Reviews Tit Tit

Tit

Tit

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
Leave a comment

FDH

2014

7.0 / 10

7.0 / 10

Share this content
Recent reviews

Thom Yorke

Anima

9.0 / 10 Thom Yorke - Anima album cover

There’s a kind of anxious immediacy that bleeds through every song on Anima, Thom Yorke’s latest solo album. Normally this would signal a lack of cohesion or at the very ...

Mamiffer

The Brilliant Tabernacle

8.0 / 10 Mamiffer - The Brilliant Tabernacle album cover

Mamiffer was born in a field of darkness, a trajectory between the areas of dark ambient, downtempo and minimal music. The first days of Faith Coloccia and Aaron Turner reveled ...

Ceremony

In the Spirit World Now

9.0 / 10 Ceremony - In the Spirit World Now album cover

It’s fun to introduce old Ceremony to their new fans and hear comments like, “Wow, that guy must’ve worked out his anger issues”. It’s true that Ross Farrar’s lyrics have ...

Related news

Labels Volar Records update

Posted Dec. 19, 2014, 2:25 p.m.

Volar Records, out of San Diego has released two new vinyl items. 1) a 7" from Kansas City's Lazy, who are touring next month, and 2) a 12" from ...

x

Logo

Looking for the SPB logo? You can download it in a range of styles and colours here:

Click anywhere outside this dialog to close it, or press escape.