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EOT 346- New Years Special with Pack Career Chats

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Wolf Pack Career Chats Podcast with Marcy Bullock –https://soundcloud.com/user-738690383

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Weekly Charts

Daytime Charts 1/18

#ArtistAlbumLabel
1NARROW HEADSatisfactionRun For Cover
2PARQUET COURTSSympathy For LifeRough Trade
3CIVICFuture ForecastFlightless
4BLACK MARBLEFast IdolSacred Bones
5LAND OF TALKCalming Night Partner [EP]Saddle Creek
6JPEGMAFIALP!EQT
7TYLER THE CREATORCALL ME IF YOU GET LOSTColumbia
8BUTCHER BROWNEncore [EP]Concord Jazz
9LAVA LA RUEButter-fly [EP]Marathon
10LIILYTV Or Not TVFlush
11MARKEE STEELEVet & A Rook [EP]Thee Marquee
12EVIDENCEUnlearning Vol. 1Rhymesayers
13LITTLE SIMZSometimes I Might Be IntrovertAGE 101
14MCKINLEY DIXONFor My Mama And Anyone Who Look Like HerSpacebomb
15NATION OF LANGUAGEA Way ForwardPlay It Again Sam
16ZEBRA KATZLess Is MoorZFK
173AMSOUNDIt Gets Dark SometimesSelf-Released
18CAKES DA KILLA, PROPER VILLAINSMuvaland Vol. 2 [EP]Warner
19HIATUS KAIYOTEMood ValiantBrainfeeder/Ninja Tune
20ILLISMFamily Over EverythingThe CRWN
21NATIVESON 91Come Back DownInner Tribe
22PLANET GIZADon’t Throw Rocks At The Moon [EP]Self-Released
23SEEYOUSOONHZLIKEHELLSelf-Released
24SHYGIRL“Cleo” [Single]Because
25SPRINTS“Swimming” [Single]Nice Swan
26ST PANTHERThese Days [EP]Nice Life/How So
27TOM MISCH AND YUSSEF DAYESWhat Kinda MusicBlue Note
28WESLEY JOSEPHUltramarineEEVILTWINN/Transgressive
29BROCKHAMPTONROADRUNNER: NEW LIGHT, NEW MACHINEQuestion Everything/RCA
30FREDDIE GIBBS AND MADLIBBandanaKeep Cool/RCA

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#ArtistAlbumLabel
1SEEYOUSOONHZLIKEHELLSelf-Released
2VTSS“For Your Saftey” [Single]Technicolour
3FREDDIE GIBBS“Black Illuminati (feat. Jadakiss)” [Single]ESGN
4BLOODY KEEPs/tGrime Stone
5TAI MYSTIQUE“Toxic” [Single]M&I
6AUNT VICKILove In The DarkSelf-Released
7DIRTY ART CLUBFuture-Zine [EP]Self-Released
8TODD W EMMMERTYet Another Intrusive Parallel RealitySelf-Released
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Afterhours Charts 1/19

#ArtistAlbumLabel
1MACHINEDRUMPsyconia [EP]Ninja Tune
2CFCFMemorylandSelf-Released
3FJAAKSYS03 [EP]Self-Released
4JULESDelta Ajax [EP]Happy Life
5JURALOVE“Pepa” [Single]Noire & Blanche
6PIXEL GRIPArenaFeeltrip
7SOFIA KOURTESISFresia Magdalena [EP]Technicolour
8LSDXOXODedicated 2 Disrespect [EP]XL
9AMON TOBINHow Do You LiveNomark
10NEGGY GEMMY“Utopia” [Single]100% Electronica
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In The Heights Musical Discussion: Ft Ela Perez (Part 2)

In The Heights, by Lin-Manuel Miranda, is a musical that’s hit close to home for me and my fiance Ela Perez. We both fell in love with the movie for it’s relatable characters, cultural themes, comedy, memorable music, and it’s sense of community. In this podcast, we discuss each song in depth and give our personal connections to the story.


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Chainsaw Charts 1/11

#ArtistAlbumLabel
1FORTRESSDon’t Spare The WickedSelf-Released
2RUNDGARDStronghold Of Majestic RuinsSignal Rex
3ANTI RITUALExpel The LeechesIndisciplinarian
4DHYANABhaisajyaguru [EP]Self-Released
5CARCASSTorn ArteriesNuclear Blast
6ANTICHRIST SIEGE MACHINEPurifying BladeProfound Lore
7BLOODY KEEPBloody Horror [EP]Grime Stone
8PREDICTOR…thus spoke death [EP]Iron Bonehead
9ZETARDevouring DarknessSpirit Coffin
10VENUS SYNDROMECannibal SarRockshots
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Afterhours Charts 1/11

#ArtistAlbumLabel
1ROSS FROM FRIENDSTreadBrainfeeder
2CFCFMemorylandSelf-Released
3LSDXOXODedicated 2 Disrespect [EP]XL
4DAWN RICHARDSecond LineMerge
5DOSS4 New Hit Songs [EP]LuckyMe
6KEDR LIVANSKIYLiminal Soul2MR
7JULESDelta Ajax [EP]Happy Life
8LOGIC1000“You’ve Got the Whole Night to Go” [Single]Because
9LEON VYNEHALLRare, ForeverNinja Tune
10SMERZBelieverXL/Beggars Group
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Daytime Charts 1/11

#ArtistAlbumLabel
1NARROW HEADSatisfactionRun For Cover
2BLACK MARBLEFast IdolSacred Bones
3CIVICFuture ForecastFlightless
4PARQUET COURTSSympathy For LifeRough Trade
5LAND OF TALKCalming Night Partner [EP]Saddle Creek
6LIILYTV Or Not TVFlush
7LITTLE SIMZSometimes I Might Be IntrovertAGE 101
8TYLER THE CREATORCALL ME IF YOU GET LOSTColumbia
93AMSOUNDIt Gets Dark SometimesSelf-Released
10CLOAKROOM“Fear of Being Fixed” [Single]Relapse
11EVIDENCEUnlearning Vol. 1Rhymesayers
12JPEGMAFIALP!EQT
13SERENA ISIOMASensitive [EP]Fashionably Early
14ZEBRA KATZLess Is MoorZFK
15NATION OF LANGUAGEA Way ForwardPlay It Again Sam
16JIMMY EDGARCheetah BendInnovative Leisure
17PESSYou Can Make Hamburger Yourself [EP]Aagoo
18FLYING LOTUSYasukeWarp
19SPRINTS“Swimming” [Single]Nice Swan
20VINCE STAPLESVince StaplesBlacksmith/Motown
21ANUSHKAYemayaTru Thoughts
22BUTCHER BROWNEncore [EP]Concord Jazz
23HOVVDYTrue LoveGrand Jury
24JAPANESE BREAKFASTJubileeDead Oceans/Secretly Group
25LAVA LA RUEButter-fly [EP]Marathon
26MCKINLEY DIXONFor My Mama And Anyone Who Look Like HerSpacebomb
27NATIVESON 91Come Back DownInner Tribe
28PINK SIIFU AND FLY ANAKIN$mokebreakLex
29PLANET GIZADon’t Throw Rocks At The Moon [EP]Self-Released
30TOM MISCH AND YUSSEF DAYESWhat Kinda MusicBlue Note
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Lalic Interview (From World College Radio Day Live stream 10/1)

Prolific Melbourne Indie Artist Lalic Sits down with Hermajesty over zoom to discuss their creative output, the changes in their music since they have been making it in their bedroom as a twelve year old, and the progress of the Trans and Wider LGBT+ Community in Melbourne.

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Big Greg Interview

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Circle Jerks Concert Review

The chance to see Circle Jerks in 2021 felt like a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, let alone seeing them with Negative Approach and Municipal Waste at a venue like Cat’s Cradle. The sold-out show was easily one of the best of the year for me, and believe me, it had some tough competition.

Negative Approach

As soon as singer John Brannon took the stage, I knew what this set was going to be like; loud, aggressive, and everything you would expect from a legendary hardcore punk band such as Negative Approach. The nonstop set was accompanied by the start of a mosh pit, though it seemed the venue was not at capacity at this point, and the pit was nowhere near as large as it would grow to by the end of the night. Despite the seemingly smaller crowd, the band was on fire, with Brannon’s ferocious vocals on classics such as “Evacuate” and “Hypocrite” standing out.

Municipal Waste

Seeing Municipal Waste on this billing took me by surprise, but I am certainly not complaining as I’d been waiting for a chance to see the Richmond-based thrashers. They did not disappoint in the slightest, going straight into the rapid fire riffs and short songs the band is known for. A mosh pit opened like the parting of the red sea next to me and eventually led to a circle pit around a support beam in the middle of the room (a suggestion from singer Tony Foresta). The standout moment of the set was “Wave of Death ” in which Foresta commanded us in the crowd to crowd-surf a kid who couldn’t have been more than 12 years old for the entire song. Though material from their debut album has been absent from their recent sets, the band broke out “Substitute Creature” (with guitarist Ryan Waste sharing vocal duties) at the request of members of the crowd. The set finished off with a wholesome dedication to Foresta’s family, who apparently had been able to see the band perform only a handful of times over their 20-year span.

Circle Jerks

I want to preface this by saying that Circle Jerks started in 1979, and Keith Morris sounds the exact same as he did then. While the stage show may not have been as energetic as they were 40 years ago, I’m more than willing to let that slide given just how great they sounded after such a long time playing together. The Jerks started off with “Deny Everything” the opening track to their debut album Group Sex, and throughout the night performed the whole album with the exception of the title track. The pit for the Jerks was shockingly intense, and I quickly jumped in when my personal favorite song, “Stars and Stripes” was played 4 songs into the set. The 33 song long setlist was broken up by breaks where Morris talked to the crowd, making jokes and some comments about the Tar Heels, before usually being cut short by the rest of the band continuing with the show. The band finished out their set with an encore featuring classics “What’s Your Problem” and “Question Authority” to a cheering crowd.

I’m incredibly grateful that Cat’s Cradle was able to arrange having me as a press guest for this show, and I really cannot put into words how incredible the night was. Not only were the performances stellar, but I also got to meet some new friends in the punk community, which is personally one of the best things about shows finally being back after so long.

-Ezra Kinsch