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Milked - "Crawling Passed" LP | Post-Trash Premiere

Milked - "Crawling Passed" LP | Post-Trash Premiere

Crawling Passed is an incredible outpouring of everything that makes Milked (and Geronimo! before it) so special. The colossal fuzz still reigns supreme, but the band push further in every direction, from acoustic pop to ruthless hardcore, incorporating it all with charm and grace,

Bruges - "Atop A Precipice" | Post-Trash Premiere

Bruges - "Atop A Precipice" | Post-Trash Premiere

Chicago band Bruges comes from a long line of heavy hitters. With members listing credits from the likes of Angry Gods, Moral Void, and Den, there is no shortage of brutality packed into this four-piece. It’s a masterful utilization of space and restraint, as noise and desperation slowly put the listener into a vice grip.

Dead Rider Trio (feat. Mr. Paul Williams) - "Not a Point on a Scale" | Post-Trash Premiere

Dead Rider Trio (feat. Mr. Paul Williams) - "Not a Point on a Scale" | Post-Trash Premiere

Dead Rider have always been about presenting what’s possible and how divergent ideas can sound cohesive. And so they’ve done it again with a new record on Drag City that offers Dead Rider joining forces with experimental/noise musician Paul Williams. The pairing is met with synchronicity from both sides, each matching the billowy artistic madness of other.

Sharks' Teeth - "Bass VI of Love" + "Lantern Slides" + "Lost in the Costco" | Post-Trash Premiere

Sharks' Teeth - "Bass VI of Love" + "Lantern Slides" + "Lost in the Costco" | Post-Trash Premiere

Orlando's Bloom relies on a focused yet casual aura, the sound of "lounge" pop from another planet, easy going and genuinely immersive. Completed all on the original tape reel up until mastering, the record was made without computers, an electronic sound delivered analog.

DAD - "Road Soda" | Post-Trash Premiere

DAD - "Road Soda" | Post-Trash Premiere

Their second stand-alone single of the year is another blast of anti-social blistering punk and bludgeoning noise rock. The song is garbled and violent, thrashing itself in a panicked fury, making threats and demands that genuinely stick with the band’s whole sardonic “I’m not mad, I’m just disappointed” dad theme.