Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Sect - Self Titled

Sect is a G-Beat/Deathrock band from Barcelona Spain...and to this very day...I cannot stop listening to would swear they had stepped right out of 1983...if you like bands like Xmal Deutschland (pre) Viva days mixed in with a little bit of Anarcho Punk..then this is whats up....10 tracks of anarchic gloom-ENJOY!

Featuring members of Belgrado and Dromdead



Saturday, January 26, 2013

Broadcast - Berberian Sound Studio L.P.

"The Broadcast soundtrack to Peter Strickland's award-winning 'Berberian Sound Studio' has finally been given a release via Warp and credited to both James Cargill and the much missed Trish Keenan. Working closely with the film's supervising sound editor, Joakim Sundstrom, James Cargill started work on the material with Trish prior to her untimely passing in 2011, realising some of the uneasiest, phantasmagoric themes and atmospheres in their immaculate oeuvre. In so many ways it's the perfect vehicle for Broadcast to explore their nefarious influences and interests intersecting Italian horror films and the pioneering sonics of Ennio Morricone and Bruno Nicolai. Working to a complex, inception-like meta-narrative revolving about a "British sound recordist's slowly degenerating mental state while working in an Italian film studio", they weave original foley and dialogue from its eccentric, sinister characters into 39 kaleidoscopic cues and themed fragments, patching eerie harpsichord waltzes next to lysergic organ vamps, spine-creeping Moog atmospheres, miasmic chorales and blood-curdling screams, all with a drifting, trans-dimensional quality and that dusty sort of articulation unique to Broadcast's anachronistic oeuvre. It plays like a library record, but there are flashes of classic Broadcast that shine through, from the "Work And Non Work" era romanticism of "The Equestrian Vortex" to the gorgeous skittering "The Sacred Marriage" - resulting in a record that not only fulfils it's brief, but which also offers a tantalising glimpse at what might have been."

Monday, January 7, 2013

Tied to the Branches - NEW E.P.!

Tied to the Branches have a new 5 song E.P. titled "Laser Eyes" which is slated for release in late February on The Sleep Genius label... in the meantime, check out their new video "9 Times". it will also be going LIVE tomorrow 1/8/13 also on band camp too!


E.O.T.M. will officially be back as of 1/10/13..w/ more posts link and music FRANKKUBB

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Angry Snowmans - What We Do Is Festive posted by FRANKKUBB

This is just simply....AWESOMENESS
Parodies of  Misfits, Circle Jerks,Germs, Fear...and many MORE!


1. Intro
2. Candy Cane Addiction
3. Fast Reindeer
4. Wrecked X-mas
5. Horror Christmas
6. Joyeux Again
7. Buildin' Toys
8. Decoration
9. Wasted Elf
10. Steal It From The Whos
11. What We Do Is Festive
12. 20 Lights
13. Don't Naughty Me
14. No Presents
15. I Love Christmas In The City

released 01 December 2011                   

Friday, December 16, 2011


This is pretty HOT!

Some NUDITY, & Gay Themes of SEXUAL NATURE....

TROUGH X turns SIX and after a six months hiatus re-turns to spin its tricks inside Melbourne's underground of Club80; a club for men and sex. Featuring the glory of resident djs STEREOGAMOUS plus Mandate, The Sweats, Spanky and Ste-BE. All hands on decks.


Images: Nik Dimopoulos + John Tsiavis
Music: Kitty In The Middle (Stereogamous Sauna Session) - The Presets

TROUGH X - Plug No. 6 from Nik Dimopoulos on Vimeo.

Tropic of Cancer - M.U. Podcast #31 (December 2011) By Mundo Urbano

Monday, August 22, 2011

Trish Keenan and The Mindbending Motorway Mixtape by FRANKKUBB

Following Broadcast frontwoman Trish Keenan's untimely passing to swine flu and pneumonia UK's Fact Magazine brought our attention to a stunning, 16-track mix CD of vintage psychedelic nuggets that Keenan made for a friend by the name of David Brewster just weeks before her death, in December 2010. Brewster posted a link to "Mind Bending Motorway Mix" on Fact over the weekend with the hope that others would share it with the world. In Brewster's own words:

“Trish Keenan from Broadcast passed away on Friday 14th January 2011, she was an amazing, talented woman and will be missed by many.

In December 2010 Trish sent me a mix CD she compiled, I never thanked her. Its called Mind Bending Motorway Mix and I want to share it with you, please pass the link on, share it far and wide, its a little tribute to a (as a friend referred to her today) exhilarating woman.

Sorry I don’t have a tracklist and to be honest I like it that way. I think its less about who you’re listening to on this compilation and more about the fact you are listening to something that Trish took time to select and compile for me and in turn yourselves. Please just enjoy the music."

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Holy Other- posted by FRANKKUBB

taken fr


Manchester's own Holy Other touches down on Tri Angle with five sumptuous jams occupying the spooked space between R&B, techno and dark ambient**. It's tempting to call it witch-house, of course, but Holy Other's productions are so subtle and carefully wrought that we'd be doing him a huge disservice if we did. This music deserves to be taken on its own terms: as emotive and supremely evolved electronic music with a real force of personality. We're drawn in with 'Know Where', a sleepy-eyed, mid-paced groover that sketches out the Holy Other universe: hard-jerking drums, synth ambience, technoid bleeps, eerie vocal snatches; it's from this palette that he paints 'Yr Love' (think Kassem Mosse meets Hype Williams on a beach in Ibiza) and the similarly chugging 'With U' and 'Feel Something'. The EP's unmistakable centrepiece however is 'Touch' - it sounds like 2-step pitched-down and re-strung for Valium-munchers, Burial-esque vocal pressure meeting ultra-minimal, jeep-rocking claps and downshifting darkside synths in 10,000 leagues of reverb, making for a track as slickly cinematic as it is disorienting and plain RUDE. Put simply, it's the kind of twisted but oddly romantic R&B futurism which Tri Angle consistently excels at sourcing. Yes, the tropes Holy Other works with are largely tried and tested, but with his high production values he massages them into something distinctive and truly powerful.from

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

R.I.P. Poly Styrene posted by FRANKKUBB

Punk singer Poly Styrene, former singer with the X Ray Spex, has died at the age of 53 after suffering from cancer.

She was one of the first female punk icons, whose unorthodox yet infectious style was highly influential.

Real name Marianne Elliot-Said, she had cancer of the spine and breast.

A statement on her official Twitter feed said: "We can confirm that the beautiful Poly Styrene, who has been a true fighter, won her battle on Monday evening to go to higher places."

Poly Styrene formed her band after watching the Sex Pistols perform on Hastings Pier on her 18th birthday and became known for her unpolished vocals and energetic rallying cries against consumerism and environmental destruction.

X Ray Spex's signature tune was Oh Bondage Up Yours!, a riotous rejection of social and gender norms that began with Poly Styrene's spoken line: "Some people think little girls should be seen and not heard."

Poly Styrene released her third solo album last month The band released just one album, Germ Free Adolescents, in 1978, before splitting up.

The singer went on to record a more subtle and subdued solo album, Translucence, in 1980, before retreating from the music industry to join the Hare Krishnas.

She moved into a Krishna temple in Hertfordshire with her daughter, and struggled with bipolar disorder.

Boy George - who once tried to break her out of the temple - was among those paying tribute on Twitter.

He wrote: "I was a fan of Poly before I got to know her, she was a Krishna follower too, oh bless you Polly you will be missed! Legend!"

Former Sex Pistols bassist Glen Matlock praised the "general joie de vivre nuttiness" shown in songs like Oh Bondage Up Yours!

X Ray Spex, with Poly Styrene, right, recorded just one album before splitting up "She wouldn't kow-tow to even what the punk fashions should be, I think that's what that song is about," he told BBC 6 Music.

"I did see her not that long ago so it's sad. Again, somebody from the punk rock scene has died far too young and it's a loss."

TV presenter Jonathan Ross said his first concert was an X Ray Spex gig, adding that the singer had "changed lives".

Poly Styrene occasionally re-emerged into the limelight, and released her third solo album, Generation Indigo, last month.

"I know I'll probably be remembered for Oh Bondage Up Yours!" she told 6 Music last month. "I'd like to remembered for something a bit more spiritual."

BBC News

Sunday, April 24, 2011

Tied To The Branches ~ 'Walls' posted by FRANKKUBB

I received word fr. Brad L. DerManouelian that the new record titled Light Of Day, Its Ok..will be released on 6/11....Here is a link of their single 'Walls'....And from what I have heard thus far...YOU WONT be disappointed ...

Thanks Brad for the link :)


Saturday, April 9, 2011

OFF! (Punk Supergroup) posted by FRANKKUBB

from the new punk supergroup (formed in 2009) featuring frontman Keith Morris (Circle Jerks/Black Flag) along with guitarist Dimitri Coats (Burning Brides) and bassist Steven McDonald (Red Cross) and drummer Mario Rubalcaba (Hot Snakes/Rocket from the Crypt), are a throwback to ’80s hardcore. These guys are raw and full of energy. After listening to them all I want to do is hop on my skateboard and rip it up. Unfortunately, my skateboarding skills are not like they used to be back in the ’80s but I still do love this genre of music and am delighted to hear something new by one of my idols *rest of the story behind the link* BITCHIN!

Emilie Hirsch Releases Very Strange, Unofficial Daft Punk Clip - Entertainment News - Pedestrian TV

Emilie Hirsch Releases Very Strange, Unofficial Daft Punk Clip - Entertainment News - Pedestrian TV

SWANS ~ My Father Will Guide Me Up A Rope To The Sky 2010 posted by FRANKKUBB

Swans is an influential band from New York City, New York, United States, active from 1982 to 1997, reformed in 2010, led by singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Michael Gira. Marginally associated with the no wave scene at first, their original sound was slow and heavy, with live performances that were often so brutal and physical that in a number of instances certain audience members were made ill, police were called and venues were shut down. This early physical sound is possibly best heard on the live album Public Castration Is a Good Idea. Their initial style shifted a little by the time Swans released seminal twin albums Greed and Holy Money. The music had sped up, at times being even more punishing than their earlier output. Drum machines and samples were slightly more prominent. Michael Gira was joined vocally by Jarboe which gave the band a broader sonic range. Tracks featuring Jarboe were often quieter, even pretty, acting as counterpoint to the more harrowing themes on the albums. Over time, this style would come to dominate the Swans’ output, although they somehow seem to have been able to make a strummed acoustic guitar seem as brutal as their earlier amped-up assaults. The lush instrumentation of their albums from the late 1980s and the 1990’s anticipated the birth of post-rock. Swans eventually broke up in 1997; Gira went on to release some solo work, later forming the band The Angels of Light, who continue many of the themes and styles found in (later) Swans. Jarboe releases solo work and frequently works with other bands and artists; recently she released an album with Neurosis, a group clearly heavily influenced by Swans. The influence of Swans upon the music world is profound. Across their 15 years of existence, the various styles they explored gave birth to grindcore (Napalm Death, Nasum) modern “cinematic” post-rock (Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Mono), and atmospheric sludge metal (Isis, Neurosis). On January 2010 announced Swans reunion and working on new recordings. The song Jim recently added to the playlist at MySpace is an acoustic demo (solo at home) recording by Michael Gira. This, and many other new songs recorded in the same way comprise many of the new (rough versions) of songs under consideration, to be fleshed out on the coming new Swans album. A CD of these acoustic versions, as well as a live (2 shows) DVD of Michael Gira will be for sale very soon as a hand made (by Gira) package called I Am Not Insane (CD/DVD). this package – in a limited edition of 1000 – will be sold in order to raise money for the Swans recordings TRACKLIST: 01 - No Words / No Thoughts 02 - Reeling The Liars In 03 - Jim 04 - My Birth 05 - You Fucking People Make Me Sick 06 - Inside Madeline 07 - Eden Prison 08 - Little Mouth DOWNLOAD HERE

GEKO ~ Probing The Gash In Her Head 7"E.P. posted by FRANKKUBB

Special Thanks to for the link and story Geko were a female duo formed in Los Angeles in the late 80's. They released this 7" EP on red vinyl in 1991. It's tough to find pertinent info online info, but a Last.FM comment states: Reviewers have called the music “fluid, dark, beautiful, ethereal, erotic, hypnotic… tough sounds that combine to create an introspective experience.” Tracks: 1. Mary Loves the War Zone 2. I Never Knew Any of This 3. Nameless 4. When We Were Very Young here

Saturday, April 2, 2011

Primal Danse ~ Show No Emotion posted by FRANKKUBB

ganked fr. Here's a pretty obscure EP from an LA band called Primal Danse. Although the record was marketed through Enigma Records, very little seems to be known about this record or the label (American Standard) that it's on. It seems that the drummer, Mike Hirsch, runs a skate shop these days in Southern California. Darin Bond, who played the rototoms, is also the name of one of the members of late 90s/early 2000s garage punk band Deadites (I don't know if they are actually the same person, though). This record was released on American Standard Records in 1982. The styles vary a bit: Insomnia is a midtempo mix of psychedelic and goth (similar to Red Temple Spirits or their predecessor, Ministry of Love); Johannesburg is dark new wave; Show No Emotion is more like a dancey funk-punk song. TRACKS: SHOW NO EMOTION INSOMINIA JOHANNESBURG DOWNLOAD HERE

Death In June ~ The Guilty Have No Past posted by FRANKKUBB

TRACKS 1. State Laughter 2. Heaven Street Mk II 3. All alone in her nirvana 4. Nation 5. In the Night Time 6. We Drive East 7. Holy water 8. Heaven Street 9. The Guilty Have No Pride 10. Till The Living Flesh Is Burned 11. Nothing changes 12. Black Radio

Thursday, March 3, 2011

Charlie Sheen Bi-Winning Dubstep~posted by FRANKKUBB

Thanks to D.j. Silvio for this vid...Sad but comical! !

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Skinny Puppy~Cleanse Fold & Manipulate 1987 posted by FRANKKUBB

By FAR their BEST release! at least in MY eyes.....

ganked fr. shitmeansyes blog

1 First Aid 4:30
2 Addiction 6:01
3 Shadow Cast 4:18
4 Draining Faces 5:12
5 The Mourn 2:41
6 Second Tooth 4:06
7 Tear Or Beat 4:42
Backing Vocals - Mowse
8 Deep Down Trauma Hounds 4:41
9 Anger


Saturday, February 26, 2011

Cult Of Youth ~ Filthy Plumage In An Open Sea! 2010 posted by FRANKKUBB

This release is fucking amazing!

For fans of NON/Boyd Rice,Death In June,Scorpion Wind,Der Blutharsch..Neo Folk in general
*this post was grabbed from no beast so fierce blog;

Cult Of Youth hails fr. Brooklyn, New York.

Found this review on the web and it's just:
Obliquely chronicling one man’s overcoming of darkness, Cult of Youth’s new 20 minute long vinyl outing is a concise and powerful statement of kickass dark-folk intent.

The acoustic guitars hit like uppercuts, the bass growls and roars, the percussion pummels and sways. There’s a powerful spirit of resolve binding these songs together, a firmed up jaw line, a militant aspiration to positive overcoming: “we submit to our fears for no man!”

Yet there’s also a swagger and a sway, with almost Latin feels flowing through the folk-punk aggression. At times the arrangements – which include piano, horns, and some pretty wild electric guitar – get pretty complex, opening up fields of voices, though always with a decisive sense of direction. This is the hard core end of folk, yet at the same time it grooves: body music par excellence.

Of course rising over the instrumentation are some very unique vocals. Masculine and raw, often veering south of in tune yet never grating, there’s a distilled honesty and vulnerability to the singer’s performance: this sort of deep intensity simply cannot be faked. The choruses of voices that appear at times evoke an almost tribal atmosphere.

This is definitely folk music, but being flecked as it is with a gritty urban atmosphere I would plot it almost at the punk (I mean the real, original punk) end of the musical spectrum. As such it might not appeal to the listener looking for a hit of yesteryear nostalgia, but it sure will catch the attention for anyone with an ear for original, raw, powerful, and artfully composed music.


Friday, February 25, 2011

Space Invaders~99% PISS 99%ORGASM posted by FRANKKUBB

lovingly borrowed fr. cosmic hearse blog...
via: robin williams knuckles there!

Japanese Hardcore AND RAP.....WIN!!!!!!!!!

MOTHERFUCK FUTURE SONOF A BITCH.BEASTIE BOYS FUCK YOU SPACE INVADER NUMBER ONE RAPSTAR ALL TIME GREATEST 99% ORGASM. This shit is too great not to listen to. If The Beastie Boys were Japanese they would be these guys. Really really ridiculously Japanese. Just get it you wont regret a single second.

Thursday, February 24, 2011

The Germs~Cruising Studio Sessions 1985 posted by FRANKKUBB

*Thanks to shinygreymonotone for the entry*

released in 1985

The Germs were approached to provide the music for the movie CRUISING which Al Pacino goes undercover in the NYC Gay leather`bondage/SM/BD 'subculture' to infiltrate a killer who has been murdering gay male prostitutes whilst having rough sex (you REALLY oughta see this movie for 2 reasons: Al Pacino wearing leather and a strapping muscular black man wearing only a jockstrap and a cowboy hat laying a heart bitch slap on Mr. Pacino)

but only one of the songs actually made it onto the soundtrack ("lion's share")

so what you get on this 7" are all of the other songs

p.s. Ill be posting the soundtrack for the movie 'Cruising' in the coming days!


Saturday, February 5, 2011

Chameleons U.K. ~ In Shreds 12" posted by FRANKKUBB

The Chameleons (called The Chameleons UK on some American releases) were a post-punk band that formed in Middleton, in Greater Manchester, England in 1981. They consisted of singer and bassist Mark Burgess, guitarist Reg Smithies, guitarist Dave Fielding, and drummer John Lever (replacing original drummer Brian Schofield). The core quartet were sometimes augmented live by keyboardists Alistair Lewthwaite and Andy Clegg in the 1980s, and percussionist/vocalist Kwasi Asante during their reunion period (ex-Magazine drummer Martin Jackson also briefly replaced Lever during 1982-83 while the latter was on sabbatical).
Through Mark Burgess' vocals and dark and ironic lyrics, their songs often dealt with personal themes of childlike innocence and a reverence for nostalgia. Musically, perhaps most notable in their work was the band's innovative and distinctive use of dual guitar melodies, courtesy of Reg Smithies and Dave Fielding, as opposed to the traditional rhythm-and-lead guitarist format prevalent in rock music even to this day. These arrangements were often characterized by the use of delay and chorus effects.

The band initially released three studio albums in the 1980s, following 1981 debut single "In Shreds" (the fruit of a brief signing to Epic), and several radio sessions for late legendary Radio 1 DJ John Peel. The Chameleons released their first full-length studio LP, the critically-acclaimed Script of the Bridge, on the Statik label in 1983. The album features a blend of rhythmic electric guitar textures, providing a moody and intense backdrop for Mark Burgess' haunting vocals. After their third release, 1986's Strange Times and the 1987 sudden death of band manager Tony Fletcher, they abruptly disbanded. Burgess then fronted The Sun and the Moon (with Lever), who issued only one eponymous album on Geffen in 1988, followed by an array of solo projects. Guitarists Fielding and Smithies formed The Reegs, who released two albums: Return of the Sea Monkeys (1991) and Rock the Magic Rock' (1993). John Lever later joined Bushart, who released the album Yesterday is History (2008).

The Chameleons were, for all practical purposes, extinct for well over a decade before a small series of successful live dates in 2000 and the concurrent release of the album Strip (which reworked older material in an acoustic format). After a final studio album, 2001's Why Call It Anything?, another unplugged album (This Never Ending Now), and a successful reunion tour which took them across Europe and the United States, the band dissolved once again in early 2003 due to personal differences.

Although The Chameleons never attained the level of commercial success or fame enjoyed by their contemporaries (e.g. The Cure, Echo & the Bunnymen), their body of work is still critically acclaimed within the music press and influenced bands as diverse as Kitchens of Distinction, Puressence, Interpol, and Editors.

"Strange Times", released in 1986, is the third album released by The Chameleons. Initial American pressings of the record came with a bonus 12" with six additional tracks, two of which are covers; the American cassette also had the same bonus tracks, split up so that each side of the cassette contained half of the bonus tracks.

The album was never released on CD in any territory until 1993. Although Geffen released it as a two-disc set with all of the bonus tracks in the United Kingdom and Germany, the decision was made to omit one of the bonus tracks ("Ever After") from the American version to facilitate its release on a single disc.


Sunday, January 30, 2011

PC & Strictly Kev - Blech (1995) Warp Records posted by FRANKKUBB

I vividly remember going to this party/r*ve in Manhattan which Aphex Twin & Autechre headlined w/ D.J.Dimitri (fr. Deee-Lite) w/ a cast of others ...Quite a memorable evening....check this mix out...banger!

01 Link - Amazon amenity (Chameleon remix)
02 Autechre - Second peng
03 Seefeel - Tied
04 Nightmares on Wax - Back in time
05 AFX - Children talking
06 B12 - Soundtrack of space
07 Plaid - Yamemm
08 Richard H. Kirk - World war three
09 Autechre - Second bad vilbel
10 B12 - Scriptures
11 Link & E621 - Antacid (Jedi Knights remix)
12 DJ Mink - Hey! Hey! Can U relate (Hard rap)
13 Sweet Exorcist - Clonk (Freebass)
14 Black Dog Productions - Caz
15 Nightmares on Wax - Sal batardes
16 Seefeel - Spangle
17 LFO - Tied up (Acid mix)
18 LFO - Tied up (Spiritualized Electric Mainline remix)
19 Aphex Twin - Ventolin (Deep Gong mix)
20 Polygon Window - Bike pump meets bucket
21 Autechre - Basscadet (Tazmx)


Saturday, January 29, 2011

Butthole Surfers - Demos 1983 posted by FRANKKUBB

Thanks to Vinylcock for the post xx

1. Radical West
2. White, Dumb, Ugly & Poor
3. Matchstick
4. BBQ Pope
5. Something
6. I Hate My Job


Strangulated Beatoffs - self titled 7" posted by FRANKKUBB

Unfortunately very little information can be found on S.B. However if you like your music cocky,noisy, angry and offensive ...then this is the ticket for you

1.Lick My Butthole
2.Broken Nose

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Steve Ignorant/CRASS~ Presents The Last Supper/Throughout U.S.A & Canada

Steve Ignorant Presents The Last Supper
Crass Songs 1977-1984

- 2011
Thursday MARCH 10 New York, NY @ Santo's Party House
Friday MARCH 11 Montreal, QC @ Le National
Saturday MARCH 12 Toronto, ON @ The Opera House
Sunday MARCH 13 Chicago, IL @ Logan Square Auditorium
Wednesday MARCH 16 Seattle, WA @ Neumo's
Thursday MARCH 17 San Francisco, CA @ Slim's
Friday MARCH 18 Pomona, CA @ Fox Theater
Tuesday March 22 Austin, TX @ Emo's
Friday March 25 Baltimore, MD @ Sonar!/event.php?eid=171004219587783

I have been waiting 25 fucking years for this event...I will be at the Sonar (Baltimore) show on March 25,2011 ~ FRANKKUBB

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Hell Comes To Your Huse Vol. 2 posted by FRANKKUBB

01. THE JONESES "I'm Bad"
02. THE JONESES "She's So Filthy"
03. MAU MAUS "Sex Girls in Uniforms"
04. MAU MAUS "We All Fall Down"
05. CAMBRIDGE APOSTLES "Can't Fight the Feeling"
06. BLOOD ON THE SADDLE "I Wish I was a Single Girl Again"
07. BLOOD ON THE SADDLE "Ghost On My Heart"
09. TEX AND THE HORSEHEADS "Go West Young Man"
11. MINUTEMEN "Corona"
12. SCREAMIN' SIRENS "Your Good Girl's Gonna Go Bad"
13. SCREAMIN' SIRENS "Runnin' Kind"

GET IT HERE!download618l35354470284V.A._-_1983_-_Hell_Comes_to_your_House__vol._2___US_.rar66335

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Hell Comes To Your House Vol. 1 posted by FRANKKUBB

Time Bomb

This compilation, recorded in 1981, is the SoCal equivalent of Flex Your Head, the classic DC hardcore compilation. Early tracks from Social Distortion and Red Cross (later Red Kross), as well as the lesser known but equally influential 45 Grave and Christian Death. Other bands include Legal Weapon, Modern Warfare, Secret Hate, Conservatives, 100 Flowers, Rhino 39, and Super Heroines. Why did some of these bands go on to be legends and others fade into obscurity? Fate is fickle, as they say. Reportedly recorded for $550 dollars, this is a great example of the DIY ethic that evolved into today's thriving indie record scene. Every fan of old school punk should own this. Time Bomb, 219 Broadway #519, Laguna Beach, CA 92651

--Michael Crown

01. Social Distortion - Lude Boy
02. Social Distortion - Telling Them
03 Legal Weapon - Daddy's Gone Mad
04. Red Cross - Puss 'N' Boots
05. Modern Warfare - Out Of My Head
06. Modern Warfare - Street Fightin' Man
07. Secret Hate - Deception
08. Secret Hate - New Routine/Suicide
09. Conservatives - Suburban Bitch
10. Conservatives - Just Cuz/Nervous
11. 45 Grave - Evil
12. 45 Grave - Concerned Citizen
13. 45 Grave - 45 Grave
14. Christian Death - Dogs
15. 100 Flowers - Reject Yourself
16. Rhino 39 - Marry It
17. Super Heroines - Death On The Elevator
18. Super Heroines - Embalmed Love


Sunday, October 24, 2010

R.I.P. Ari Up ~The Slits


lead singer for the British punk band the Slits that would influence decades of female punk artists, died Oct. 20 at the age of 48. No cause was given, but she has battled with a severe illness for some time.

Ari Up, lead singer for the British punk band the Slits that would influence decades of female punk artists, died Oct. 20 at the age of 48. No cause was given, but she has battled with a severe illness for some time.

The Slits started as an all-female punk act scene in 1976, with a line-up which eventually included Palmolive (Paloma Romero), Viv Albertine and Tessa Pollitt. Seen as the band's most flamboyant member, her wild hair and vivid stage clothes cemented the image of the Slits as much as the cover of the debut in which the women posed topless covered in mud.

The band, which would eventually add Budgie from Siouxsie and the Banshees on drums, were among the first punk acts to incorporate dub reggae into their sound. They opened shows for the Clash in 1977, which led to them signing with Island Records and recording that debut album, "Cut," for release in 1979.

After the Slits broke up in 1981, Ari Up moved with her husband and twin children to Indonesia, Belize and eventually Jamaica. She continued to make music under her own name and with the New Age Steppers, Baby Ari and Madussa. After releasing a solo album in 2005, she re-formed the Slits in 2006. Their most recent album was 2009's "Trapped Animal."

Her manager of 20 years, Jeff Jacquin, said: "She influenced generations of women and created some of the most memorable music of our time, but Ari's true magic was how she affected people on the street, face to face every day. She ate life up and spit it out, she lived it on her own terms and never gave an inch."

Born Ariane Forester, she was the granddaughter of a the owner of the German newspaper Der Spiegel. Her mother Nora was well-known among musicians -- Jimi Hendrix was among her friends -- and her Munich home was a haven for bands throughout Ari's childhood. Nora, who survives her, along with Ari's three children, is married to John Lydon, aka Johnny Rotten.

"She was fearless, pushing the boundaries of music in unprecedented ways," said Shahin Ewalt of Narnack Records, which released the last Slits album. "You can hear her direct influence in punk, indie and reggae over the course of the past three decades."

Sunday, September 19, 2010

Tied To The Branches posted by FRANKKUBB

Heres a very intriguing and up and coming lo-fi/dreampop/indie project/band called Tied To The Branches, upon my surfing around and time killing I happened to come upon their fan page accidentally..they have a page on facebook, and according to what I read they might be coming to YOUR town in the near future, you KNOW Ill be in attendance when/if they do, So if indie/shoegaze is your taste musically, than by all means support independent... music & check out T.T.T.B. out, theyre cute as hell too..WOOF!
Yeah, I had to throw that in..MEH!
heres their facebook page link as well...check em out :

Here is Mark Mannings webpage link :


Marc Manning

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Bed Intruder Song and News Footage..MUST SEE by FRANKKUBB

Ok, I just happened to be at my Buddies Joe and Allens apartment (The Cub House) tonight which Allen happened to tell me about a lesson that was taught in his Sociology class today, I was shocked as to what he showed me.....Maybe it was the Voodoo Dauquiri's that inspired me to post this..I dunno...All I know is that THIS IS FUNNY AS SHIT!

N.S.F.W. In the sense that some may find this racially insensitive...GET A GRIP not to mention a sense of humor and enjoy the video for chrissakes!


This is the original news footage to which the accompanying song is dedicated sure to watch this first!

This is the remix...and its pure comedy!

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

BEAK (feat Portishead's Geoff Barrow) ~ U.S. Tour and free download

They are also playing at Amoeba Records tomorrow @ 6 P.M. CHECK THEM OUT!

NEW BEAK> Single "WULFSTAN" & BEAK> LP (Blue Vinyl) now available to Pre-order from INVADA shop....

check out their blog as well..

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Ive Seen Your Repulsion, And It Looks...Real Good On You..posted by FRANKKUBB

grabbed from
Before...Kurt (Cobain):

Before...Heroin "CHIC":

Before...Harpers Bazzarr:

Before....Frances Bean:

Before....She became "it Gi(rrr)l" walking the red carpet,w/ Edward Norton in Hollywood...Crashing Madonnas LIVE interview w/ Kurt Loder on MTV! 10 POINTS FOR THAT..HOW PUNK FUCKING RAWK!:

Before...She knocked the living shit out of Kathleen Hanna fr. Bikini Kill/The Fakes/LeTigre:

****(note to self..) NEVER call Courtney Love a 'ratface' Otherwise, its a right hook across your jaw....

There was 'Pretty On The Inside' Personally MY favorite release by Hole w/ exception to Retard Girl 7"



01. Teenage Whore
02. Babydoll
03. Garbage Man
04. Sassy
05. Goodsister/Bad Sister
06. Mrs. Jones
07. Berry
08. Loaded
09. Star Belly
10. Pretty On The Inside

**The standout tracks are Good Sisiter, Bad Sisiter,Loaded,Pretty On The Inside
co-produced by Kim Gordon (Sonic Youth,Free Kitten,Harry Crews etc...)


01. Violet
02. Miss World
03. Plump
04. Asking For It
05. Jennifers Body
06. Doll Parts
07. Credit In The Straight World
08. Softer, Softest
09. She Walks On Me
10. I Think That I Would Die
11. Gutless
12. Rock Star


01. Over The Edge
02. Pale Blue Eyes
03. Drown Soda
04. Doll Parts
05. Violet
06. Forming/Hot Chocolate Boy



01. Turpentine
02. Phonebill Song
03. Retard Girl
04. Burn Black
05. Dicknail
06. Beautiful Son
07. 20 Years In The Dakota
08. Miss World (Demo Version)
09. Old Age
10. Softer, Softest (MTV's Unplugged)
11. He Hit Me (It Felt Like A Kiss) (MTV's Unplugged)
12. Season Of The Witch (MTV's Unplugged)
13. Drown Soda (Live)
14. Asking For It (Live)



01. Turpentine
02. Phonebill Song
03. Retard Girl
04. Burn Black
05. Dicknail
06. Beautiful Son
07. 20 Years In The Dakota
08. Miss World (Demo Version)
09. Old Age
10. Softer, Softest (MTV's Unplugged)
11. He Hit Me (It Felt Like A Kiss) (MTV's Unplugged)
12. Season Of The Witch (MTV's Unplugged)
13. Drown Soda (Live)
14. Asking For It (Live)



01. Miss World
02. Best Sunday Dress
03. Pee Girl (Softer Softest)
04. Drown Soda
05. He Hit Me (And It Felt Like a Kiss)
06. Asking For It
07. You Got No Right
08. Old Age
09. Hungry Like the Wolf
10. Doll Parts
11. Sugar Coma


Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Rainbow Road posted by FRANKKUBB

Its called a road...

Its called a RAINBOW ROAD!!!!!!!!!!

Where I wanna go when I die...


Viva La BAD Comb~overs......


Tuesday, August 17, 2010


It’s time to dust off your boombox and break out your walkman. BUTT Magazine and the popular ‘queer DJ collective’ Honey Soundsystem have collaborated on a limited edition mixtape to be given out at Honey Sundays, their weekly party in San Francisco, California. The mixtape features many music-making homos our readers will know from the magazine as well as acts who have performed at previous BUTT parties. Honey Soundsystem has crafted an exclusive mix from a number of previously unreleased tracks, including some of their and our favorite artists.

Check out the BUTT Bias mix tape HERE''