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The reason I bring this up is that Holy F***(Should I use the asterisks bearing in mind their name is emblazoned all over the top of the page?) use two drummers and it shows. Even better than that it makes the music more exciting and gives it a rhythmic base that is suitably propulsive and yet diverse enough to bring something fresh to every track. More bands should try it, but what most bands really need to do is try writing some decent songs.
Holy F*** for the uninitiated is a lo-fi improvisational electronica band from Toronto, Canada. The band have been called "Toronto's evil super group". They are a part of Dependent Music, a music label/collective that began in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia in 1994.The band uses live instrumentation and miscellaneous instruments and non-instruments (including a 35 mm film sequencer) to achieve electronic-sounding effects without the use of laptops or programmed backing tracks. The core of the band are Graham Walsh and Brian Borcherdt though the line up seems to be in a constant state of flux which neatly mirrors the music. The music ahhh yes.... is difficult to describe accurately but I think describing it as an antagonistic melding of percussive mayhem and adroitly manipulated sounds will do just fine.Read more ›
But all of that is not being very specific. Holy F*** kick the ass off any other band that I have listened to this year for one reason alone, they have everything in this album!!! From your pounding insesant drums on opener 'Super Inuit' to a near pop song in the form of 'Lovely Allen'. 'Milkshake' is a funky song that will have you somewhere between wanting to be in the middle of a mosh pit having you face punched in by flailing arms, and wanting to dance like you're listening to James Brown. To follow on after all of that you have 'The Pulse' and 'Safari' to come. There is just no end to the mastery and utter genius in this album. It is only 9 tracks long but for that it is perfectly formed and lasts just the right length of time that you can get to the end and start again without it getting drawn out and boring.
So who is gonna like it. Well fans of Battles, Foals and other similars will die when they hear this and will try and convince you that it is the greatest thing to happen to music since the gramaphone, and if I'm honest I would say that they're right!!!
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This is great fun, had me speeding along the motorway with its driving rhythms. Lo-tech techno or trance with a sense of humour. Read morePublished on 19 July 2008 by A. M. Cameron