black monk time
I mentioned this the last time I posted on these guys a couple years ago, but it still sort of blows my mind that the Monks even existed in the early to mid-1960s. The group of 5 American GIs -- stationed in Germany at the time -- seemingly emerged from nowhere with a new brand of furiously raucous but undeniably poppy experimental garage-punk that was years ahead of its time, effectively confus
walking with jesus
the muslims :: live at red rocks (photo / click for larger image) Day one of the Monolith Festival was a rousing success, thanks in large part to the unreal weather and spectacular views at the impossibly picturesque venue. There were bands, too: highlights from yesterday included Del tha Funkee Homosapien, Holy Fuck, JV, Blitzen Trapper, Cut Copy, and White Denim (not necessarily in that order)..