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Monuments in Ruin, Ch. 101

“Looking to get down? Let those tears flow with Monuments in Ruin’s heartbreak station 101! Sometimes a little music is all we need. Maybe it’s a form of escapism or maybe it’s the event that brings friends together. Either way, we can all agree it can be the tie that binds us. This week we dig a little deeper into the somber side. Cathartic, sad, rewarding, heavy.”
KTFT – Heavy Music For A Heavy World

(00:00) Monuments in Ruin 101 – Track List
(00:07) R.E.M. – World Leader Pretend
(04:15) Lenny Kravitz – Sister
(11:18) Led Zeppelin – No Quarter
(21:19) Queen – Bohemian Rhapsody
(27:10) Sufjan Stevens – Sister
(33:05) James Blackshaw – Fix
(38:19) Leonard Cohen – Chelsea Hotel No.2/Who By Fire
(43:51) Explosions in the Sky and David Wingo – Alone Time/Hello, Is This Your House?
(53:00) David Bowie – Memory of a Free Festival

Monuments in Ruin, Ch. 61

This week we soak in the psychedelic sounds of Mammatus, feel the earth shake from the atomic meltdown of Mogwai and glide across the heavy flood of Pelican. Instrumental jams meet the major icons for an accompaniment of lost heroes. Though this week holds a heartbeat for the delicate sounds, we will witness the heaviness of Light Bearer to take us through to the end. Chapter 61 is available to stream or download now.

Monuments in Ruin, Ch. 60

Let’s take a time machine to rock and roll 70’s style, tap into heavy psychedelia ala Argentina, tip the balance of jazz and fusion via Japan, launch a mellow rocket in search of the spacey vibes and wrap it all up with a brutal bookend. Click it or ticket tonight on TrendKill Radio! All systems are go!