Tag Archive: Urban Waste

Reviews For The Week of August 15th

A 1965 performance of Naima by John Coltrane.   Antidote Thou Shalt Not Kill 7″ Bridge 9 Records Along with Infest, when I got into hardcore there wasn’t another band talked about in such mysterious and hushed tones as Antidote. The record was expensive, but the music was great. There was a bootleg 12″ of it with other early NYC eps (Cause For Alarm, The Abused and either The Mob or Urban Waste), but for most people, this was a record to get on tape, which I had a really nice dub from a virtually mint copy in 1997. Obviously,…
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Signifying Nothing Episode Twenty Three

Signifying Nothing Episode Twenty Three Playlist Dead Kennedys-We’ve Got A Bigger Problem Now The Snobs-Take Your Side No Tolerance-Pay The Cost Framtid-Stay Against Agnostic Front-Your Mistake Urban Waste-Reject Judge-Forget This Time Battalion of Saints-Modern Day Hero Breathing Fire-Gates of Ivory Suicidal Tendencies-Won’t Fall In Love Today Black Flag-Can’t Decide TSOL-Property is Theft

Top 100 Of The Eighties: Confuse-Nuclear Addicts Flexi

Confuse Nuclear Addicts Flexi Blue Jag Records 1984 I don’t know much about Confuse, but I do know that this record shreds. Nuclear Addicts has a buzz saw, noisy feeling ala Urban Waste and other bands of that nature. Here is an mp3 of The End. These songs are posted for sample purposes. I post them so that people can be turned on to cool music and hopefully return the favor for someone else. Each mp3 will be up for one week and then will be taken down. please support the bands and labels by buying these records and checking…
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Fit For Abuse

This interview was originally in Parade Brigade #3. Thanks to Scooter Kane for originally hooking me up with Matt Kelly to do this. * What is going on with Fit For Abuse? I heard you are doing a record with My War Records? We’re starting the recording process on Wednesday March 7th, which will be released on My War Records, yeah. It’ll be a 12” 45 rpm type thing with about fourteen songs (none of which were on the 7”). We’ll probably end up finishing up in late April or early May when Pat and I get back from tour.…
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