Tag: black flag
today i will be listening to new to me music & tweeting quick reviews with the hashtag #nwms (for new music) hope you enjoy M83 “Dead Cities, Red Seas & Lost Ghosts” 3.5/5 A synth heavy spacewalk that soars more often than bores. Mars rover as drum machine #nwms Om “Pilgrimage” 3/5 Transcendental stoner metal, […]
Thoughts on a book I’m reading called New Brunswick, New Jersey, Goodbye and it’s implications on the hardcore scene in Saint Louis. I found an interesting quote in chapter 4 of NBNJG, “I once read a quote that said: ‘If punk is “I won’t” then hardcore is “I will.“‘” I wondered who Kauffman was quoting, […]
Posted: January 26th, 2009 under 15 mins, Reading, Writing.
Tags: bad brains, black flag, hardcore, minor threat, Music, new brunswick new jersey goodbye, punk, Reading, ronen kauffman, St. Louis
A paper I wrote for Rock Music History about Converge. Converge Paper for Rock Music History Prof. Andrea Johnson May 5th, 2005 Converge is arguable one of the most important hardcore bands since Black Flag, Minor Threat, Agnostic Front and Sick of It All. Converge, along with a few other bands in the early nineties, […]
Posted: April 5th, 2005 under Culture, Learning, Music, Writing.
Tags: ben koller, black flag, boston, boston hardcore, boston ma, caring and killing, cave in, converge, equal vision, first light, godcity, halo in a haystack, hardcore, Hardcore, hatebreed, jacob bannon, jane doe, kurt ballou, last light, Learning, long road home, ma, minor threat, motorhead, nate newton, petitioning the empty sky, Recording, refused, slayer, the shape of punk to come, when forever comes crashing, you fail me