head-chef
Oct 28, 2018

The Anatomy of Thumpermonkey - Heavy Blog is Heavy

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We chat to Heavy Blog is Heavy about influences, musics, musical influences, things that have influenced us musically, and poo.

 

"The band, active since 2011, traffic in the kind of vocal-centric, off-kilter, and melancholy progressive rock of which we’re talking about, complete with the modern aesthetic that binds this micro-genre together. Their upcoming album, Make Me Young, etc., seeing its release tomorrow, October 26th, is a fantastic meditation on how we change with time, how our scenery defines it and we define it, and much more. It’s also a very enjoyable listen from a musical perspective; it seems to catch you off guard whenever you think you’ve figured things out, doing much to dispel the obvious tropes of its genre and delivery. It does this by integrating sounds, instruments, and progressions which you didn’t quite expect, creating this eerie sense of dislocation throughout the album that keeps you hooked."

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