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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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