Author: Mr_Dodds

(Wednesday) Tuesday Time Machine: March 2014

Hello and welcome! Damn… haven’t missed a post here since last year, but it was SO, SO, NICE yesterday that I had to walk for about 3+ hours, and… well. In any case, for those reading my column for the first time, these monthly playlists which I’m re-visiting (and continuing to create) came about as

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Early Contender for God-Tier Eargasm of the Year: GERONIMO- Trippie Redd & Travis Barker featuring Chino Moreno

I’m not really sure where to start here, because if you had told me a year ago that I’d be reviewing a Trippie Redd song for Indie Pong, I’m not sure I’d have believed you. I’d like to be clear, this is 100% not fair to Mr. Redd or his music, because all I knew

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Tuesday Time Machine: February 2016

Hello and welcome! For those reading my column for the first time, these monthly playlists which I’m re-visiting (and continuing to create) came about as a result of an idea I had back in January of 2010: an idea that would see me create one 80 minute playlist a month. The reason for doing this

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2+2 Reviews: VOLA, Steven Wilson, Tribulation, and Mogwai

New Indie Pong Column! We’ve been scheming on putting together a collaborative Indie Pong column for awhile now, and this last week, we decided to bring 2+2 into the world. So, what is 2+2? Basically, this will be a bi-weekly column to highlight new offerings from the world of metal, prog, and post-rock music. For

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Tuesday Time Machine: February 2014

Hello and welcome! For those reading my column for the first time, these monthly playlists which I’m re-visiting (and continuing to create) came about as a result of an idea I had back in January of 2010: an idea that would see me create one 80 minute playlist a month. The reason for doing this

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Tuesday Time Machine: February 2012

Hello and welcome! For those reading my column for the first time, these monthly playlists which I’m re-visiting (and continuing to create) came about as a result of an idea I had back in January of 2010: an idea that would see me create one 80 minute playlist a month. The reason for doing this

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“Anhedonia”- Chelsea Wolfe & Emma Ruth Rundle

Off the bat: Wow… Like, “Wow, wow.” Here, I think Chelsea Wolfe and Emma Ruth Rundle may well have created the soundtrack to the earthiest and most elemental of summoning rituals. Something that takes place in the spookiest, most bleak bog, or backwoods known to man, right around 3 in the morning… A scene that

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