Post-rock noise experimentalists moyamoya are not a proflic bunch, but when they share something new they make sure it's something memorable. Their digital 45 Baracus is study of light and shade, kicking off with a bunch of static that gives way to forays into gentle guitar, industrial rock, with bass player Brennan Hamill providing a groundswell of low notes that come crashing from the speakers.
The Jacksonville, FL baaed trio that doesn't seems to care a lot about song structure, but they always find a groove that demands undivided attention. Keith William provided a remixed version, renamed Baaracus. He took the opening static from the original and sprinkled it all over the track, turned down the keyboards and the guitar.
Richard Dudley: guitar
Scott Madgett: drums
Brennan Hamill: keys, bass
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