So inconsistent is Bloodhound Gang’s sound that it defies genre labels completely. Sure, you could say this is a punk rock track, that one’s euro pop, that one is rap rock… but to suggest a genre that applies to the entire catalogue? Impossible. There is some connective tissues, however. They’re all obnoxiously catchy, typically humorous, … Continue reading 316: BLOODHOUND GANG
With a fusion of genres ranging from rap rock, to reggae, to nu metal, to punk, to ska and beyond, (hed) P.E. offer an exciting and eclectic sound, with every new album being an unpredictable adventure. With (hed) P.E. you can be thrust headfirst into a heavy-as-Hell riff-driven rap rock song, or punky wild rhythms, … Continue reading 137: (HED) PE
A powerful and uniquely political voice in the 90s alt rock landscape, and one of the biggest reunions this side of Led Zep, Rage Against The Machine are (as cliched as it sounds) a band that defined a generation.