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  • I do my best thinking in the pool, so my mind feels sludgey.

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  • We were going to do a sludgey hardcore band called 'nøwhere.'

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  • We were going to do a sludgey hardcore band called "nøwhere".

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  • Israel's hiphop-centred vocals, sludgey opener 'Blinded' could almost pass for a Godflesh outtake, with Broaderick's signature brutal guitar churn getting taken out into a chatteringly chaotic breakcore outro section that represents perhaps the one moment where Submerged really gets to flex some overt rhythmic muscle on this album.

    Cyclic Defrost

  • The titles in this series hearken back to their 2002 sludgey juggernaut Heavy Rocks, but with a dash of pop sensibility thrown in.

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  • King's X, and Motorhead RLoT is not pretty boy music, it is thick, sludgey, heavy in your face music.

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  • Together the 3-piece over 3 of the 4 long tracks find a sludgey groove, lock in and aim at the middle distance.

    The Line Of Best Fit

  • It's not that the band is so echoey or sludgey in it's sound, there just seems to be a vibe of laziness which some critics have called "relaxed" and which I personally refer to as "dull."

    Expecting Rain

  • down by the river where all the famous people are, huge stages float in the sludgey TN river, just waiting to be populated by stars you've either never heard about or don't give a damn for.* perhaps they were famous for ten minutes in the 1980s Taylor Dayne was here a year or two ago or perhaps they are country music B-listers whose agents are feeling vindictive.

    so the work day has turned out a little better than i feared...

  • More blooming snow last night – already turning to slush, but lying on top of the remains of the previous lot of snow, which is now semi-freddo slush, so at every step you don’t know whether you will come down on firm pavement or on slimey sludgey skiddy stuff.

    Archive 2009-02-01

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  • This should be a word

    October 13, 2015