#Bandcampgold review-Leave It To Believers by Johnny Cremains

#Bandcampgold review-Leave It To Believers by Johnny Cremains by Dan-O If Ballerina’s come back from the dead to kill the living, Johnny Cremains should play that event. To call their sound dark would shamefully disregard the sonic space created. During any Johnny Cremains song you’re not just hearing guitar drums and bass but theremin andContinue reading “#Bandcampgold review-Leave It To Believers by Johnny Cremains”

Audio Push and the soft resurgence of Native Tongues cool consciousness

Audio Push and the soft resurgence of Native Tongues cool consciousness by Dan-O Hip hop is waves and counter-waves; it survives because every successful movement is so hated by another portion of the culture that its opposition immediately garners prominence as a counter point. You could make the argument that all sub-genres are little traps.Continue reading “Audio Push and the soft resurgence of Native Tongues cool consciousness”

#BandcampGold Review-Ride The Surf by Today Junior

#BandcampGold Review-Ride The Surf by Today Junior by Dan-O All of what Today Junior stands for is articulated in a song from their 2013 album What’s The Skinny?  called The Antidote. Lead singer Harry O’Toole dumps accept-the-universe-as-it-comes surfer wisdom “We all get sh_t for who we are, what we got and how we got it.Continue reading “#BandcampGold Review-Ride The Surf by Today Junior”

Songs of The Year-Pretentious by Elijah Blake produced by Tec Beatz

  Songs of The Year-Pretentious by Elijah Blake produced by Tec Beatz by Dan-O This song is a really well-crafted dagger in the heart of the kind of asshats I share classrooms with every semester (I am the second oldest person in every class). I love the refrain “La di di la di dey lookContinue reading “Songs of The Year-Pretentious by Elijah Blake produced by Tec Beatz”