Haley Moley finds their voice on their new ep, and it’s dark and haunting

Haley Moley describes themselves as a ‘concentration of electronic, funk, and disco dj’s with rock experience steeped in atmospheric, dirty guitars’. What I hear from that is they do techno, funk, disco, dance music… and I need hear no more. I listen to mostly noise, doom, sludge, math; generally angsty miserable sounds that you absolutely… Continue reading Haley Moley finds their voice on their new ep, and it’s dark and haunting

Pile’s ‘Dripping’ will renew your faith in the guitar as a viable instrument

Yeah so to get this out of the way; no I don’t review albums in order or on time. Like most normal people that don’t get paid anything to do this, I find my music randomly. It could be from ten or twenty years ago that I discover something good. No one sends me their… Continue reading Pile’s ‘Dripping’ will renew your faith in the guitar as a viable instrument

Never a dull moment on Hill Haints’ new release, the ‘Carcinogen’ ep.

There is never a dull moment on Hill Haints’ newest seamlessly ecclectic yet entirely original ep ‘Carcinogen’. Though it will probably never be labeled noise rock, it’s certainly firmly in the wonderful meta-tradition of the way that classical noise rock challenges you to wonder where the noise ends and rock begins. But fortunately it forgoes… Continue reading Never a dull moment on Hill Haints’ new release, the ‘Carcinogen’ ep.