“She still was slightly offended by it but not so much that it ruined Christmas.”
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It's the second video from the local experimental rock act's 2014 record Be Black Baby.
Is everyone around you just another robot?
On the day of his last show as Spoonboy, Combs chats about the early days of folk punk and the influence of D.C.’s DIY scene on his music.
The experimental musician's latest album debuts a fuller sound that revels in its excess fat.
The tape's tracks were recorded live at D.C. DIY venues.
"Talking about the same intense thing at every show for weeks or sometimes months was driving me a little crazy.”
"We felt like the music would speak for itself, but I don't think any music can speak for itself today."
Standout Track: No. 3, the slow-crawling “Compassion” from Atlas At Last’s new A Composition Of Functions EP. The College Park hardcore three-piece's music may dwell in aggressive, sludgy places, but “Compassion” is built around a series of gorgeous, stripped-down melodic passages that inject the track with a sense of bleeding-heart urgency. “And do you remember the [...]
"Tereu Tereu took a murky, dystopian love song and made it a murkier, more barren planet even less fit for human habitation."