APOCALYPSE NOW? by BASTARDS OF YOUNG
So the mayans were wrong. There's no zombie apocalypse or a post-nuclear adventure. Let's just gather around, and end this year with a bang. Put this on & Party like there's no tommorow. Start the countdown to extinction! (Or not).
MINDMAGICK by Le Boob
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Earth Calling Mother Nature by Le Boob
Earth Calling Mother Nature is an eargasm mix and full of rich details for those audiophile maniacs. Chilled, down-tempo and a perfect companion for finishing an afternoon work.
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JEFF TUTTLE: “I'VE HEARD MUSIC THAT BROUGHT TEARS TO MY EYES. LITERALLY.”
Can music be spiritual?
Yeah, absolutely, you know, I mean I’ve heard music that brought tears in my eyes. Literally.
What was it?
What music? Umm, you know, the first time I heard Jeff Buckley..
Holy shit! Grace?
Yeah. The first time I heard Grace, I felt tears in my eyes. I’m not even lying. Hardly because I was upset with myself, I,.. I got into Jeff Buckley right after he died. You can’t find an artist so genuine. It goes back to your last question, I don’t know why he wrote the songs that he wrote, but for some reasons I felt an emotional connection to his voice, to his guitars, to his song-writing, at that moment we share that connection. If that’s not powerful, then I don’t know what is.
What’s Your favorite song in Grace?
The whole thing, man. I can’t pick one, I can’t pick any. That record, from front to back, you can’t pick one song, like, if I’m listening to that record, I have to listen to that whole thing.[CONTINUE READING]
FOXES IN FICTION: “ALL MUSIC SHOULD BE FREE.”
You put all of your songs in Foxes in Fiction bandcamp for free downloads. It's a great thing that your music is accessible and free. Can you elaborate on that subject?
I want my music to be accessible to anybody who has internet access and is looking for new music, and from the standpoint of a relatively new public artist, it didn’t make sense to charge people for something when my main intent it to get my work out to people who are interested in listening to my stuff. Even if I did decide to charge for it, it would just end up being uploaded to Mediafire by someone else anyways. All music should be free.
You have 3 songs EP called "Songs for Ryan". Who is Ryan?
Ryan is one of my good friends from Toronto who has a recording project called Young Waves. When I was a little younger I used to record EP's and songs for people that I liked on a whim whenever I was bored. One evening he asked me if I would do the same for him, so I wrote and recorded that three song EP is the span of a couple hours. I don’t own a lot of gear and a lot of my recording hardware was really fucked up at the time so all those songs have a lot of tape hiss and electronics cracks and pops all over them. I might try and re-upload that whole EP in a little bit higher quality, if anyone expresses any interest in it, I have all the songs sitting on a big tape spool around my apartment somewhere.
So how's the music scene on Canada these days? I heard that Broken Social Scene is breaking up?
The music scene here is really interesting, I’m really enthusiastic about a lot of the things that are happening here right now. I feel like for a really long time weirder or more experimental music wasn’t that openly embraced or promoted in a ‘mainstream’ way in Canadian scenes and that we were largely defined by stuff like Broken Social Scene and all their indie offshoots. But with the prevalence of the internet and everyone having access to whatever back catalog of culture they so desire, people are beginning to really create and listen to some extremely interesting stuff, which I think is amazing and really gives hope to weirdos like myself.[CONTINUE READING]
EDY KHEMOD: “EVERYTHING IS NEW, EVERYBODY IS LEARNING.”
What's Your ultimate goal as a video producer/director in making music videos and TV commercials?
Bringing visual sensation and creative gimmicks to every works. So beside serving the projects objective, we also play with a certain creative gimmicks that differentiate the projects. Hopefully the audience can remember and identified the works from the creative gimmicks.
You guys are some the pioneers of music videos in the local independent music scene. We've seen Mocca's first video and your latest work is Burgerkill's new video. Can you tell us a bit on Cerahati's history?
It started more from friendship and community. At the early 2002, we were just a bunch of art student hanging out in a cramped space, playing and experimenting with visual sensation & video editing. With close relations with the independent music scene, we then helped some new indie artist for their music video. Started from VC for Koil & Mocca in 2002, and then naturally it progressed from there.
It was also the first time MTV started to aired music video for indie bands. So the momentum was there, the booming of indie scene.
You are also Seringai's drummer. So when's Seringai's new album gonna hit the record shelves? Any exciting stories behind the making of Seringai's new album?
One of the longest recording process we ever had :D we had the material for the new album since 2009, yet till now we're still recording :p But I think this is also the best we ever done, technically. We recorded the drum tracks at Jaya Roxx's studios, using the legendary (alm) Ari Roxx's drums. The guitar & bass parts taken at Alexa Band studios.
In this album we also have an instrumental song, using double drums in some parts. That's exciting and new to us.
So hopefully this year in April or May we can hit the record shelves.[CONTINUE READING]
ANINDITA SARYUF: “IN MY OPINION, IMAGE IS NEVER REAL.”
Santamonica's second album. When will it hit record store shelves?
Maybe next year. I don't know. We've been really busy with our full time work, and also other projects. Up till now, we've recorded 5 songs. I'm sorry to disappoint our fans, but we're not really inspired to record any new song now. Hopefully soon. I might need to take a break from work to really focus on this second album though.
You also does image directions for Sinjitos bands. Can you elaborate?
Well, we're not like those Korean pop industry or the mainstream records label who totally change the appearance and creating generic look for the bands. I just help the bands/artists to find certain image that they would love to project onstage or to their fans. Entertainment is still entertainment, people want to look good when performing and their fans want to see their idols to look cool or inspiring. It doesn't have to look super polished, or dandy or wearing the latest trend, I think it would be too overdone for bands, they still have to have their personality. My job is to 'polish' it. For example Bayu Risa, when he started with us, he knew that he wanted to dress up nicely but had no clue how to. Eventually, some straight men are like that. So I drew out a concept for him, as his music roots are R&B, hip hop, soul, with touch of electro, I thought of dressing him with something sleek like blazer but adding a bit of twist; and paired it with drop crotch pants (not too MC Hammer-y tho') and hi-top sneakers (because he's a street baller, and also to make him still look fun, and still can dance onstage). He liked the idea of having a dressy mixed with some street touch for his onstage look, so there goes.
Besides sounding great, I agree that bands should be a visual eye candy too. But if a band get too much help from a stylist, don't you think that their image is not honest and a bit "fake"?
In my opinion, image is never real, but how well you can make people to believe that you're not fake. Since ancient time, people use clothes to project certain image that they want people to think of them to be. Good stylist is one who understands what their client want, and how to make them look better without 100 percent changing their personality. Fake, I don't think is the right word. Because after all in this industry, we have a better word, which is illusion. Fake, is for a bad or worse mediocre styling.[CONTINUE READING]
SYAGINI: “COPYCATS, THEY DON'T HAVE A LIFE.”
Can anybody draw the line between what's original or not?
Although the line is very thin between what's original and not, I believe that everyone has a unique mind.
What do You think of copycats who tried to imitate Your style? Is there a thin line between homage and plagiarism?
Hahaha I know where is this going. They just dont have a life y'know.
Current projects & latest exhibitions?
I'm working on My solo exhibition.. June 2012 at Ark Galerie. I'm working on issues such as human behaviour and social science.
How's the dialectics in Your political studies can relate to Your art?
My political studies actually enchances my conceptual skill.
Can You explain a bit about Your latest installations, the Bibio Tea?
It's an hypothetical tea brand. Art book infused tea. The concept is; The content of the instructive art-books have been infused into the teas; Thus, one can immediately gain this knowledge by consuming the various teas.
Triggers & mood-boosters?
Conflicts. [CONTINUE READING]
ARIAN 13: “I'M ALWAYS FASCINATED BY DEATH. I THINK ABOUT DEATH A LOT.”
What's your opinion on the so-called “metalheads” who doesn't listen to Slayer? *huge grin*
Not only Slayer. Anyone who does not listen to Slayer AND Black Sabbath should reconsider him/herself as a metalheads. It’s the roots of all evil, man!
You're also a member of “Record collectors are pretentious assholes” group on Facebook. What do you collect nowadays?
Still the same. Trying to collect some ‘90s hardcore/punk/sludge metal/shoegaze/indie pop releases that I haven’t get the chance to collect in the ‘90s. There are priorites, since there’s a lot that I want to get, so I guess those subgenres that I said before are the ones. Readers: if you have any titles I might interested in, let me know. :D
Other than vinyls, I also collect silkscreened posters. Now I need to collect walls so I can hang all of my posters.
I saw lotsa skulls in yer drawings. You must get this question a lot, but really, what's with Your fascination about skulls? We really dig Your animal skulls by the way.
I'm always fascinated by death, actually. I think about death a lot. The skull, is just the symbol, of what was once before, of life. That, and since I was a small kid fascinated by the coolness of skulls in comics and rock/metal band covers. Some people thinks I cannot draw anything else besides skull, which is not true. Thanks, yeah I am starting to draw more animal skulls, and collecting them as well.
Any shout outs to great local illustrators who draws reallly good skulls?
There are some great skull illustrators from Jogja, but their name escapes me now. Sorry. I guess Jogja is skull city today! [CONTINUE READING]
SOPHIA CHANG: “I FIGURED THIS IS MY ONE SHOT, I'M GOING TO GIVE MY EVERYTHING AND SEE WHERE IT TAKES US.”
Can You describe Your experiences working with those great brands, company and public figures?
Undefeated: i worked on this brand thru an internship I was involved with in 2009-2010 called Book Club. I helped to produce graphics and put together tech-packs in preparation for production. This gave me a great hands on view on how a clothing brand operates from a design perspective. From research, to creating rounds of graphics, to laying them out on tees and shirts etc.
Complex: I have always been a fan of Complex Magazine since I was in highschool. I loved their articles, features and the general culture that it symbolized. I started my internship with them in 2007 as a sophomore (2008-2009) in college. It helped me to meet a lot of friends who helped me network later on in my career. I also got to see how a publication worked behind the scenes. Everyone scrambling to produce content, design, shoot photos, edit, everything two-three months before anything hits the shelves. I worked with the Art Director and Senior Designer at the time very closely. They were very helpful in giving me tips, and teaching me step by step along the way.
Web Design: This I sorta fell into after taking a few CSS classes in school. I thought to myself, print design and Web Design are practically the same. Minus the user interface aspect of it. I kept practicing, and started picking up work that allowed me to design for private brands that wanted to showcase their work/services to e-commerce.
Anthony Bourdain: This was a fun project that sort of fell into my hands thru random encounters. I was offered by Zero Point Zero Productions (they manage talent/Bourdain) to do a free illustration for one of his upcoming episodes. Travel Channel saw it thru the social media blasts, and asked me to sign for a full season and do all the art for this past season of No Reservations. It was a great experience, they were really friendly and open to my creative ideas. There was a total of 8 illustrations - one for each episode.
Mama O's: This project was completed during my time at my internship at a design studio called Book Club. I was given the opportunity to help redesign the logo for the brand. It was a fun and rewarding experience to be able to walk into grocery stores and see your work sitting on a shelf. [CONTINUE READING]
POLYESTER EMBASSY: “THE SONG LSD IS ACTUALLY AN ABBREVIATION OF 'LIKE SUNNY DAY' AND WE CAN ASSURE YOU THE LYRICS HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH THE SUBSTANCE HAHAHA.."
There's a 5 year gap between your debut album, “Tragicomedy (2006)” and your latest release, “Fake/Faker (2011)”. What's going on in between?
Our Tragicomedy album was released on 11 November 2006. After it's initial release, we've been touring for the most of 2 years. Then start writing for new materials on 2008. We take the effort not to make our new release as a sequel. We don't want that very much. So we took long hours to write, arrange and re-arrange our new materials. In 2009, we begin our pre-production of those confirmed songs and later start recording in 2010. Still it was a long battle for us on the post production. The Fake/Faker album was well cooked in the beginning of 2011, after a long and exhausting argument in the mixing board hahaha. Gladly we settle our differences.
“Space Travel Rock n Roll”?
Hmm actually we have not labeled our music in to a certain genre yet. We think it's only fair to called our music as Rock, because that is our main root and the rest we just playing in lots of areas outside rock to create a certain mood for our songs. Space Travel Rock n Roll is actually the title of our song.
This is your second album with Fast Forward records, are they giving the band the freedom to explore, musically speaking?
FFWD Records backed our efforts in music since the beginning. And up until now it was a collaborative relationship and we are happy with that. They give us the freedom to create and write our music and that's a luxury for bands like Polyester Embassy. [CONTINUE READING]
SAT NB: “GUE SAMA SEKALI GAK ADA BASIC JURNALISTIK, FOTOGRAFI ATAU DESAIN GRAFIS."
Diantara band-band Lo yang terdahulu seperti The Jonis dan yang sekarang (Teenage Death Star & Pure Saturday), gimana perbedaan mood dan karakter masing-masing bandnya sendiri?
Perbedaan nya pasti bedaa.. Masing-masing punya kenikmatan sendiri-sendiri. Pusing dan problem nya masing-masing juga. Kalo ngomongin image dari satu personil band, itu gwa ga pikirin. Gwa berusaha jadi diri gwa sendiri aja di setiap band nya, walaupun band itu sendiri beda-beda karakter nya. Tapi selama isi band itu temen-temen deket gwa semua, ya pastinya gak masalah.. Wong personilnya juga itu-itu aja kok. Intinya yang gwa tangkep dari 3 band itu terbentuk juga berangkat dari kebosanan kita sendiri aja, berangkat dari kata: 'Bikin band yu..?' dan terjadilah. Ini juga tipikal karakter yang gwa suka dari temen-temen gwa, mereka ngga mati-matian JA-IM untuk bisa ekspresi di band nya.. Contoh anak-anak PS: Mereka mau gila-gilaan pas waktu The Jonis. Paling Achong nih yang udah mulai menua dan kena sindrom Solo star hahahah.
You are the founder of Ripple Magazine, one of the pioneering independent magazine in Indonesia. Saya lihat subkultur yang ditampilkan Ripple di edisi-edisi awal sangat segmented, seperti mereview rave underground, ngefoto bencong sampai melakukan wawancara dengan seniman, skater dan surfer lokal. Sebagai alumni art-school, Pada awalnya, konsep apa yang ingin lo implementasikan di Ripple?
Pada jaman dulu tahun '98 an, gwa bareng sama Unkle D (Dendi Darman 347), satu studio di kampus. Mereka mau bikin media promo untuk clothing 347. Disitu gwa berangkat mulai bikin majalah Ripple sebagai media promo nya. Gwa sama sekali gak ada basic jurnalistik, fotografi atau desain grafis. Gwa cuma ngerti estetik yang menurut gwa bagus aja. Bagus dalam arti berlawanan sama arus yang sedang berjalan dan mengerti apa yang culture anak muda mau. Pada saat itu gwa sangat concern banget sama pergerakan yang nggak 'terangkat' atau muncul ke permukaan, disitulah gwa bareng sama teman-teman yang lain mengolah ramuan nya untuk bisa di terima dan di anggap 'cool'. Jaman dulu sama sekali nggak mikirin profit, boro-boro berharap siapa yang mau masang iklan di majalah itu, yang penting bikin artikel yang bagus, fotografi yang gak pernah diliat sebelum nya di indonesia, dan meneruskan semangat resistensi yang belum terselesaikan. [CONTINUE READING]
C.U.T.S GRRRLS: “DON'T FORGET, LAND ON YOUR BACK, NOT ON YOUR BOOBS!!"
There’s not many Riot grrrl acts in Indonesia. Are you guys familiarize with the Riot grrrl movement of the early nineties, with bands such as Sleater-Kinney, Bikini Kill, L7 and Le Tigre?
Itta: YES! I've heard some RRRiot girl band 90-ies of the era, such as: chicks on speed, stereo total, lesbians on ectasy, jullie Ruin! Even before the era of riot girl: slits, Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, peaches, The Runaways, Lizzy Mercier descloux, etc.. To cool not to listen!
Ykha: 90s was awesome...Veruca Salt, 7 Year Bitch, The Breeders...First time I hear 'Volcano Girl' playing on the radio, I form a band immediately (kelas 2 SMP). I forgot what was the name my old band, I was the guitarist there...and I really suck at it. We never got a gig. LOL
You girls do a lot of stagedives. Are there any harrasment towards both of You as a female vocalist?
Itta: We really enjoy it when the audience sing our songs so wild, and they raised us one by one. This is very crazy, and that's when I feel that I'm too young to die! HA HA.
Ykha: No. Our audience are quite loyal...the front row always cover our back. One time when I'm about to jump, one of the audience scream "Don't forget! Land on your back, not your boobs!! Careful!" ...so I guess they cover our "front" too haha! [CONTINUE READING]
ANEKA DIGITAL SAFARI: “SOME PEOPLE IN INDONESIA THINKS THAT NOISE GIG IS AN ART EXHIBITION. REMEMBER GUYS, MOSH!!"
What's your opinion on noise movement as the anti-music dialectics?
For some people noise is the way to express them self. To escape from the path that were meant to be. The anti – music was born not only from the experimental music. We could also consider Grindcore (the non over produce) as one of the pioneer of the anti music movement. Some people especially in Indonesia thinks that a noise gig is an art exhibition. They just sit around, talking about the noise gear and stuff. I’d be so delighted if I could see the audience just stand up and do some circle pit and mosh around while they enjoying the sound that comes from the artist. Remember guys MOSH!
What's wrong with music that some of the noise-acts is talking about the anti-noise movement?
I think people are just bored with today music, the ideology and lyrical content. But it doesn’t mean they don’t like music at all. i bet when they’re sad, they just go to their room. Lock their room. Pull up the blanket, and start to listen Lenny Williams. haha [CONTINUE READING]
AMENK: “SAYA MERANGSANG INTUISI UNTUK BERKARYA DENGAN MEMBACA BUKU KHUSUS ORANG DEWASA"
Media & alat-alat yang sering digunakan?
Tinta china, cat akrilik, kertas dan kanvas.
Selain karena sudah terbiasa menggunakan alat-alat tersebut, apakah ada alasan teknikal atau personal lain?
Pada awal mulanya sebenarnya lebih ke alasan ekonomis sih, karena untuk menggarap karya yang lebih besar misalkan di kanvas membutuhkan biaya yang gak sedikit. Apalagi pada saat itu intensitas berkarya dimasa saya kuliah cukup
bergejolak. Jadi emang kudu puter otak mengakali kebutuhan praktek berkaryanya dan akhirnya saya menemukan media tinta china.
Apakah "substansi-substansi" membantu anda dalam berkarya?
Kalo secara spesifik "substansi-substansi" yang membantu dalam proses berkarya tidak terlalu penting bagi saya. Sederhananya saya cuma merangsang intuisi bisa lewat mendengarkan musik, menonton sinetron, membaca majalah-majalah keluaran tahun lama, jalan-jalan sore bersama sahabat, membaca buku khusus orang dewasa, melihat kejadian lucu dan melihat berita di koran maupun TV. [CONTINUE READING]
GHAUST: “WE JUST WANT TO WRITE CHALLENGING MUSIC THAT HAS MELODY AND HOOKS."
Ghaust is one of the most hard-working band in Indonesia. You guys released so many Split EP's with diverse bands such as: Kelelawar Malam, Aseethe, Vestiges, Blckwvs and Pazahora. How do you approach those bands into working a collaboration with you?
Every band we collaborated with has a different approach. For instance before we collaborated with Kelelawar Malam we used to hang out and did some Malaysia and Singapore tour together. As for collaboration with the bands outside Indonesia, we got in touch with them through email. They’ve been a pleasure to deal with and all their track on the split with us fucking slays. And after releasing Vestiges and Kelelawar malam split vinyl, we wont be doing any splits, we need to focus writing our second album.
Ghaust also has a diverse sound when it comes to labelling. There's punk rock, black metal, post rock, post metal and doom blended into one. Are you gonna keep evolving or are you happy with the experiment you've done so far?
As a band I think we’re being honest with ourselves and we don’t think too hard about direction or labelling. We just want to write challenging music that has melody and hooks. [CONTINUE READING]
NINA NIKICIO: "I GET INSPIRED FROM BOREDOM. THOSE THINGS AND MAINLY BECAUSE I'M A FUCKING POTHEAD."
How do you end up with this profession as a brand owner and fashion designer?
I've always wanted to own a ready to wear brand. When i just started back in 2007, there is very little growth of local brands in Indonesia even though there is a market for it. Huge market. So then i went ahead and launched Nikicio. It came from a very grounded concept and started off from close friends.
Musicians often say that making your own album is like raising a child. Would you agree with that statement when it comes to your brand?
Of course. I cant wait to sell them when they are teenagers.
Everywhere, the fashion industry has changed a lot. What do you think about this lucrative business?
It looks really easy, but this business is hard to keep because of the competitions. I think it's the same for any lucrative business everywhere.
How do you get inspired when it comes to creation?
From boredom. I always create something because i feel bored of seeing the same things again and again. And laziness. Why should we create things that are complicated and hard? I want clothes that are easy and simple. Things that you can wear again and again without thinking. Those things and oh! Mainly because i'm a fucking pothead. [CONTINUE READING]
NARKOSOB: "KITA MALES BAYAR KALO MASUK CLUB, DUITNYA MENDINGAN BUAT BOKUL, SOB."
Narkosob itu siapa aja sih? DJ Embuts?
Bukan, sob! Kita juga ga tau DJ Embuts itu siapa. Suatu hari dia cuman nge email kita tanpa ngomong apa-apa trus ngasih file mp3 remix lagu ‘Pecah’. Kita cuman pegawai kantoran yang terlalu banyak mengkonsumsi narkoba buat pelarian dari pekerjaan yang membosankan, sob.
Narkosob adalah duo RBT House Remix non-profit. Datang darimana ide ini, sob?
Ga inget, sob. Pokoknya waktu itu lagi siwer berat. Pas sadar RBT nya udah jadi lumayan banyak, sob.. Kita sangat males mikir dan banyakan siwernya, sob. Boleh jadi narkosob itu juga bukan ide kita tapi kita ngaku-ngaku aja, sob. Yang pasti kita cuman mau bikin sesuatu yang bisa jadi the next ‘DJ Matiin Lampunya Dong’. [CONTINUE READING]
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SOFTPORN HOTEL: "WINTER'S INTERLUDE"
Winter's Interlude, a mixtape by Softporn Hotel
Cool mixes for a cold day. A chillin' resemblance of a winter solstice and raindrops on yer head. So, take a sip, sit down, relax and click on the download link. [CONTINUE READING]
MORGUE VANGUARD a.k.a. UCOK HOMICIDE: "90S HIPHOP MIXTAPE VOL. 01"
90s Hiphop Mixtape Vol.01
Sejak mixtape pertama beberapa bulan kemarin, niatnya sih pengennya membuat mixtape setiap bulannya seperti jaman kaset dulu dengan modal C-90 dan double-deck stereo. Cuman, waktu, kesempatan dan mood bicara laen.
Setelah 4 bulan saya baru bisa bikin mixtape beginian lagi. Melanjutkan niat kemarin, ini mixtape pertama dengan tema Golden Age 90s Hiphop. Dari Geto Boyssampe Tha Alkaholiks, dari Naughty by Naturehingga Rakim. Pengennya nambah lagu, gak hanya 15, cuman ini aja udah 70-an Mb, dengan koneksi internet yang lebih menyebalkan dari sequel Bacdafucup, saya memutuskan cukup segini dan sisanya dilanjutkan di seri selanjutnya. Selamat menikmati. Keep the heads bangin, demolish auto-tune! [CONTINUE READING]
IDHAM ADIPRANATA: "WOOLGATHERING"
Woolgathering, a mixtape by Idham Adipranata
An ethereal mixes of dreamy-ambient-like mood songs to pass the time. An exquisite blend of shoegazing sounds, chill wave, minimal electronica, ambient and dream pop. [CONTINUE READING]
JOHNY GRIM: "SOULFOOD VOL. 1"
Soul Food Vol. 1
Some rare grooves funk and northern soul goodness. Featuring The Mike Cotton Sound, Danny Woods, Billy Sol, William Bell, The Ascots, Rochelles, Lena & The Deltanettes, Ellingtones, and more! Enjoy! [CONTINUE READING]
ANIZAR YASMEEN: "PSYCHIC COSMONAUT"
Doom/stoner/psychedelic/whatnots. Ya, mixtape ini berisi band-band seperti Om, Colour Haze, Earthless, dsb, dimana durasi lagu yang relatif panjang tidak terasa lama karena kita begitu menyatu dan terbang tenggelam dalam atmosfer masif yang dibangun oleh band-band tersebut. Beberapa band di dalam mixtape ini sangat influensial, beberapa cukup obscure dan underrated, semuanya sangat direkomendasikan. [CONTINUE READING]