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Chúpame El Dedo

Horror Pop’s Choice: Chúpame El Dedo by Chúpame El Dedo

Release date: July 15, 2016

Label: Discrpant

Horror Pop Rating: 8 of 10

Styles: Colombian traditions, Alternative rock, Indie rock, Death metal, Funk, Neo-psychedelia,  Latin music, Experimental rock, Trashy psychedelia, Latin punk, Industrial, Drunken cumbia, Punk, Afro-colombian, Afro-cuban, Doom, Electronica, FunkyBreaks, Rhythm & Blues, Experimental electronic, Electronic, Cumbia, Tropical rhythms, Grindcore, Black metal, Salsa, Currulao, Reggaeton, Punk, Cold wave, Drunk dance music

Available on Spotify

Horror Pop's Choice

Album Review: Billie Marten - Writing of Blues and Yellows

Billie Marten shows talent and wisdom beyond her years
Billie Marten released her first music at the tender of 15 and her breakthrough followed a year later when she dropped… 377 more words

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Album Of The Week: The Gaslamp Killer - Instrumentalepathy

Returning with a full-length studio album, Instrumentalepathy (after 2012’s Breakthrough), The Gaslamp Killer blesses us with something truly unique.

The new body of work serves as the first release on his freshly minted label Cuss Records and features the likes of Miguel Atwood-Ferguson, Gonjasufi, Mophono, Amir Yaghmai, The Heliocentrics, Kid Moxie and Niki Randa. 150 more words


Day to Day

Horror Pop’s Choice: Day to Day by Sarathy Korwar

Release date: July 8, 2016

Label: Ninja Tune

Horror Pop Rating: 8 of 10

Styles: Tribal music, Avant-garde, Improvisation, World music, Jazz, Experimental pop, Electronic, Pop, World fusion, Jazz fusion, Contemporary jazz, African traditions, Indian Subcontinent traditions, East African traditions, Experimental electronic, Experimental rock, Free jazz

Available on  Spotify

Horror Pop's Choice

SWIT's Long Player of the Week: Guazuncho - Cazadores

Guazuncho – Cazadores


01 Alazán 00:00
02 X las calles 02:37
03 ¿Quién podría saber? 07:56
04 Luna austral 13:41
05 ¿Por qué tienen que discutir?  9 more words


Cake - Showroom of Compassion (2011)

Like going to a class reunion – most people are different, some are very much the same.  Same haircut, same way of speaking, same sense of humor; maybe a bit of a gut now but otherwise exactly how you remembered them.  966 more words

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toyGuitar - Move Like A Ghost

toyGuitar – Move Like A Ghost
Fat Wreck Chords (2016)

I love toyGuitar frontman Jack Dalrymple; from his fuzzy, indie-punk guitar riffs and old-fashioned ’70s crooner rasp, to his perfect long hair and denim jacket, San Francisco swagger. 305 more words