FILTHY STILL: The Last Six Feet: CD

Sep 23, 2014

This is twangy, blue grass, country, folk punk with a fiddle, banjo, and washtub bass. I’m sure you know the style. Typically, this is the counterpart to the exception of rap when someone tells you they like “all kinds of music.” Though I’m still failing to see where the “punk” part comes into play. Don’t get me wrong; I’m not trying to exclude this type of audio venture, I just am unsure where it fits in with this zine. Most of the songs are about drinking? There’s a gruffness to the vocals? It’s DIY produced? I’m no expert on their scene but I’m just not convinced that songs about square dancing transfer to the pit well. Kudos to them all; they’re talented musicians and good at what they’re doing, but I don’t I get it. 

 –Kayla Greet (Farmageddon)

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