned with protecting your decade or even older copyright than you are in letting some fans share the joy of the music they used to listen to. If you’re taking something down, how much would it hurt for you to make a VEVO channel that had a version of that video? It seems that a lot of the time when someone claims that the “music industry is dying”, it’s more by their own hands than by any action by any number of fans.
Support creators who put their music on Bandcamp, their music videos on their own YouTube/Vimeo channels, are not signed on to labels and just want to make things that people like.
Sorry, I had to rant for a bit. If anyone ever wonders why I post mostly Bandcamp content, this is a big reason why.
Anyone even remotely familiar with chipmusic in 2012 will tell you that Danimal Cannon and Zef, individually, were already forces to be reckoned with. Dan mentioned this collab to me several months ago, likely at a show and when it was just starting to form.
What often feels like the most bizarre and somewhat metal face-off of dueling Gameboys turns into an extended jam session between two of the more brilliant programmers of the medium. Danimal Cannon’s melodies lead Zef’s chunky electro hits through what I can only assume is the musical equivalent of walking across the multiverse.
You can check out more of Danimal Cannon’s music at his Bandcamp or his band’s Bandcamp (who just released a new album a week ago!). ALSO, Fangamer has teamed up with Danimal Cannon to offer a merch bundle. DON’T MISS IT
Excited to see this! I know Damon and his crew have been hard at work making this video from all the tweets and Tumblr posts about this. I also have a hoodie and some EL tape that I should just get around to adding the two together for the next Infinity Shred show.