EP034: Trying to Stop My Blackness

Have you ever been to a concert where the music is so loud that it feels like it's pulsating through your veins? The howling becomes all-consuming, and for a moment, you're lifted out of yourself and into something bigger. Something transcendent. Almost like a revival. That's the power of music; it has the ability to transport us beyond ourselves—our worries, our doubts—and connect us with something greater than what we can see or hear. Loud music isn't just about drowning out our surroundings; it's about tapping into a force that moves within us. This time around, you will want to stay until the very end. Everyone likes surprises.

[Show title reference: “Hands Up” by Vince Staples]


  1. Zen Garden by Stine Janvin on Fake Synthetic Music (Self-releaed)
  2. Break
  3. Transcend \ Rot 9 \ .?.?.? ?\ Threshold \ Pandora Feedback \ Rot 3 \ .?.?. by Joe Colley on Deformation Of Tone (Total Black)
  4. Break
  5. Styx by Subp Yao, Luna on Flama (YUKU)
  6. Twin Dawns by Organs Obsolete on Organs Obsolete (Self-released)
  7. Shotgun by Lydia Lunch on Uncensored / Oral Fixation (Atavistic)
  8. Break
  9. Anaphase by MAW (Frank Meadows, Jessica Ackerley, Eli Wallace) on A Maneuver Within (Self-releaed)