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The Best Punk on Bandcamp: September 2020

Bandcamp has long been a home for DIY punk and hardcore from around the world, touching all of the myriad subgenre styles and helping to translate the simple effectiveness of cut-and-paste to the digital age. For September’s edition of the best punk releases on Bandcamp, Kerry Cardoza features the dark punk of Berlin’s Clock of Time, the slinky minimalism of Berkeley’s Naked Roommate, the foul dystopian hardcore of Olympia’s Xylitol, and much more! daily.bandcamp.com


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Kevin Martin and Dylan Carlson have both been making music since the tail end of the 1980s. Martin first made his mark as a chameleonic presence in Britain’s industrial music scene, later metamorphosing into dancehall and dub, and founding his best-known project, The Bug, in the process. Conversely, Carlson essentially picked up his guitar, strummed a single epic chord, and never let go. As the core member of Earth, Carlson essentially invented drone metal, taking stoner riffs to their logical conclusion and, more recently, setting the project loose to explore mysticism and melody. The two artists had been considering collaborating for a long time, …

On “Concrete Desert,” The Bug and Earth’s Dylan Carlson Destroy L.A.

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