Hookworms - The Hum
The Hum
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Drawing inspiration from somewhere between The Velvet Underground and The Pixies, Hookworms's second release, The Hum, contains an eclectic collection of tunes that are sure to hit the listener right in the mouth. The album begins with the raucous "The Impasse" - highlighted by MJ's shrill caterwauling and an aggressive punk progression - before melting away into to the psychedelic daze of "On Leaving." The keyboard lick in "Radio Tokyo" is reminiscent of "I'm ... read more
DalekTurret32
95
The Impasse 98 (+)
On Leaving 94
iv {86}
Radio Tokyo 97
Beginners 97
v {88}
Off Screen 88
vi {82}
Retreat 97

{} = IGNORING, for now.

[95], or [92] if I counted the ratings of the interludes
BonoLightier
83
The songs flow into each other. Super cool vibe.
cwmDJ
62
indie rock album, a very similar album to their debut album but much less melodic, inaudible lyrics and pointless minutes of droning instrumentation, disappointing
raymon
76
This album has some special energy to it. The tracks blend together very nicely, but since the vocals are so incomprehensible it suffers from making a real connection.This is not a disappointing album, but I feel it could have been done better.
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