"BEWITCHED," BLOOD ON THE DANCE FLOOR | According to Wiki, the Jenga-bro crunkcore act from Orlando (no shit?) apparently "pulls from a wide variety of genres including electronica, alternative rock, post-hardcore, dubstep, pop, and hip-hop." Which is surprising, because I figured they pulled from their fluorescent-peacock-at-the-mall-piercing-kiosk anuses. This meandering synth-besmeared track, a charcuterie board of genre pâté (for the non-foodies: that's ground meat and fat minced into a spreadable paste), somehow manages to give crunkcore a bad name, something that's not very easy to do because it's already the worst genre in the history of genres.

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