fuck rob ford. dundas street.
THE WEIGHT OF LIFE KEEPS BEARING DOWN ON ME
COKE BUST Will Play Wherever / Noisey Interview
"Coke Bust is a straight edge band with an un-straight edge name. Over the last 7 years, the DC-based four-piece has become a favorite in the DIY hardcore scene. Their last album, 2009’s Lines in the Sand, packed in a whopping 33 songs (on the CD version anyway). But for their new album, Confined, the band picked their punches a bit more carefully. The 9-song LP clocks in at just under 10 minutes. 10 minutes of relentless, thrashy hardcore.
We talked to Coke Bust singer Nick Tape recently about Confined, the Redskins, and touring to the uncharted territories of the hardcore scene.”
Check out the full interview on the Noisey site:
Vice band interviews can often be really uncomfortably condescending but this one is great.
SEED by DRY SPELL
"Please use discretion—JL"
"2/1 [By the Door] is a sort of nursery rhyme for skin heads"
Finally finished. interviews with Iron Lung , David West and James Vinceguarra, Kitchens Floor, Whatever Brains, Ex-Cult, and author Jonathan Lethem. As well as record reviews and other words. LC is myself, Daniel Russell, and Sam Roberts. Contributors to this one are Joe McAlhany, Patrick Walsh, and Tyler Abernethy.
Pics will come whenever I pay my comcast bill.
They’ll be sold here: http://limitedcontrition.bigcartel.com
after I do another print run.
trying to help my friends’ little brother through tenth grade.
omegas. new york city.
false/poser punks: stop writing songs about wars that you’ve only read in a book. real punk’s more than an aesthetic and a “bad attitude”. take off your shitty armbands and sit the fuck down.
Bob Odenkirk really “gets me”
also good advice for HC vocals (which some may describe as comedic yelling).