On the 15th of May the Canadian gaze-rock quartet Hooded Fang will be releasing the LP Dynasty House.
From time to time the means by which you approach the pronunciation of the word regulates how you hear the music and if you are of approach to Dynasty as the enunciation ‘Dinerstee’ rather than the enunciation of ‘Dinnersti’ will perhaps elucidate how you interpret Nene Of Light – perhaps even more circumnavigated in my own instance as the the river Nene flowing through Cambridgeshire in England is not many miles away at its nearest point – affords me an even greater peculiarity and for that explanation alone explains precisely why musical experience is a singular one and that which one person revels within another rebels against.
Nene Of The Light I enjoy, for the elongation of consonant, as the music extends the soundscape like warm butter coating boiled potatoes, which others may find a consternation.
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Time is fast approaching the release of the LP Venus On Edge by the Canadian agit-rock quartet Hooded Fang – roll on the 13th.
Hooded Fang – Venus On Edge – artwork
Tempting audiences with the odd track here and there the latest to surface in advance of the album is Shallow.
Just over three minutes of irritated Cobra venom sprays across the room in a visceral rage over a world in which lacking substance is to be acceptably poised.
Turn up the volume and then force the speakers a little louder and the sound will reward you with an infectious tribal dance of pulsing percussion and bass which finds you skittering in to all bodies surrounding you in joyful abandon.
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The Canadian agit-rock quartet Hooded Fang are set to release the LP Venus On Edge on the 13th of May.
The first track to surface from the album Tunnel Vision tests both tweeter and sub-woofer as Hooded Fang cast an abstemious pall of cloud on a society in which all that counts is social media likes and shares, with the deepest pocket being the most pertinent.
The jolting diaphanous sounds reminds me of a hand pumping a heart in cardiac arrest as Hooded Fang split peas into fine pieces of tenuous membrane in a track which dismembers contextual inconsequential social malaise.
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