Music has always been a matter of energy to me, a question of fuel. Sentimental people call it inspiration, but what they really mean is fuel. I have always needed fuel. I am a serious consumer. On some nights I still believe that a car with the gas needle on empty can run about fifty more miles if you have the right music very loud on the radio.

Hunter S Thomspon

This site exists to alert the world to the fact that music doesn’t have to suck. That the word suck right in the title is merely a coincidence. The Crazy looking worm-like creatures adorning the site are lampreys. Yes, thats what they really look like. Lampreys live in the sea, but in the early 20th century traveled inland through artificial canals. Once they reached freshwater rivers and lakes they had no natural enemies and began feasting madly on the blood of native fish.

The battle against these creatures has developed some interesting agents. Lampricides, which are toxicants harmful only to lampreys, and the use of pheromones to try and sterilize the males.

Why the long fish ramble? We don’t need to tell you how much corporate music sucks. This is nothing new. It’s the invasive species of radio. A huge, jawless, toothed, funnel-like sucking mouth. It’s destroyed not only music, but the minds forced to grow up with it. We like to think of this site as a sort of lampricide for the commercialized, ad supported, formulaic, auto-tuned, soulless, safe, boring bullshit world of popular music.

The music industry has been crying for years about how file sharing has cut into their profits and sales are down. We all know this has nothing to do with downloading music, and everything to do with people realizing how bad the majority of this music is, how they’ve been programmed to think is good by sheer repetition. The bit stream music pirates ain’t the cause.

There is an alternative.
You don’t have to find it here, but you do have to find it.