First, apologies for the absolutely ludicrous delay; I’ve been alternately swamped and in rural Pennsylvania (sometimes, swamped in rural Pennsylvania) for the past few weeks. Now, without further self-deprecation, here’s Andromeda, whose site boasts the most eerily accurate X-meets-Y-meets-Z description I’ve ever read. (Madonna, Pink Floyd and Red Hot Chili Peppers are all...
Yes, that Robyn.[[MORE]] This isn’t quite the spirit of the project, but it’s interesting — to me, at least — so it’s worth a post. Why? Well, One misconception I see a bit about the IUMA project is that it’s one of two things:all dreck, or all nobodies. The former is the point of this project; there’s dreck here because there’s dreck everywhere,...
2. Ebsolus Blue
Here’s Ebsolus Blue, a group who claims to be “pushing the limits of what music can become.” Is this true? Let’s find out![[MORE]] Ebsolus Blue doesn’t have quite as much info on them, but here’s what we know from Google: they’re from Eugene, Oregon; at least two Livejournal users liked them. Their bio’s pretty sparse, too: the standard promotional...
1. Sofia Gradin
(Two explanatory notes, first. One, I’m not going to post negative writeups here. This isn’t because I like everything — I’m quite picky and have already gone through about 10 acts I didn’t deem worth writing about — but because I think it’s pretty damn useless to shit on probably-obscure music that’d been all but nonexistent online for years. It is...
a.k.a. Katherine’s Esoteric Jaunt Of The Summer WHAT IS THIS? As you may know, but should know either way, the Internet Underground Music Archive was a massive collection of music from more than 45,000 artists and bands, founded in the early ’90s that perished the way much of what was on the Internet back then did. It was recently rehosted was re-hosted recently thanks to Jason...