Thursday, December 27, 2012


After over 100,000 hits and over 50,000 downloads Mediafire has finally shut down my account.

I will still make my eL Stinkeyes mixes available to anyone who is interested. Just contact me through this blog.

Thank you for the attention

Sunday, November 4, 2012

eXCLUSIVE - eL Stinkeyes - BrOwn AcId mIx vOL. 4 - "lA hiStOriA dE AmOr" (2012)

The art of the Latin American ballads and boleros is almost unrivaled in its strength and emotion. These are just "awful" songs of love and longing. To me the irony comes from the fact that in the land of "Machismo" there are these boys cranking out the most pussy whipped music to exist. I mean, talk about your ultimate break up mix tape you listened to in high school. This newest Brown Acid installation highlights on those vintage psychedelic sounds of said boleros and ballads and also some slow jams as well. Reverberated vocals, twangy guitar licks, warm farfisas, phantom fuzzes, and some strut-worthy basslines.

Now take your left hand and hold your heart and with your right hand clench the air in front of your face. Then proceed to shake that right fist to the lyrics.

1.) Rodolfo - Como Deseo Ser Tu Amor
2.) Ana y Jaime - A Veces Quisiera Ser Ciego
3.) Os Brasas - Beija Mi Agora 
4.) Freddy Fender - Como un Errante
5.) Los Angeles Negros - Como Quisiera Decirte
6.) Los Pasteles Verdes - No Te Das Quenta
7.) Sandro - Dame
8.) Ana y Jaime - Historia de Amor
9.) Rodolfo - Te Quiero y Que
10.) Los Angeles Negros - Murio La Flor
11.) Os Brasas - Meu Eterno Amor
12.) Rodolfo - Buscando Amor
13.) Sandro - Palabras Viejas
14.) Los Angeles Negros - Amor Por Ti
15.) Rodolfo - Incertidumbre
16.) Ana y Jaime - Cafe y Petroleo
17.) Sandro - Trigal
18.) Chico Buarque & Ennio Morricone - Lei no, Lei Sta Ballando
19.) Freddy Fender - Desde Que Conosco
20.) Los Apsons - Dime Por Que

Sunday, October 14, 2012

Rodriguez - Coming From Reality (1971)

Second attempt to post some of the man's work. Last one got shut down. Here's his second and final LP. 

Xibalba - Hasta La Muerte (2012)

Xibalba is the name of the ancient Mayan underworld that loosely translate to "place of fear." This is some heavy shit right here. In a nutshell, to me, a sludgy, doomy version of Pantera.

Saturday, October 13, 2012

Funkadelic - Maggot Brain (1971)

One of my favorite styles of music is the amalgamation of psychedelic era sounds with the soul and strength of the black power movement. Jimi Hendrix's Band of Gypsies blew my young mind. Miles Davis' Bitches Brew and Live Evil was sold to me as "Black Panther's on Acid." Maggot Brain is up there in the catalog as well. 

400 Blows - Black Rainbow (2003)

Just saw Big Business this week and the word from guitarist Scott Martin, who moonlighted in 400 Blows, the band is no more. So in honor of this news, here's their first album.

Lee Hazlewood - Requiem for an Almost Lady (1971)

This is just killer. Lee keeps it real like no other in the biz and makes the term "Fuck that bitch!" sound so eloquent and melodic.

Saturday, July 7, 2012

Scorpions - Fly To The Rainbow (1974)

Ok, forget "Winds of Change." Forget "Rock You Like A Hurricane." This is before all that bubblegum nonsense. This is when they were just young fearless European kinder. Long-winded prog rock suites into rock riffdom.

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Circle - Katapult (2007)

Circle is usually hard to pin down. Every album these fine Fins produce finds the lads exploring some new, exciting sounds that pre-existed only in their heads at one time. What gets me is that when I first heard this record I thought it was some long lost proto-metal soundtrack-esque gem. 

Sunday, June 10, 2012

Muddy Waters - After The Rain (1969)

In memoriam of Mr. Pete Cosey. Pete was session guitarist for Chess Records, blazing up R&B albums, before being drafted into Miles Davis' electric band in the early 70's. 

This one here is a pretty gnarly blues record with some serious fuzzy guitar work. Very Hendrix like guitar voicings, meaning non-guitar guitar noises, and at same time very individualistic because even though this is 1969, he's been doing this before Jimi Hendrix started his solo career.

Thursday, June 7, 2012

eXCLUSIVE - eL Stinkeyes - Brown Acid Mix Vol. 3 - "eL verAnO sUdOrOsO" (2012)

You might have been wondering where I've been these past months. I've been wondering what this giraffe/donkey baby is gonna look like. Fair enough?


Well, how about this? Heavy start on the chicha into psychedelic latin heat, and some good old fashioned latino beat mix. Forgive me if I'm lacking certain information about these artist. These hard drives and stuffed to the nines with files that shuffled around.


1.) Los Mirlos - El Tingotero 
2.) Popi y Su Piranas - Lamento
3.) Los Pakines - Crema de Cerezas
4.) Los Destellos - La Aranita
5.) Los Mirlos - Cumbia y Guitarra
6.) Grupo Impacto - La Farra
7.) Los Mirlos - Lamento En La Selva
8.) Afrosound - Platico Chino Chino
9.) Los Destellos - Azuquito (Great cover of "It Hurts To Say Goodbye.")
10.) Manzanita y Su Conjunto - Asi Asi Asi
11.) Eusebio y Su Banjo - Psicosis
12.) El Timba - Descarga Bontempi
13.) Los Chikicaka - Musica Mulata
14.) Los Comandos - Mas de Ti
15.) Los Belkings - Sinfonia Para Una Manana
16.) Los Pasteles Verdes - Angelito Negros
17.) Los Saicos - Come On
18.) Los Apson - Dime Por Que
19.) Leo Dan - Yo Se Que No Es Feliz

Sunday, April 15, 2012

Patrice O' Neal - Mr. P (2012)

No music here folks, just straight jokes. Imagine if Bill Hicks was a black pimp..... The comedy world really took a hit by losing this man last year.

Saturday, January 21, 2012

Delta Swamp Rock: Sounds FromThe South (2011)

Here's a good stretch from Soul Jazz Records. A compilation of old soulful southern rock jams.

Loincloth - Demo (2003)

This is what's blowing my mind these days. Loincloth is a uber-heavy mathy prog instrumental monolithic sludgefest. I know alot of those adjectives can scare and/or bore people instantly but what sets these dudes apart from the grade is they've somehow taken all the best elements of these genres and made something amazing. So, in honor of their recent signing and LP release with Southern Lord, here's their first recorded demo from 2003. 

Tuesday, January 10, 2012

eXCLUSIVE - eL Stinkeyes - "Soundtrack to 2011" (2012)

This pretty much sums up my year : All over the place. Thank you Senor '11. You're were a good one.


1.) Allesandro Allesandroni - Aliante Giallo
2.) The Equals - Police On My Back
3.) Fe 59 - Estoy Brillando
4.) Waylon Jennings - Big D
5.) Thin Lizzy - Gonna Creep Up On You
6.) AKA - Do What You Like
7.) Damon - Don't You Feel Me
8.) Vanilla Fudge - You Keep Me Hanging On
9.) Jimmy Fontana - A Te
10.) Los Angeles Negros - Aplaude Mi Final
11.) Rodolfo - La Nave Del Olivado
12.) Ennio Morricone - Via Via Malinconia
13.) Nino Nadini - Tropicalia
14.) Libra - The Shock
15.) Umberto - Widow Of The Web
16.) Bernard Fevre - Dali
17.) Raaja, Gansesh, Hamsaleka - Vikram, Vikram
18.) Stelvio Cipriani - Mark Il Poliziotto
19.) Ahmad Zahir - Instrumental
20.) James Brown - Since You've Been Gone
21.) Ghostface Killah/Ghostfunk - Breakthrough Kids


Sunday, January 1, 2012

eXCLUSIVE - eL Stinkeyes - "Girls on Yachts Mix" (2011)

Yacht Rock is primarily a male dominated genre and it took me a minute and some homework to create, in my opinion, "the first" all female (Sir Elton John doesn't count) Yacht Rock Mix. If you don't understand what Yacht Rock is, in a nutshell, it's the soft, funky and smoothly produced rock/pop of the seventies. Steely Dan is a textbook example but fuck those guys right now. It's all about the ladies in 2012.


1.) Carly Simon - You Belong To Me
2.) Roberta Flack - Where Is The Love
3.) Renee Bayer - I Really Love You
4.) Carole King - I Feel The Earth Move
5.) Captain & Tennille - Love Will Keep Us Together
6.) Kiki Dee & Elton John - Don't go Breaking My Heart
7.) Heart - Straight On
8.) Linda Ronstadt - You're No Good
9.) Fleetwood Mac - Rhiannon
10.) Diana Ross - Love Hangover
11.)Roberta Flack - Feel Like Making Love
12.) Anita Baker -  Rhythm Of Love
13.) Patrice Rushen - Forget Me Nots
14.) Olivia Newton-John - Magic
15.) ABBA - I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do


Sandrider (2011)

I'm not in the business of breaking new bands but here's a modern group I just heard about on my most recent trip to Seattle. It had some of the dudes from Akimbo in it and it is some rocking shit. Fans of Big Business take note.

Todd Rundgren - Something/Anything? (1973)

James Brown - Motherlode (1988)

No explanation needed.

Orchestre Poly-Rythmo De Cotonou-Dahomey - The 1st Album (1973)

Happy New Year everybody. I'm gonna keep it short and start unloading zips on you guys. This one is funky and psychedelic. Dig it!