Tag Archives: Matt Glassel

AUDIO: Tuvok Jr – “Chaos Cassingle”

In addition to playing in bands Peroxide and Delicious Monsters, Matt Glassel has got a myriad of solo projects where he explores different styles of music. Tuvok Jr is one such project, and this one finds him in leftfield techno and electronic territory. He’s got a new cassingle out with two tracks unearthed from years past that consist of anarchic

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AUDIO: Gorilla Knifefight – “THIS KNIFE WINS THE FIGHT!”

Duck Earnhardt closes 2022 with another Gorilla Knifefight tape. Hardcore punk is as fast and furious as ever here, balancing personal angst with societal angst through igniting riffs and a pounding drum machine. Earnhardt battles greedy capitalists and the Internet while also holding on tight for love and for his friends, ultimately prevailing. Gorilla Knifefight emerges victorious with “THIS KNIFE

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AUDIO: Gorilla Knifefight – “Anarchy Chess EP”

Matt Glassel’s hardcore punk project Gorilla Knifefight has a new EP out. It’s four songs, one of which “Fear Factor” we heard this summer released as a cassingle. Glassel is ready to kick ass and fight as he rocks about the bullshit that is the United States government. The dude’s got love in his heart and spreads it through anarchy

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AUDIO: Gorilla Knifefight – “An Ode To The Gorilla / An Ode To The Knife”

Duck Earnhardt, also known as Matt Glassel, released a two-track cassette this month dripping with ransom note, stenciled DIY aesthetic and amp-busting riffs pulled from the American hardcore wave of the early ‘80’s. A single maxed-out guitar blares an air raid siren noise over a simple drum machine track while Glassel belts out lyrics about awaking something primal in yourself.

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AUDIO: DUCK – “The “QUACK QUACK” Cassingle”

Matt Glassel’s latest endeavor is the solo garage punk project DUCK, and he’s out with his first release. These two tracks are about unnecessary world hunger and anxiety in social situations at bars. DUCK rips through anger and frustration with unrelenting riffage and empowering refrains in “QUACK QUACK.” Everything for everyone!

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AUDIO: Gorilla Knifefight – “Equality and Anarchy”

Solo hardcore punk project Gorilla Knifefight is back with a new track. Matt Glassel channels anti-war cries in rapid succession, expressing distaste for our warmongering government and how innocent people suffer at the hands of the state. But there’s no power like the power of the people, and Glassel assures that the people will rise up and win. Gorilla Knifefight

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VIDEO: Gorilla Knifefight – “Mark My Skin”

Solo punk project Gorilla Knifefight (Matt Glassel) has a music video out to their song “Mark My Skin.” It’s less than a minute long and makes its point loud and clear; the black-and-white video features Glassel receiving a stick and poke tattoo from good friend and bandmate Eliot Hess. The lyrics are displayed in Glassel’s distinct font as well (if

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AUDIO: Gorilla Knifefight – “Guerrilla Warfare”

Gorilla Knifefight is a solo punk project of Matt Glassel, who is known as the guitarist of Peroxide and as a boon to the Riverwest DIY scene through running the space Tsunami MKE (formerly Nausicaa). His new record is a lash-out about basic human rights being denied, Nazis being allowed space, life being too short to not be happy, and

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AUDIO: Jux – “Mutated by the Milwaukee River”

Matt Glassel has many personal projects, and the latest he’s released music from is Jux, where he plays with industrial electronics and experimental noise. It’s a song that tells the story of being mutated from a dip in the Milwaukee River. Grime’s in his blood and liquor’s in his liver. But he’s here to explain – don’t call the CDC.

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AUDIO: Scatterbrain – “Disoriented”

Matt Glassel has a plethora of projects under his belt whether it’s punk, noise, or an experimental mixture. His latest release is under Scatterbrain, where he experiments with tape loops and samples. The EP is presented as an exploration of his brain, as demonstrated by the cover art, where everything that makes Matt who he is takes up a piece

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