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Thursday, 9 August 2012

Dog Faced Hermans - Hum of Life [1993]

Who doesn't like to hear some experimental punk from time to time? I do and if you do here's a punk release    with heavy folk and jazz influences (even some noise), something in the vein of sonic youth given that both borrow much from the No Wave movement, the difference is that Dog Faced Hermans borrow more from the Louge Lizards and James Chance than Sonic Youth. The female vocalist also plays trumpet and the guitarist viola. The is like you would expect extremely weird and experimental punk with a strong jazzy feel.
This album in particular features their standard sound and it's awesome and I don't know what else to say, just download it wont bite you.


1 comment:

  1. This album is a gem. The musicianship exceeds the standard I've (happily) come to expect of post-punk without compromising the menacing energy innate to the genre. The production makes it all the better; it's emblematic of an aural sweet spot within the London style sound that's specific to the early nineties, so far as I've found. Studio nuance is applied without overstatement - a delicate mark to hit which, if managed, brings a complimentary vein of atmosphere to the recordings rather than disorienting "features". Sorry if that's too abstract to draw anything from - just listen to the album and intuit what I mean.


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