Monday, November 8, 2010

NEW SITE!

This site is dead to me. Anti-Gravity Bunny now has its own site! Not on Blogger.

http://antigravitybunny.com

Update your everything and only come back here if you're feeling nostalgic.

Thursday, November 4, 2010

FREE SHIT GALORE! Part 2

About a year ago I made a post that collected all of the super fine releases that were available for free downloading. That post was a pretty huge hit. And since I've recently found plenty more, both old and new, I figured why not another round?

Some of these albums are the name-your-price thing, meaning you could download them for free, but you don't really want to. Also, some of these even have physical versions, meaning you could actually hold it your hands. But even if the artist just put up their own creations for you to have for zero dollars, I can 100% guarantee that if you wanted to throw a little cash their way, they would love you.

Donate whenever possible. Show your appreciation and bands are more likely to keep on being awesome.




Kids & Explosions - Shit Computer (self released)
├╝ber-mashup with chill beats, a way less ADHD Girl Talk

George & Jonathan - The Best Music (self released)
Sonic The Hedgehog soundtrack on disco-funk ecstasy




Interlard - Tyrol (self released)
massive lo-fi static noise drums

Asfandyar Khan - Snow Makes Things Perfect (self released)
quiet, beautiful, delicate drone, like Stars Of The Lid mixed with John Murphy




Felix & Volcano! - Grow Rich EP (self released)
crazy catchy electro pop

1 Minute: A Compilation Of One Minute Songs (self released)
30 minutes, 30 songs, 8 bits




Vladee Divacc - Hoop Dreamz EP (self released)
"dunkwave"

The Great Valley - Holiday, Holinight EP (self released)
wobbly sunny beach folk




NYC UFOs - Newer Stations (Real Butter Record Club)
shoegarage pop

Scissor Shock - Psychic Existentialism (For Noise's Sake)
avant schizo mind fuck




Children's Children - The Car My Great Aunt Gave Me (self released)
low key, acoustic, sad

Autumn - Autumn (self released)
silky ambient drone




Shinobu Nemoto - Improvisation Air Vol. 1 & 2 (INSTALL)
spacey guitar drones warped from reel to reel

Jason Skoog - Ladders (self released)
a charming Satan's Twilight Zone with xylophones




Braden J & The Family - Davis Dreamin' (Moondial)
old school romp in the woods

Raindeer - Raindeer EP (self released)
neon electro glitter puke




Hautain - Drench (self released)
scorched earth feedback lightning & thunder

Drummers - Drummers (self released)
post hardcore, post punk, post rock, post awesome




Computer Magic - Hiding From Our Time EP (also Hiding From More Of Our Time EP) (self released)
jangly & dreamy electro popgaze sweetness

Apollo Vermouth - Florida (also Lost In A Graveyard) (self released)
blissy ambient guitar drone




Meth Dad - Pizza Party (self released)
insane blown out 8 bit noise dance party

Brutal Love Masters - Brutal Love Masters (self released)
tender pop

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

AGB Radio 11/2

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Started with a 30+ minute Disintegration Loop in honor of my aunt who just passed away. Brightened things up a bit after that, though. Not all doom & gloom. And certainly much lighter than last week's horrorfest.

According to recent polls, it's totally legit to play drone n pop side-by-side. Agreed?

Anti-Gravity Bunny Radio 11/2
William Basinski - Disintegration Loop 2.2
Strategy - Stops Spinning
Phantogram - When I'm Small
White Moth - Two Women, Knitting
Oneida - What's Up, Jackal?
Tom Vourtsis - Black
Tarentel - Whistle In The Wires
Ben Vida & Greg Davis - Piper
Stephan Mathieu - Little Pismo's Lullaby (Loop)
Robyn - Indestructible (Acoustic)
Lokai - Glimmer
Johnny Greenwood - Eat Him By His Own Light
Neptune - Tell My People To Go Home (Part II)
Marnie Stern - Cinco De Mayo
Nicholas Szczepanik - Another End Of New
Clutchy Hopkins - 4:08
Kids & Explosions - Use Your Words
Deastro - Leah's Daughter The Giraffe
King Kong Ding Dong - (You're The) Drone Machine
Grant Beran - The Man In The High Castle
Taiga Remains - Part 2.B
Fjordne - Waiting For A Drop
Hunted Creatures - Sleeping Under The Deadweight
Unicorn - Clay & Fire

Monday, November 1, 2010

Planning For Burial / Lonesummer - Split (Music Ruins Lives, 2010)


Planning For Burial - Sleeping In Separate Rooms








DUDES. Fuckin split of the year right here. Gloom & doom bliss from Planning For Burial and unbridled hatred courtesy of Lonesummer on the same motherfucking record. This is the real shit, guys. The best of the best.

PFB's 3 tracks are a bit different than what he put out on Leaving. A little more vocal oriented, maybe a bit poppier & shoegazier, but in the saddest way possible. This is the beautiful Icelandic epic shit you love thrown to the bottom of a well where it turned into a warped depressed beast of buzz, static, & drone. Plodding drums, mournful organs, blackened rumbled, all with a decidedly catchy twist. This dude knows how to mix the gorgeous celestial washes of euphoria with the basement hiding grim neurosis so perfectly. Unbelievably awesome. You will want to listen to this for fucking ever.

Strip all of PFB's happiness and you're left with Lonesummer's neverending brutality. His black noise metal is as harsh as it gets, with no hope for redemption. It's loud as FUCK, reigning blistering chaos. A wall of black metal so dense it becomes noise. The drums & cymbals blast into a homogeneous cacophony, the guitars shred, wail, & buzz, and the vocals are a tortured screeching, totally obscured in pain. But then there are songs like "I Wish I Could Delete Last Night" that are like a slow (black metal) pop song with a legit guitar solo that just might get caught in loop in your head. This guy is totally fucking into it. Bleak, depressing as shit, noisy, hateful, evil, and still utterly fucking beautiful. Anti-black metal that stands high above most other bedroom BM freaks.

There is no way you should let this slip under your radar. If you haven't heard of either of these guys yet (wtf is wrong with you?), they are making what is hands down some of the most amazing masochistic bliss out there. This split is cheap as hell ($6 preorder) and only 100 copies will be made. So get over to the newly minted Music Ruins Lives and grab yourself a copy before it's sold out and you have to go cry to your momma about how your trigger finger is getting sloppy.