Higamos Hogamos - Higamos Hogamos

2010-07-31 13:14:12 UTC
[ Lauderdale' and 'The Black Neon' ] in 2008 with a view to make open minded musical mayhem incorporating rock n roll, electronic experimentation, Kosmische, psychedelia and a chance to collaborate with musician friends. The incendiary guitar playing of Toby Jenkins [ Fort Lauderdale / Squire of Somerton ] featuring heavily on the much lauded debut, released by DC Recordings in Summer 2009. The abstract funk of forthcoming album " Atomized " is due for release later this year and features some mind blowing guitar work by new collaborator Andrew Robertson [ Truck ]. Dr Robertson has also enabled the distinctive Higamos wall of analogue electronic sound to enter the live arena in his development of boutique software 'B-Keeper' [ at the Centre for Digital Music research lab ] which enables a sequencer to respond and change tempo with the motorik yet funky rhythms of drummer Whetham Allpress. ~~~~~~~~~ ( A nice bright pink / yellow cover for you all. Krautrock for " CAN " ~ " Amon Düül II " ~ " Neu! " and the likes fans. Except that " Higamos Hogamos " is more on the pop side. Not much to praise here but still but still and OKAY LISTEN I guess. [ MySpace ] | [ Last.fm ] ). ~~~~~~~~~ Artist - Higamos Hogamos Album - Higamos Hogamos Release Date - 2009 Genre - Indie, Krautrock, Experimental, Indie-pop Tracklist 01 - Infinity Plus One 02 - Black Forest Gateaux 03 - The Future Hides Its Face 04 - Major Blitzkrieg 05 - Baby 06 - The Creeper 07 - Little Switch 08 - Moto Neurono 09 - Something Got A Hold Of Me 10 - The Illumanoids -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Higamos Hogamos - Higamos Hogamos -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Recommendations: Tortoise | Neu! | Gang Of Four | Popol Vuh | Cougar --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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