With the amount of friends I have and people I follow that are in some way shape or form involved in hardcore punk rock; I think I have seen one person post about the loss the hardcore community as a whole has suffered with the loss of The Middle Class’ Mike Atta. The record “Out Of Vogue” is essentially responsible for hardcore. Listen to it and pay your respects to a fallen forefather to a genre that as a whole has given all of us involved in the scene a great sense of purpose and belonging. Rest in peace, Mike.
Today’s pick ups. #condition #despiseyou #thenerveagents
Internal rot. Nakay. Sea Of Shit. Mellow Harsher. Looks Good.
PEOPLE PROBLEM | SELF TITLED
Crushing powerviolence from Perth, Australia.
i will be selling off my records, so if you have any questions about what i have and want something, please send me a message.
and please help me out.
Anonymous asked: How come you like PV so much?
i like the duality of it, it can be harsh and punishing and seething and slow and almost dread filled, and can also be very tongue and check and blisteringly fast. when i first got into it, all my friends (minus one, and we were really the only dudes listening to powerviolence that we knew back in like 05-06) were really into the whole anarcho punk side of things and that was cool and all, and i support that, but i really attached my self to powerviolence because i related to it, for the fact a lot of it deals with depression and anger and suicide, but at the same time it was so rad to listen to someone scream how much they love skateboarding for like 28 seconds. and i never grew out of that, and i genuinely hope i never do.
Anonymous asked: what are your favorite bands, current and all time?
for current, nails by far, then in a battle for second is cyborg, negative standards, young and in the way, beau navire, dead in the dirt, and spine.
for all time, thats tough but probably spazz, xfilesx, yaphet kotto, crossed out, mind eraser, and the nerve agents.