Category Archives: LP
Tuesday Teardown: White Orange Giveaway

Psychedelic, cult rock, mixed in with Pacific Northwest vernacular influences is how’d describe White Orange‘s sound. But since they’re such stoners, they rant on about how White Orange embodies a “synesthesia of sound and movement, an ideological translucent experience, jammy epic psychedelic trance rock”. If you grew up listening to desert rocksters Kyuss, or had your skateboarding sessions fueled by Dinosaur Jr, these guys are for you. Hell, my dad’s love for King Crimson trickled over into my childhood music taste. All of these bands, mixed in with some Alex Grey-inspired cult album art make White Orange one unique band. And you can win some of their music, including a 2x LP.

Tuesday Teardown is back and I figured I’d start it off with something a lil different.

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Apr 3, 2012 11 comments
Where the Hell is My Tuesday Teardown?

Believe it or not, I actually catch a lot of flack from readers, asking where Tuesday Teardown has gone. Truth be told, I’ve been so busy that I haven’t had time to really seek out new music. Instead, I’ve been buying my favorites on vinyl and getting back into flipping through stacks. Next week I’ll fall back into my routine to deliver you the best in doom, death, black and thrash. Till then, check out the best album art ever. Done by Putrid, for Hooded Menace‘s Never Cross the Dead, this LP is killing it!

Mar 13, 2012 1 comment