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Matt Sessions

  1. Jacksonville, Florida
  2. Punk
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  1. Thanatomania
    by Von Nacht
    Arcane Torments Arcane Torments
    by MYAKKA
    Violence Violence
  3. Nothing Feels Natural
    by PRIESTS
    Nothing Feels Natural Nothing Feels Natural
  4. Vägra
    by Vägra
    Intro Intro
  5. FP005 - Side Dishes
    by Dillon & Paten Locke
    Break from Babylon feat. yU Break from Babylon feat. yU
  6. Elsie
    by Fox Academy
    goodbye my love goodbye my love
  7. TOUR TAPE 2016
  8. Final Exposure
    by Jackie Ransom
    The Angler The Angler
  9. Demo 2015
    by Kombat
    Washington D.C.'s current hardcore scene (known also as the 'New Wave of D.C. Hardcore') is undoubtedly one of the most visceral and exciting punk scenes in the United States right now, and this demo is a perfect example of why. Killer guitar leads and rapid succession vocal work makes this a whirlwind of brittle, abrasive riffs, a great throwback to 80's hardcore and one of the best demos in recent memory.
  10. Field II LP
    by Wiccans
    Invocation Invocation
    While both of Wiccans' releases are phenomenal, 'Field II' is my favorite of the two. Unabashedly abrasive, this record takes hardcore punk to the extreme with relentlessly aggressive vocal performances and psychedelic acid-soaked guitar passages taken straight out of The Stooges' playbook. This is one unforgettable wild ride of a record.
  11. Songs From Upstairs II
    by Sleeping Pills
    Songs From Upstairs II Songs From Upstairs II
    While Popnihil never disappoints, this is one of my favorites of their releases. A killer post-punk tape with top-notch guitar playing and fantastic vocal performances. A fantastic listen for any fan of post-punk or garage rock. Highly recommended!
  12. The First Tape (Practice Demos)
    by Badge Collector
    Police Story (Black Flag) Police Story (Black Flag)
    Killer demo for any fans of hardcore punk. Distorted and chaotic, this tape makes me want to rail against the police state every time I hear it. Also, the cover of Black Flag's "Police Story" is phenomenal.
  13. DEMO
    by G.L.O.S.S.
    G.L.O.S.S. (We're From The Future) G.L.O.S.S. (We're From The Future)
    G.L.O.S.S. is undoubtedly one of the most distinguished and important hardcore bands of this decade. The grinding, unstoppable guitar riffs, the tortured screamed vocals, the pummeling drums, and most importantly, the totally badass and completely necessary lyricism. There's no question G.L.O.S.S. will go down in history as one of the greats of our generation, and it's honestly hard for me to pick a favorite track on this demo. This is not for the faint of heart - This is for the outcasts.
  14. Telefone
    by Noname
    Yesterday Yesterday
    One of the most beautiful and endearing hip-hop albums I've ever heard. The jazzy instrumentals and laid-back vocal deliveries add up to a very relaxing, yet splendidly intriguing listen, while the phenomenally creative and poetic lyrics juxtaposed with the gorgeous production makes for one of the most unique mixtapes of 2016.
  15. Grand Scheme
    by WØRSEN
    Sacred Hammer Sacred Hammer
    WØRSEN's 'Grand Scheme' is hands-down one of my favorite releases of 2016. A brutal and unforgiving grindcore/d-beat bombshell, this album doesn't give any breathing room. Phenomenal drumming, shredding guitars distorted beyond belief and totally ear-shattering, tortured vocals make this album an exercise in intensity that will not soon be forgotten. A must-listen for any fan of black metal, grindcore, d-beat or powerviolence!
  16. Pure Disgust
    by Pure Disgust
    Agents of the Machine Agents of the Machine
    DCHC at it's finest! Pure Disgust is one of my favorite hardcore bands in the scene right now and this LP is a perfect representation of why. Tight, fast riffs, polarizing and ruthless lyricism, and growly, unforgiving vocal performances make this album the worst enemy of the complacent.
  17. DD Owen
    by DD Owen
    Low Life Baby Low Life Baby
    Amazing lo-fi garage punk album with the grittiness and attitude of some mid-70's NYC punk rock (akin to Ramones). Dirty, nihilistic, and distorted - the way any great rock n' roll album should be.
  18. Mixtape
    by Ricky Eat Acid
    Skate 2 on Xbox 360 Skate 2 on Xbox 360
    My personal favorite experimental/electronic album from Ricky Eat Acid's bountiful discography. Super dreamy and creative beats and samples, layered in a way that is stunning and totally bizarre (in the best way)! If you aren't familiar, this is a side project of Sam Ray of Teen Suicide, and I've come to realize he is one of the most interesting, creative and emotional songwriters, vocalists, and, in this case, producers in the lo-fi music scene today.
  19. Anxiety Diet
    by Lacanthrope
    Witches Drown In Abandon Witches Drown In Abandon
    A phenomenally desolate and harsh droney noise tape. If you're a fan of noise, drone, or experimental music in general, check it out. Popnihil never disappoints!