Issue twelve. January 1st 2012

Culture is not your friend!

Issue twelve. January 1st. 2012

The years are represented by numbers, and through the celebration of the updating of the number 2011 into a newer, shinier and essentially bigger number – 2012, Culture is Not Your Friend! is happy to present another issue of music reviews. Seeing the long hard road in which things go, the coming 2012 will lead us into further contrast between the fellowship, understanding and open mindedness that we (well, most of us, I hope) share between us and those we know and call friends, and amount of scorn and abuse we get from those who are above us. No wonder we keep hoping, even if subconsciously, for this world to end, and every once in a while we come to a number that symbolize this end. When the date to this Armageddon passes, it immediately loses all the power it had to it. We should have this final day, this trumpeting of endtimes. We well deserve it as a specie, and like serial killers who lead the police to catch them (or else their actions have no meaning), we know this and welcome the judgment. This is done out of sense of justice. This is done out of the exhausting of our existence. This is done out of boredom.

Alexandre St-Onge / Pier-Emmanuel Tremblay – Split
Blueneck – Repeatitions
His Electro Blue Voice – Dead Sons
Thisquietarmy – Resurgence
Zavier Krall – 4 Grievances

We are soon offering an online winter compilation with wonderful artists and music. You will be able to listen to it in its entirety through the bandcamp website, and you can support us by purchasing it, so we can afford releasing our next compilation on physical copies as well.

Stay friendly. Even in the face of Armageddon.

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