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This Heat - "Made Available," "Live 80/81," "Repeat/Metal" Reissues | Album Review

This Heat - "Made Available," "Live 80/81," "Repeat/Metal" Reissues | Album Review

Light in the Attic and Modern Classics Recordings have gone about completing their vinyl reissue of the band’s discography, which has now come to lesser-known discs that include a comp of Peel Sessions, live performances and an extended play of two dirge-like remixes. They present the band’s work in a new light, radically disconnected from the political protest music of their more celebrated recordings and showcase the band’s ability to articulate pure sonic assault.

Doffing - "Memory Vault" EP | Post-Trash Premiere

Doffing - "Memory Vault" EP | Post-Trash Premiere

Just months after their superb full-length Tower of Ten Thousand Miles, Doffing maintain momentum on a dense EP that serves as an excellent inter-album sampler for the Montreal quartet. The songs on Memory Vault establish and sustain a similar ferocity, naturally developing through the band’s gripping arrangements and melodic instinct.

Fuzzy Meadows: The Week's Best New Music (July 23rd - August 12th)

Fuzzy Meadows: The Week's Best New Music (July 23rd - August 12th)

Welcome to FUZZY MEADOWS, where we recap the past week in music. We're sharing our favorite releases of the week in the form of albums, singles, and music videos along with the "further listening" section of new and notable releases from around the web.

Music Podcasts for your DIY Heart | Feature Article

Music Podcasts for your DIY Heart | Feature Article

Chances are, that if you spend time reading a website such as this, then music is something you actively consume. The podcasting landscape is vast and bloated, but there are plenty of shows out there centered around DIY. Here’s a guide to a few that are doing it right.

Pre Nup - "The Grudge" Video | Post-Trash Premiere

Pre Nup - "The Grudge" Video | Post-Trash Premiere

The music video for “The Grudge”, which premieres below, perfectly captures the experience of having a good time while knowing that something isn’t quite right. The song itself is pretty great too, a catchy jangle-pop number that would have fit in well on the legendary C86 cassette compilation.