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So I’m a fan of The Hussy. People who read this site have (hopefully) picked up on that. Well, TIT is a two piece with Bobby Hussy and Shawn Foree of the more popular (but previously unheard by me) Digital Leather. Let’s just say that their 12” is an interesting record, and not what I expected.

Where I expected ballsy and rip-roarin’ rock, there’s instrumental and dronish noise. It’s still too hooky to be called drone, but it’s guitar and keys, repeating and meandering through feedback enough to keep interest and ambition without getting too pretentious or playful. There are just 3 songs here, 8:50 in total, and it’s hypnotic and spacey. Side A includes slow and deep vocals with a bit of a No Wave meets robot Krautrock thing going on, while “Drug Antenna,” on Side B is a spaced out session. If you like jammed out, feedback laden guitar-keyboard rock with an almost robotic rhythm, this is something to check out for sure. If you’re looking for pep and party, well, try the other releases from the same musicians.

7.0 / 10Loren
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