Posts Tagged ‘Chipthrash’

Glenntai Got… Awesome Songs to Blast for your Hungover Friends

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We’ve arrived at that time of the year once again.  St. Patrick’s Day has passed, and the world is celebrating the hangover felt around the world. While it’s no secret that the drinking scene has a chiptune problem, I figured I would share a list of songs guaranteed to make anybody hungover immediately regret being within earshot.

You may be wondering, “Wait, does this mean you think these songs aren’t good?”  That’s far from the truth.  I happen to like all of these songs; they all just happen to be heavy, loud, abrasive, or chaotic. If you’re looking for high-energy, chip thrash, or just a few ways to get revenge on your roommate  thinking “pissing all over the couch while completely shitfaced” was HILARIOUS, I’ve got you covered after the jump.

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Inside The Daякcнip Mind of KOOL SKULL

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Frank here with another installment of Inside The Daякcнip Mind. This time around I’ve brought something that’s extremely unique and flows so well that you would think it was just one big song! I really enjoy listening to this and recommend it if you plan on going on a adventure on foot. Very cinematic and expansive, the album & artist I’m speaking of is KOOL SKULLS‘ ‘B8KDBRKZ‘.

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Inside The Daякcнip Mind of Solid State Disaster

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Hey, Frank here with another installment of Inside The Daякcнip Mind. This time I had the opportunity to get hold of an album a few weeks before its release, but, even after that first listening,  I didn’t realize how great it truly was till I put it on my phone & spent some quality time with it, looping the music while going on random walks. The album has a very intense overall feel, with the layers of vocals & bass being pretty damn intense as well. The album & artist I speak of is Solid State Diaster‘s newest release ‘My Skin So Thin.’

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Kuma’s Quick Shots: Round 7

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Sup, ChipWINners, and welcome back to Quick Shots: the album review column where I break down the highs and lows of an album, then give you a numerical tl;dr to help you determine if something’s worth the bang for your buck. This time around, I have two very unique albums for you coming from opposite ends of the artistic spectrum. One is an experimental noise album that shifts between groovy, funky, and haunting.  The other is a highly polished concept album that aims to soothe, please and inspire as it constructs a vision of a progressive not-too-distant future. If both of those sound intriguing, hop on in and take a ride with the big bear, as we explore music from Corkscrew No. 4453556 and 01100001 S.T.A.R.D.U.S.T. Subsidiary.

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Inside The Daякcнip Mind of Tommy Creep

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Hello, Frank here again for another installment of Inside The Daякcнip Mind. All the hype is going to the full album ‘Chainsaw Witches‘ by ‘Tommy Creep.’ This album came out on April 29th, he also has physical copies that include a poster and sticker besides the CD that will start shipping by the time you read this! This album really drew me in various ways, the variety of it is pure greatness/genius in my book & I haven’t gotten tired of looping this since it came out yet!

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Inside The Daякcнip Mind of +LET’S DISINFECT!+

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Hey everyone, Frank here. Long time since I’ve done an article, but oh boy do I have something good for all of yins! This album just recently came out & I have had it on my loop playlist since it’s dropped. I think after what you read and hear you will totally understand the hype I’m throwing off on this jem!

The artist & album I speak of is ‘+LET’S DISINFECT!+’s newest release ‘Raskulachivanie,’ which came out on March 17th. The over-all feeling of this album would be haunting, grimy & very danceable. I love the flow of this album and how every track it makes you want to hear more. The exceptional songwriting and sequencing makes you question if it’s just one big song! Not to mention the immense LSDJ work on this album. (more…)