So much good music came out in 1984 it was hard to keep track of it all. One record that touched my life maybe more than any other was The Cult’s Dreamtime. In my book, this might be the best album the band ever created – all of the elements
We back with another DRUG LUST feature! This time we are premiering one of their brand new tunes called “Acid Hound” and it’s a rumbling one-minute punch in the brain…I just can not get enough of their vocalist, his delivery gets me every time! We are also sharing with you
Some of the biggest punk shows during the 80’s were held at the Olympic Auditorium in Santa Monica, CA and were promoted by Goldenvoice. On the flipside, the Family, which was the Circle One crew, put on rad shows out in Pico Rivera at the Roller Rink. When I think
EYEHATE-Fucking-GOD just destroyed St. Vitus Bar in Brooklyn for two nights straight, and you can peep the damage right here and now! CVLT Nation salutes PIT FULL OF SHIT for capturing the sludged-out sonic ruckus!
The year was 1985, and England was putting out bands that me and my homies just could not get enough of…we would go to Rough Trade in San Francisco and stare at records for hours. On one of our weirdo journeys to the record store, I picked up the 7 inch called Upside Down by a new band from Glasgow called The Jesus & Mary Chain.