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SOME STUFFS: New tape from Vargrwulf

If harsh noise is your thing, you’ll want to pick up the new 30 minute cassette by Vargrwulf. It’s said to be “one live track recorded direct to tape in summer of 2014″, which wasn’t that long ago (it might have happened last night)” and that the piece is “inspired by the landscape and figure studies of the painter Balthus.” You may listen to a brief excerpt above. For ordering information, e-mail harshhumanignorance [at] gmail [dot] com.

RECORD CRACK: Hollow Sunshine to release new 45

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Reuben Sawyer and Morgan Enos gave joined forces again as Hollow Sunshine and will be releasing a new single, their first set of new music since their debut album last year. In what’s being described as “two songs of helplessness, departure and relief”, the two new songs are “Cold Truth” and “I Wandered”. Nostalgium Directive of Seattle are keeping things easy with this one, only 500 copies are being pressed on black vinyl with a picture sleeve. You may pre-order it through their web store or go for it digitally below through Bandcamp.

SOME STUFFS: Wil Blades ready to share his “Field Notes” with you next month

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Fans of the Hammond B-3 will not have to wait any longer to hear a new album to be satisfied with. The player is Wil Blades, who some of you may have known for the album he did a few years ago with jazz drummer Billy Martin. The Royal Potato Family will be releasing a new set of music from Blades on August 19th called Field Notes, which will be supported with a west coast tour that will lead him to to Japan later in the year. Have a listen to “(I Can’t Stand) The Whole Lott of You”, one of the notes from Field Notes, and look over the venues:

September 9… San Diego, CA (Winston’s)
September 10… Los Angeles, CA (Blue Whale)
September 11… Santa Cruz, CA (Kuumbwa)
September 12… Oakland, CA (Duende)
September 13… Oakland, CA (Duende)
September 16… Arcata, CA (Jambalaya)
September 17… Eugene, OR (Cozmic Pizza)
September 18… Bellingham, WA (Green Frog)
September 19… Seattle, WA (Royal Room)
September 20… Portland, OR (Goodfoot)
September 21… Zig Zag, OR (Sky Way)
November 14… Tokyo, Japan (Organ Jazz Club)
November 15… Ishikawa, Japan (Cafe & Bar Mock)
November 16… Fukui, Japan (Kennedy Club)
November 18… Kyoto, Japan (Le Club Jazz)
November 20… Osaka, Japan (Rugtime)
November 21… Kobe, Japan (Flat Five)
November 22… Hyogo, Japan (Plenty Hall)
November 23… Okayama, Japan (Bird)
November 24… Tottri, Japan (No Side)

The vinyl and CD versions of Field Notes can be pre-ordered below via Amazon.

VIDEO: The Other Guys’ “Seeds Of Ambition”

Seeds Of Ambition is the debut album The Other Guys will be releasing this Tuesday on HiPNOTT Records. The video is under 90 seconds so I’m not sure why this isn’t longer but maybe that will happen when some fans will purchase the album for themselves. Maybe The Other Guys will need some “Seeds Of Ambition” for themselves to make it happen.

VIDEO: Aborted’s “The Extirpation Agenda”

Metal mayhem in a way you may not have heard before, Aborted play what you’d call deathgrind, a wonderful mixture of death metal and grindcore. You can hear more of it on Aborted’s latest album, The Necrotic Manifesto (Century Media), but what you can deal with now is “The Extirpation Agenda”, so have a listen and eat some flesh of unknown origin.

VIDEO: The Dagger’s “1978″

The Dagger’s self-titled album on Century Media is sure to make hard rock fans remember the good times, whenever their good times happened. “1978″ isn’t just a year the band are heavily influenced by, it may very well be a way of life, or at least that’s how they’re parading themselves in the video of the same name. It’s a healthy attitude, and one that truly rocks.

AUDIO: Motofightr’s “Piano F**k”

It’s both funny and irksome when someone tries to censor a word and yet when you read ot censored, it doesn’t hide what it says. For example, when someone sees the word “fuck”, it is customary to censor it as “f*ck” or “F**k”. Yet when it’s censored as “fu*k”, you can still read the word that way. Case in point is this new song by Motofightr. It could be called “Piano F**k” or “Piano F*ck”, even though you already know what it really says. In this case, it’s called “Piano Fu*k”. Pointless, right? Eh, it’s a means to let you know about the new song so censored or not, it’s a good song, but a dumb way to promote it.

SOME STUFFS: Da Mafia 6ix offer song from new album due in October

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Halloween is the day to not be afraid, but to anticipate the coming of new music from Da Mafia 6ix, which has a title: Watch What U Wish. You don’t have to wait to hear something from it, at least a track, one produced by DJ Paul called “Lock’m N Da Trunk v.2″, which of course means it’s version two. The song also features DJ Zirk.

The group are on tour right now, so go see the 6ix and show them support:

July 11… Corpus Christi, TX (Club XS)
July 13… San Antonio, TX (White Rabbit)
July 25… Thornville, OH (Legend Valley – Gathering Of The Juggalos)
July 26… Asheville, NC (New Mountain Theater)
August 2… Dallas, TX (Club DaDa’s)
August 3… Houston, TX (Numbers)
August 7… San Angelo, TX (The Beauregard)
August 8… San Leon, TX (18th St Bar & Grill)
August 9… Austin, TX (Red 7)
August 16… Miami, FL (Grand Central)
August 29… Las Vegas, NV (LVCS)

VIDEO: Kodac aka M80′s “Say What”

French producer Ikaz Beatz was able to put this together for Kodac, who some of you know as M80. The song is called “Say What” and after hearing it, you can now proclaim “say this”. If you need to, switch gears as if your name was Kodac.

SOME STUFFS: Papertwin cover George Harrison song for fun

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Papertwin released a new EP last month called Vox Humana, so does that mean they are Kenny Loggins fans? Unknown at this time but I can tell you they are fans of George Harrison, as they decided to cover “Fish On The Sand”, a song from his 1987 album Cloud Nine.