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DAYDREAM GENERATION

  • 08.19.14
    Lenn9o9n – Distant Shores DAYDREAM GENERATION, LENN9O9N, REVIEWS | Comments Off
    Download for free: lenn9o9n.bandcamp.com/album/distant-shores Uncle Dave told me to quit with the weird reviews where I attempted to "experience" the record I was listening to and instead focus on the recording itself. "People don't have time to wade through pages and pages of nonsensical prose, they want you to get to the point at hand, tell them what the album is, a bit of blurb about the artist, what you think of it, and where they can get it. They don't want to hear about how I took over the world or the pointy headed man's parents or any of that other ...
  • 08.11.14
    Hunter and Wolfe: Days and Works DAYDREAM GENERATION, REVIEWS | Comments Off
    download: hunterandwolfe.bandcamp.com 'Why are you wearing that copper diving helmet and carrying an umbrella?' asked the bald professor from the opposite side of the table. I opened the visor. 'I'm not,' I told him. He clicked his pen once, twice, three times and snorted through his nose. 'Tell me again how you got here,' he said. My shoulders slumped. How many times did they want to hear the same story. There was a cliff. A floating camper van. One minute I was drifting on the ocean and the next I was here. In the hospital. 'Shhhh,' I said. 'Can you hear that?' He cocked his bald ...
  • 08.05.14
    Whatever – Fuzz Classics DAYDREAM GENERATION, REVIEWS | Comments Off
    inwhateverland.bandcamp.com/album/fuzz-classics I opened my eyes to silence and gloom. I felt hollow, but I wasn't sure why. My head hurt for reasons I couldn't entirely fathom. I sat up and saw that I was in a shack. Sunlight poked through a gap in the corrugated iron roof and a scrawny ginger girl sat on the bottom of my bed, sucking on a joint and studying me closely. She wiped her runny nose on her sleeve. 'Where am I?' I croaked and she spat on the straw floor. 'Bolton?' I asked. I distinctly remember that I was somewhere up north. I'd previously ...
  • 07.28.14
    The Red Plastic Buddha – Songs for Mara DAYDREAM GENERATION, RELEASES, REVIEWS | Comments Off
    Get it here: redplasticbuddha.bandcamp.com There was this man on our beach. He had a pointy head and ridiculously long ears and his skin shone red in the moonlight. Like it wasn't actually skin. Like he was made of plastic. His body emitted a strange throbbing sound. 'Hello,' I said. 'What's that noise?' 'That is "She's an Alien" by The Red Plastic Buddha,' he told me. 'From their new third album "Songs for Mara".' 'It sounds awfully muffled,' I said. 'One moment,' he said, lifting a finger and then he parted his robes. I was relieved to see a loudspeaker mounted in his chest. The full ...