Day 4 was our last day of Bonnaroo which is always a bittersweet event. Our legs are tired, our skin is burnt (BECAUSE WE FORGOT TO APPLY OUR NEUTROGENA SUNSCREEN), but we’d gladly take that on the regular if it meant we got to stay on The Farm. We started off the..
Day 3 of Bonnaroo 2014 was our most grueling physical test yet. We started the day with a daytime dance session courtesy of the electro-pop duo Classixx who played a dance-worthy selection of their original songs as well their remixes of songs such as Yacht’s ‘Psychic City’. Later we caught..
On day 2 of Bonnaroo, Seun Kuti started off a delayed 2 PM set by leading his late father’s band, Egypt 80. They sounded fantastic but had a crew of the most apathetic facial-expressioned musicians. After deliberation we agreed that the shekere (think gourd-maraca hybrid) player won for least-enthused. We..
Another June is here and what do you know, MetalLungies is going back to a farm south of Nashville in Manchester, TN, yet again. As long we even have 56k-esque data service on our phone we will try to vine, instagram, twitter as much as possible as FCC regulations allow. Not braving..
Chances are David Geffen has had some sort of effect on your life (HE BIRTHED ASYLUM, THE LABEL GUCCI MANE IS SIGNED TO), the man is kind of a big deal. PBS dropped a documentary on him last week while you were scrambling home for Thanksgiving, I was floored after..
It’s that time again where ML frantically packs for the voyage to a farm an hour outside of Nashville. It’s where 100,000 or so attendees get their faces and ears melted off from 4 days of music, comedy, and film. If you aren’t fortunate enough to make it to Manchester,..
Can you really call it shoegaze if they’re barefoot? Regardless, beautiful song. Sphere: Related Content
Another June, another Bonnaroo Metal Lungies is going to. Starting today we will be roaming the farm in Murfreesboro basking in the glory of the 10th anniversary of the completely sold out festival. Be sure to catch me on twitter, where we will be ranting, recapping, and instagraming… and other verbs. If you aren’t fortunate..
Paul White is no stranger to psych rock. Last year’s Paul White & The Purple Brain saw Paul take on the work of Swedish psych rocker ST Mikael. This time, he beefs up British duo Malachai’s “Anne” with a thick bassline and lots of other sounds and effects. Watch the..
Perhaps the coolest project to come out of the LA beat scene is A Sufi and a Killer, Gonjasufi’s 2010 psychedelic masterstroke. Gonja, likely noticing a drought of screechy sepia-tinged moaning, posted “Bury Me” on MySpace. Listen at your own risk. This track is fucking haunted. Sphere: Related Content