Author: Graham Wall

INFP / undergraduate sociology student / meandering blogger and eclectic music-maker / all is vanity without God

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January 3, 2017

The Best of 2016: Graham Wall

1. Showbread “Showbread is Showdead”

How couldn’t I include my favorite Raw Rock band on this list? It’s sad that this is the final Showbread album, but I don’t think they could have ended their legacy any better. I didn’t think very highly of the last two albums, but “Showbread is Showdead” had me reminiscing on the good days of “Nihilism”. Continued →

December 23, 2016

Descendantz - Undeniable

Earlier this month, Rapzilla premiered Descendantz’ music video for “Undeniable.” For those unfamiliar with this classic group, its members include Eddie Nigma, DJ Morph, and ELPro. Erick Dayz, Datin, and Selah the Corner join the crew to showcase their skills on the track. Continued →

December 21, 2016

REVIEW : Trip Lee - The Waiting Room

“The Waiting Room” is Trip Lee’s sixth project. As mentioned in this article from Fuse, this is not a proper album per se, hence it being deemed a ‘mixtape.’ Such a term is one of ambiguity, as it can refer to an album with blending and scratching, where the songs flow together, while it can also refer to an album with non-cleared samples and stolen beats from bourgeois producers or beat makers. Continued →

SCORE: 3 / 5   |   READ THE REVIEW

November 25, 2016

Joshua Porter (of Showbread) Has a New Band

Recently on Twitter, Joshua Porter not only announced that he is in a new band called Church of Agony, but that they have already released a short Christmas EP entitled O Come, All Ye Faithful. The EP includes new wave renditions of the following Christmas classics: “O Come, All Ye Faithful,” “O Holy Night,” and “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas.” You can stream it or download it for $3 on Bandcamp; you can also follow them on Twitter. Continued →

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October 21, 2016

Sho Baraka Shares "The Narrative"

Sho Baraka’s fourth album “The Narrative” is now available and can be downloaded for free at Humble Beast’s website. The CD can also be purchased at their web store. Those already familiar with Sho’s work will be aware that this is his first contribution to the record label, and it certainly looks like a promising release. Continued →