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Aug
30

Sometimes I ask myself “What are you doing?” and I answer….

Sometimes I ask myself “What are you doing?” and I answer…. Well, I’m posting another episode of Sonically Loud Tuneful Music. It’s Episode 151 of SLTM (the Podcast). The last new Episode for a few weeks, we’ll be back in the middle of September. Keep up to date with SLTM (the Podcast) by following us on twitter @frankdell45 or on Facebook at SLTMpodcast. Thanks for listening. Music on SLTM (the Podcast) Episode 151: Scott Kelly & the Road Home All Hail The Yeti Wiretape Crash The Demon Beat – Funny/Not Funny Order Page for Less is Less Again for the Win SLTM (the Podcast) Episode 151 [ 37:09 ] Play Now | Play in Popup |...
Aug
27

Two New Commercials – Scott Kelly and Cari Clara

Hello there. Here are those two new commercials you wanted. First one is for the new Scott Kelly and the Road Home LP The Forgiven Ghost in Me and the second is for Cari Clara and it’s the second commercial for their new release Midnight March. Please pass them around, post them here and there. Share, Share. Thank you. Scott Kelly and the Road Home Cari Clara Scott Kelly and the Road Home Commercial [ 1:31 ] Play Now | Play in Popup | Download Cari Clara Commercial #2 [ 0:51 ] Play Now | Play in Popup |...
Aug
23

We flew to close to the sun, now our nuts are sunburnt

I’ve finally figured out the secret of life. Be a total bastard to everyone and treat people like they are shit on the bottom of your shoe. Women will come running, Men will want to finance your project and Children will cower and cry when you walk into a Chuck E. Cheese. This might be my most brilliant plan, it’s got to work. I’ll see you on the other side of the fence, losers! MUSIC ON EPISODE 150 of SONICALLY LOUD TUNEFUL MUSIC: Ambassador Gun The Sun The Moon The Stars Birthmark – Antibodies LP on Polyvinyl Records Tynted Poison Idea SLTM (the Podcast) Episode 150 [ 39:24 ] Play Now | Play in Popup |...
Aug
17

Commercials for Episode 149 of SLTM (the Podcast)

Here are the two commercials that were played in Episode 149 of Sonically Loud Tuneful Music. We hope you liked the commercials, if your in the band or the label that puts out their music and we hope that you will share these commercials. Feel free to post them anywhere you like. We support these bands and their fine music and we hope that you will too. Please pass them around, use them on your podcast, hell post them all over the web. Just keep talking about good music. Thank you. Dikembe Pre-order link Cari Clara Deep Elm Records Page Dikembe Commercial [ 1:06 ] Play Now | Play in Popup | Download Cari Clara Commercial [ 1:06 ] Play Now | Play in Popup |...
Aug
13

“It has a rather pedestrian feel to it” – SLTM (the Podcast)

The above quote about SLTM (the Podcast) comes from a review of our show from Modern Communication magazine and writer Jeff Liveling. He also said that “Host Brad Bugos sounds like he’s having fun, and that’s nice..for him, but what about the rest of us?”. Some other harsh things were said, like “He Talks way too loud” and “The music is fine, but who cares about some band I’ve never heard of?”. The review is in print only right now, so if you see the September 2012 issue of Modern Communication on the stands, flip to the back and read the whole thing. If it posts on the internet, we’ll post a link. I’m going to go wrap myself in the covers of my bed, masturbate and gently weep until I fall asleep and this cruel world just melts away. MUSIC ON EPISODE 149 of Sonically Loud Tuneful Music: Fastkill Cari Clara Duke of Norfolk Dikembe At Vance Pulverized Order page for Fastkill’s new release SLTM (the Podcast) Episode 149 [ 34:35 ] Play Now | Play in Popup |...
Aug
2

The Sun The Moon The Stars Mind Reader Record Review

The Sun The Moon The Stars Mind Reader Record Review The Sun The Moon The Stars – Mind Reader – 12″ LP – Black Numbers Records Music Review by Brad Bugos- Host of SLTM (the Podcast) – brad@fatrobotradio.com This review is in reference to the 12 inch EP Vinyl release of Mind Reader I’ve listened to this EP over four dozen times, at least. Now, I don’t normally listen to stuff that I review that much, mostly because of time constraints. This release, besides being a joy to listen to on my own time, just needed a few more plays than normal. It’s not that I couldn’t get a handle on it, I think I have, it’s just that when I thought I had time to write this review something came up and I wanted to make sure the music was fresh in my mind when I talked about it. It’s heavier that I thought it would be, which I attribute to the fact that some of the other stuff I have heard on Black Numbers. None of the other releases I have heard are close to metal. It’s heavy, but here is the nice twist with this band, it’s not too heavy. It’s never bogged down in it’s own sound. Some bands, whom I enjoy as well, have that point in their music where it’s time to flip that switch and drop the hammer on the listener. This band never reaches that point. It’s not that they don’t rock, oh they do, it’s just that they don’t go from Metal to sludge or screeching in their songs. Thank you, SMS, for keeping it heavy but not encasing my brain in cement. That this band reminds me of some of my favorite bands, including Corrosion of Conformity , a touch of Black Skies and a bit of Fu Manchu, is not a bad thing. Not a bad thing at all. But they sound a bit like, they are not copies of these wonderful bands. It’s a nice gathering point on the music map, but it’s not the final destination. What makes this LP very enjoyable and gives to multiple listens is two things for me. Number one, the Vocals. Both heavy and screaming, at perfect points in the song; But they are never too deep in the muck or yelled, it’s a nice balance. I can understand what he is saying too, thank you for making the vocals clear, as they should be. Top notch vocals make these songs...

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