DN Releases Music Video For "Dan Boone Stomp"
Subversify publishes Colins article on the state of modern rock music!
Many of our readers may remember Subversifys interview with Decadent Nation, a lively progressive
rock group currently touring nationally and putting together a new mind bender album. What one
discovers when corresponding with the group is, they arent just a closely knit quartet of musicians,
they are extremely aware of the social/political climate and have a lot of strong opinions.
They have given volunteer performances for the Occupy Movement, a number of charities, and even took
their music to the upper middle class residential area of St. Louis, playing from a flatbed truck.
Recently, the group has been expressing a bit of unhappiness, not about politics, but about a fellow rock group; the Black Keys. This social transgressor has apparently dissed Led Zeppelin. When Subversify asked lead singer and song writer, Colin LaVaute, if it was possible to develop your own blusey hard rock style music, astonishingly similar to Led Zeppelins without having studied the artist, he responded with a statement so vivid, Subversify would like to publish it in its entirety.
Read it here.
DN BURNS PIANO, BEGINS WORK ON NEW ALBUMLike a pahoehoe river I sway
Making new ground as Im making my way
Destruction always breeds creation
Baptize me in holy waters of industry
Fill my pocket book lord, so I may believe
Every day I live, I deny this sheeps decree
They all baaing but they runnin way from me
Big Muddy water, wash yourself right over me
Lets show these folks, that they more here
Than fly over country