Doxylamine Daze - ~30'00"
For the past two weeks I've had this goddamn cold that just won't go away, feeling like a plague-ridden toddler, spreading disease everywhere I go.
Thankfully, we got legal drugs that get you high as shit to help you sleep when your brain is corrupted with mucus and your lungs are just freaking out all the time.
This mix is dedicated to Nyquil Liquigel capsules, giving me dem 9 hours I crave.
1. Bad Dudes - "Eat Drugs" / Eat Drugs
I wanna do drugs, I wanna do drugs, but I'm afraid of drugs. (Na nana naa naa)
2. Ebu Gogo - "Never Ending Hole" / Chase Scenes 1-13
We done an Ebu Gogo post yet? Y'all know I love deez dudes. Sometimes their awesomeness makes it hard to appreciate similar but less awesome bands. Like that time Acey tried to get me to listen to Adebisi Shank and I was all "FUCK DEEZ DUDES EBU GOGO BE SHITTIN IN DEY MOUF!"
3. Enslaved - "Giants" / Axioma Ethica Odini
I haven't been a legit metal-loving dude for very long, and metal in its various forms only takes up a marginal part of my library, but these guys were one of the first metal bands that I could really dig. They aren't especially mind-blowing from any perspective, but the production is super slick and they just got dat craft.
4. Jardín de la Croix - "Synaesthesia" / Pomeroy
Acey just dropped a slick post about their most recent jam, Ocean Cosmonauts, that brought these guys to my attention. I thought this was an interesting track because whether they would admit it or not, the King Crimson influence on math/progressive can be witnessed in full force here. Mega-heavy Discipline vibes.
5. Make Believe - "Television Cemetary" / Shock of Being
Kinda surprised we haven't had a Make Believe post yet, but I suppose they're one of the lesser Kinsella bands with a couple very uneven releases. But Sam Zurich was really showing his ass on these riffs and the rest of the band ain't no chumps.
6. Mastodon - "Aqua Dementia" / Leviathan
Acey and I once had a short talk about whether Mastodon is metal or just modern hard rock. Obviously classification doesn't really matter, even though we do it all the time, but sometimes I wonder if a big part of why someone might think Mastodon is "hard rock" is because of how so much of their sound is built from this crazy southern-fried blues framework that just gets hella sped up and crunchy.
7. sunn O))) + Boris - "Akuma no Kuma" / Altar
Sippin' on some sizzurp.