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Playlist #46 : Summertime ’05

01 — COLD WORLD — Can it be so sim­ple ’05
02 — JUSTICE — Ele­phant skin
03 — MENTAL — Future waves
04 — IRON BOOTS — Weight of the world
05 — TARPIT — Pop USA
06 — DOWN TO NOTHING — Us v. each other
07 — GUNS UP! — All in
08 — BITTER END — World demise
09 — ICEPICK — Moment of truth
10 — IRON AGE — Comin’ down
11 — I-REJECT — Des­ti­na­tion unknown
12 — RESTLESS YOUTH — Suf­fo­cate
13 — BONES BRIGADE– End­less bum­mer
14 — INTERNAL AFFAIRS — Imposter
15 — KNOW THE SCORE — Ex-members of I don’t give a fuck
16 — LIKE IT OR NOT — The fuck outta here
17 — BLACKLISTED — Wolves at my door
18 — ZERO MENTALITY — Too late
19 — RISE AND FALL — The void
20 — HUMAN DEMISE — You sicken me
21 — PC DEATHSQUAD — Fuck your­self
22 — MORE TO PRIDE — Jack move
23 — CEREMONY — Throw­ing bricks
24 — DEAD STOP — In hell
25 — DIRECT CONTROL — Direct con­trol
26 — RIFF RAFF — Cold stare
27 — 86 MENTALITY — Scum­bag
28 — SLUMLORDS — Drunk at the YOT reunion
29 — THE MONGOLOIDS — Intro-Snake
30 — SHIPWRECK — Saved by the bell

In mem­ory of MoshGirl

Method of Groove (1990–1995)

Move it moth­er­fuck­ers.

1990
BIOHAZARD — Wrong side of the tracks
1991
HATE FORCE — Step off
SUB ZERO — Wait­ing
THE ICEMEN — The harsh truth
LAMENT — Inter­re­ac­tion
LEEWAY — Who’s to blame
NOBODY’S PERFECT — Force­ful tac­tics
1992
DMIZE — Soul search
ONLY LIVING WITNESS — Twitch­ing tongues
WORLDS COLLIDE — Absolute
SICK OF IT ALL — The shield
1993
MERAUDER — Besiege the masses
25 TA LIFE — Sep­a­rate ways
BULLDOZE — The truth
NEXT STEP UP — Heavy
LIFE OF AGONY — Method of groove
1994
MADBALL — Set it off
VISION OF DISORDER — D.T.O.
1995
ELEMENTS DEC — The game ain’t the same
CROWN OF THORNZ — Men­tal mas­quer­ade
KRUTCH — My way
THE SPUDMONSTERS — Blood­line
SECTION 8 — Chap­ter 11
KICKBACK — Start of the end

Playlist #45 : C’était 2015

01 — REAL LIES — Side­trip­ping
02 — A PLACE TO BURY STRANGERS — Now it’s over
03 — EXTRAVAGUE — Coeur noir
04 — LEBANON HANOVER — Moor
05 — MARCHING CHURCH — Liv­ing in doubt
06 — DER BLUTHARSCH — Inno­cent
07 — HANGMAN’S CHAIR — Drip­ping low
08 — JAMES FERRARO — Thrash & esca­late
09 — 40000 GANG — Bre­som
10 — THE EGYPTIAN LOVER — Zom­bies
11 — TZUSING — 4 floors of whores
12 — MOLECULE — Hébrides
13 — KAARIS — Comme Gucci Mane
14 — FREDDIE GIBBS — Pronto
15 — BOOBA — Zer
16 — YOUNG DOLPH — What­ever
17 — PNL — Loin des hommes
18 — MAIN ATTRAKIONZ — Shoot the dice
19 — THE GARDEN — Devour
20 — PRAYERS — Love is the enemy
21 — PICTUREPLANE — Esoter­ror­ist
22 — CARPENTER BRUT — Par­adise war­fare
23 — THE BEAUTIFUL ONES — Exhale (room 312)
24 — TITLE FIGHT — Mur­der your mem­ory
25 — COMMUNIONS — For­get it’s a dream

JUST TERROR (N STUFF)

L’Art de Mosher

New York, avant la décou­verte de la mosh.

WALTER SCHREIFELS (Youth Of Today, War­zone, Gorilla Bis­cuits, Project X, Super­touch, Quick­sand) : Il y avait une cer­taine dose de con­fi­ance en soi à New-York, qui pou­vait être con­fon­due avec du machisme, mais c’est tout sim­ple­ment que le hard­core de New York avait les meilleures mosh parts pos­si­bles. Per­sonne ne jouait des par­ties dansantes aussi bonnes qu’à New York.

ALEXA POLI-SCHEIGERT (Scen­ester) : On avait des breaks bru­taux, et ça rendait la danse encore plus dure. C’était dif­férent. Ce n’était pas juste du thrash rapide comme à Boston.

WALTER SCHREIFELS : Les gens moshaient plus qu’ailleurs. Le CBGB était comme le Madi­son Square Gar­den de la mosh. A New York, tu n’avais même pas besoin de chanter dans un groupe. Tu pou­vais juste être bon dans le pit pour te faire aimer et respecter.

RAY CAPPO (Vio­lent Chil­dren, Youth Of Today, Shel­ter) : D’ailleurs, ‘mosh’ était un mot unique­ment util­isé à New York. Les gens de l’extérieur ne pou­vaient même pas savoir de quoi on par­lait.
LIRE LA SUITE

Motor City Hardcore

Pit­tbull (what a hard ass name) were from Detroit which is noto­ri­ous for it’s hard way of life. Their music and demeanor reflected that. The band started out in 1987 and had a hand­ful of releases. (…) I’m not sure how much they toured the US but I do know that they toured Europe a few times and might have even had a CD out on Lost & Found. The band has a weird mix of punk/hardcore and some weird rock­ish gui­tar riffs. Tempo changes come out of nowhere in some of their songs. All of this adds up to a nice really raw and ballsy sound. To com­plete the pack­age you have Mikey’s voice that is rem­i­nis­cent of Paul Bearer (Sheer Ter­ror), Anthony (Killing Time) or even Mike from Judge. Gruff, shouted, and the lyrics were still dis­tin­guish­able. I can feel the sense of urgency and bit­ter­ness as he sings. For some weird rea­son with the more exper­i­men­tal aspects of the music, Pit­tbull reminds me more of a Rollins Band for the work­ing class every­day man. I hold this band right up there with all of Detroit’s other great bands. Give them a lis­ten. (COREGASM)

PS: Sadly, the drum­mer recently com­mit­ted sui­cide. RIP Joey Starr.

BOUM !

Down With Da Crew !

Entre 1994 et 2001, Rennes a été la cap­i­tale hard­core de la France. Vous en doutiez ? Allez voir ces pho­tos et lisez l’interview de David Man­cilla ici. On y parle de Storm­core, du Super­bowl of Hard­core, du KDS crew, de la Hard­side Con­nec­tion et d’Overcome Records, entre autres !

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