Arguing With Everyone Vol. 5

Arguing Withe Everyone Vol. 5

Arguing With Everyone Volume Five

Geniferus – I Know
Tearjerker – Slip Away
Moon – The Fish, The Bird
Ghibli – Honest Effects
Teen Daze – Waves
Gobble Gobble – Boring Horror (Sundance Remix)
Cocaine Barbie – 5
Tech N9ne – Worldwide Choppers Ft. Yelawolf, Busta Rhymes, Twista, Ceza, JL B.Hood, Uso, D-Loc & Twisted Insane
MF Doom – Ballskin
Kimya Dawson & Aesop Rock – Delicate Cycle
Techromancer – Straight Flush
Sugarglider – Could’ve It Been Me? (Demo)
Oh No! Yoko – 90s Kids
Ketamines – Line by Line
Hooded Fang – Green River

53 minutes of ecstasy. There are songs for summer nights and summer days packed tightly in here. As always, I take no responsibility for anything the rappers say and I apologize if you are offended. I am offended almost every time I listen to rap. This mix is nuts though. I’ve been pumping it all week. Enjoy it, my friendliez.

An Eye on Wyrd: Ketamines – Spaced Out LP

This Friday Wyrd Fest hits Edmonton in its third incarnation. It’s at Dinwoodie Lounge on the U of A campus. Tickets are almost gone but I am told they are not sold out yet. They’re at Blackbyrd and Listen and online. This year’s line up looks like the best yet! Argue Job has compiled four of what Argue Job feels are the most noteworthy performers that haven’t yet touched down on this fine blog.

Ketamines is the reformation of a band I was obsessed with last year, Radians. Paul Lawton of Mammoth Cave heads up this outfit and also records all their stuff. He’s recorded a number of noteworthy bands and with such remarkable prowess that I would venture to call him the best producer of Rock & Roll in all of Alberta. That aside, Ketamines’ stuff is about as grimey as you can make a pop song before the arc of awesomeness trades it’s ascent for a steady descent into annoyingness. Basically, these dudes are making tripped out summer jams that are worthy of the title ‘weird’ without being worthy of the title ‘aggravating’. It’s this subtle grey line that Lawton dances so nimbly. His song writing style is so infuzed with energy I feel like I’m inside of an 80’s pepsi commercial. This stuff has subconsciously suggestive ice formations all over the outside of it’s cold refreshing perspiring-tin-can motif! So get yr shadez yall. This shit is hot/cold/refreshing! And it’s only two tracks deep so far! This full length doesn’t even drop until July, babiez!! Keep it strapped.

Wyrd III Official Webpage