Hardcore is a culture and way of life as shown in this unrelenting 'Under the Influence' first episode by Noisey.
The first of many episodes released in 2015 from Noisey, looks into the influence of hardcore, demonstrating that it was and still is not only a genre but a state of mind that lives on today. 'Under the Influence: New York Hardcore' takes you from the concrete streets of the Lower East Side to crossing the globe to South Korea, in order to examine one of the most distinctive genres from New York City. The influence is captured with interviews from not only artists who helped give rise to the scene but the crowd that have been inspired to apply HC ideals into their own lives. This doc, narrated by Tim Armstrong, is authentic in its approach and will have you appreciating more than ever the power of hardcore and what it means to be part of it.
Only 27 minutes long and well worth the watch, the full episode is below.
This Sunday Sesh we are raising our glasses to the Winter Fiesta Sangria !
From its humble roots in Spain, Sangria has grown to become a popular, refreshing party drink around the world. Why the emphasis on Red Wine? Until modern times water was often unsafe to drink..
First play, it's okay, second, not bad at all, by the third play it's added to your favourites list and a go-to while driving down the highway on a hot summers day. Weezer's song 'Feels Like Summer' embodies the sound within the title and has a sick transformative video to support.