Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Chune - Nine Ways To Sunday


Label: Headhunter
Year: 1995

Nineties emo (a la Boys Life) meets nineties San Diego post hardcore (a la Drive Like Jehu). Chune were contemporaries of bands like Drive Like Jehu, Tanner, fluf, Boilermaker, and No Knife in the San Diego scene, they did a split with Garden Variety, they put out records on subsidiaries of Cargo, and they weren't afraid to let their songs "jam" a bit.
If you are of a certain age, or a big enough music nerd, then that is all you need to know.

DL

3 comments:

Stathis said...

Hi,

can you fix "Ed Hall" links?

Please, answer me.

Best Regards

Efstathiou Stathis

Gray said...

I will work on getting the Ed Hall records back up (that's what she said).

Keep posted.

We love drugs and stuff said...

Recently bought Burnt and Big hat, no cattle. You should encourage people to buy it as well. Its not cool when people leech on to mp3's and no physical format stuff they own. I been in the search for this 10" physical format. My guess is there long gone and no re presses were ever made

 
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