In the wake of Father’s Day in the US, we’re bringing you another dark, psychedelic-blues-meets-doom tale from North Carolina’s Dreamy D. Already difficult to categorize or predict, the video for “I Wanna Be Your Dad” further pushes the band away from any generic stereotypes. Beginning with a shot outside of
On this so-called most romantic day of the year, we are excited to premiere the new video for “Church,” from North Carolina’s Dreamy D. Existing somewhere in between Tom Waits, Mark Lanegan, Those Poor Bastards and the blackest corners of Pink Floyd’s The Dark Side of the Moon, Dreamy D’s love songs
After an excellent first album, here is the latest release from the international Funeral Doom band Mesmur. S is an amazing four songs album, that will take you and bring you into their world. They have clearly been influenced by space and physics. The music is deep and heavy, the
If Bleach Birth of Asheville, NC hasn’t pinged your radar yet, don’t feel bad. These guys are elusive as fuck; they don’t even have a Facebook presence. Here is what I can tell you: this album was fittingly recorded last October and released independently on Bandcamp on January 31st of this year.
MTHR is a North Carolina duo that has haunted our dreamscape since we first heard “Wise Blood” from their upcoming debut EP, Howl. They create music that flows effortlessly into your veins and takes control of all of your cells, causing cathartic chaos amongst your body’s systems. It’s a bit