Dedes
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07.10.24 It's hot.05.08.24 what it means to me
04.19.24 Gimme nocturnal recs03.28.24 DEDES TOP 50-CORE OF IT ALL
03.18.24 DEDES TOP 50 BM-this time, with passion 03.04.24 DEDES TOP 50 DM ALBUM EVAH
01.14.24 The Year of Dedes 10.01.23 Whiskey and Music
08.24.23 Lookit07.31.23 One Piece and good jams
06.19.23 Break/Breakcore recs plx04.10.23 2k? 2k.
03.09.23 Oh how long it's been10.30.22 HAPPY HALLOWEEN LOSERS
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One Piece and good jams

Finally finished Naruto and Shippuden and decided that Boruto was probably too dogass to be worthwhile now i'm on One Piece an uhhh it's actually p good! Luffy's voice had me a bit pissed initially but I overcame that hurdle fast and i'm already surprised at how much i've grown to love the goofy ass action sequences and genuine upbeat nature of the show. Idk what the point of this list was but here's some shit i've been diggin big.
1Musk Ox
Woodfall


This is a weighty record for sure but imo every minute is so crisp and clear and calculated that it becomes a surprisingly light and elegant listen. Started jamming this when I was alone for a bit at a local state park and it really helped me absorb myself into the local beauties I take for granted. People seem absorbed in discovering new parks or cities but they tend to neglect the nature that surrounds them imo. PA can be goddamn beautiful if gently rolling hills and woodlands are your thing.
2Sigh
Imaginary Sonicscape


I'm glad I could appreciate this more than I did say 5 or 6 years ago. It hardly adheres to genre convention and yet I think it stays the antithesis of experimental-Sigh just love tossing everything fun and metal-esque into a blender and if that's a concoction of psychedelic, classic rock, OG metal and black metal then like why the fuck not???
3Johnny Booth
Moments Elsewhere


The singles had me surprisingly lukewarm coming into this but mannnn coming to the full album did this shit go beyond what I ever new Johnny Booth could do. The heavy's are heavier, the hooks hook harder and the overall level of dynamics between simple DJUN DJUN style riffing and near mathcore like segments combined with southern-fried Norma Jean style grooving is friggin monstrous. Full-Tilt so far for SOTY.
4Fleshwater
We're Not Here To Be Loved


Idk how to avoid Deftones comparisons so uhhhh yeah this is Deftones but not Deftones but it is good and stuff
5Kittie
Spit


Lol I heard a friend playing this on the way to Dorney Park this week and I thought it sounded like nu-metal Code Orange but actually good. Take that as you may. Spit t/t rips way harder than a hardcore/nu-metal track has outside of Vein.
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