REDROOM: Dreaming in red

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D3AluKM6d6U Drums of death Archaic screamsThe guttural hammers of a caustic epiphany. Youthful indulgence, as droning cascades across incessant staticBlack waves caress industrial estate in mournful embrace Nocturnal smell of hashish thick and commonplace- Ski-mask hides ill formed intention as bass rumble and keyboard screechOrgasms of prudence: blank stares at onlookers, who in turn shake … Continue reading REDROOM: Dreaming in red

Primitive Man: Its miserable brand of sludge, and voicing all things sinister on earth

By Levi Gogerla Ritualistic annihilation and aural hell. "My hell lives inside of a brick house. Windowless, full of noise that bleeds out from the bullet hole in the sides of my fucking head. You motherfucks. I'm done. A curse on your fucking head. Your blood on my hands. Years of self-sacrifice, years of cleaning up … Continue reading Primitive Man: Its miserable brand of sludge, and voicing all things sinister on earth

Angela Harris on ‘A Woman Like Me’ and the importance of choosing to heal

By Levi Gogerla Angela Harris has been writing and performing Alt-country and Americana tunes professionally for over 26 years. British Columbia born, Harris decided at an early age to pack her bags and head to Nashville Tennessee. Her guitar and daughter in tow she had dreams of making it as a songwriter in Music City, … Continue reading Angela Harris on ‘A Woman Like Me’ and the importance of choosing to heal

Mick Flannery: Misery, joy, masonry, drink and the songwriting craft

By Levi Gogerla He sings about Ireland's underbelly and its hard drinkers. He also weaves a hilarious yarn. Cut from the same uniquely weathered cloth as Tom Waits and Charles Bukowski, Blarney songwriter, Mick Flannery, is soft-spoken and sits in cool resignation as we pass around a boot flask of Whiskey and flip over an … Continue reading Mick Flannery: Misery, joy, masonry, drink and the songwriting craft