00:20 - Karlabos just need to let it in one fixed place and not be carrying it here and there like a pen drive
00:17 - Karlabos flac? that occupies a lot of space... you could try mp3 on dvds. it wouldn store as much as an hd but in case you lost it it would not be that much bad... i dunno. its easy not to break an external hd though, you just (wait 2 min)
00:13 - Karlabos Well CDs can get fungus and become unreadable. If you have so many I bet you have some with that problem already. But yeah, the amount of loss is far smaller, since it only fits an album on a cd. Do you store the files in wav or m
00:11 - tea[m]ster lol Karl, maybe I should stick to cds :)
00:10 - Karlabos Legend says that HD is safer than flash drive because the latter tends to experience issues with time and end up erasing content... But then again I also lost an external HD's content once too so...
00:09 - tea[m]ster When I was your age Tanner I had like 50 albums, very few CD's, most vinyl and cassette
That pretty much sums up Kylesa's Ultraviolet. In a world of generic and boring sludge bands that rely on the same rolling and rolling riffs that are overused again and again, Kylesa manages to do something totally off the beaten path. Be (somewhat) original.
This is good. Take your standard Savannah sludge release, and add a nice dose of acid. Boom, you've got Ultraviolet. The standard heavy-hitting, downtuned riffs that everyone loves are still as present as ever, the "air-drum on your van's steering wheel" drum fills and punk influenced beats are still in the mix. The "pleasantly" gruff female voice of Laura Pleasants* is still a charging force in the sound. So, by now you're probably wondering where the "(somewhat) original" comes in.