After the #Sk8tember Skate Jam and BBQ on Sept. 20th we’ll be hosting an afterparty with Skin Gallery Tattoo and Skate at The White Horse Loungefeaturing Slim Macho. We’ll dish out some more prizes including a FREE KEG PARTY for you and your friends courtesy of Molson Canadian Coors Light Canada. $5 bucks gets you in and the first 50 people getContinue reading »
If you’re a Death From Above 1979 fan(which we are) and you want to hear their new album, The Physical World in it’s entirety(which we’re pretty sure you do since you’re still reading this post) then you can just head over to iTunes. They’re offering a free stream of the recording right up until it’sContinue reading »
Easily one of my personal Top Ten Albums of All Time(I’m not sure what the others on the list are, so don’t ask). From front to back, Big Ghostface dishes out classic after classic. You’d be hard pressed to find a hip-hop fan who doesn’t dig this album. The thing is laced with gems. SecondContinue reading »
NOFX ain’t for everyone, but we’re down for ’em. Pretty much wore this tape out. Everything about it was cool. The songs, the cover art, and the band’s dialogue with the crowd. Some people hate live albums, but we love em. This was recorded over 3 nights at the famous Roxy Theatre in Hollywood back inContinue reading »
The next instalment of our Mix Tape series continues with a Friday the 13th themed playlist. Love that Danzig song.Continue reading »
Welcome to the first installment of our Mix Tape series. This week we go back to 1984, the era of Thrash, and a time when Indie labels were still actually independant. Stay tuned for a healthy dose of Thrash, Punk, Indie, plus a little more. Fact: 1984 saw the first CD manufacturing plant open inContinue reading »
A little more mellow than the last version of Soundtracking, Vol. 4 has sort of a fresh, Spring feel to it. A mix of old and new, famous and unknown. Give it a listen and give us some feedback. About JODSGN Soundtracking: We can’t promise we’ll post new playlists every week. We can’t promise you’llContinue reading »
It’s been a while since we posted a Soundtracking. Volume 3 contains a couple of real gems – Roky Erickson, Townes Van Zandt, and even some Pantera and Death for good measure. About JODSGN Soundtracking: We can’t promise we’ll post new playlists every week. We can’t promise you’ll dig the entire playlist. Maybe you’ll hateContinue reading »
We’re pretty big Metallica fans, no denying it. So we were surprised to only now learn that they have a huge catalog of live shows available for download via LiveMetallica.com. The site is largely comprised of more recent shows from 2004 and up which are available to purchase. However there is also a decent selection of older recordings available for absolutely free. Just recently they released one of the last shows Metallica performed before the untimely death of their incredibly talented bassist, Cliff Burton. The show, recorded in London at the legendary Hammersmith Odeon, features all all of our favourites from “Kill ‘Em All”, “Ride the Lightening”, and “Master of Puppets.” All you have to do is signup for the site and you’ll be given access to high-quality downloads in MP3, FLAC, or ALAC formats.
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How many times did I listen to this cassette…. Sonic Youth‘s sixth album, “Goo”, was released in 1990. If you’re not familiar with the band, or this album in particular, do a little digging around the internets and you may be pleased with the results. How’s that for a Throwback Thursday? Download the Deluxe EditionContinue reading »