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Here Comes A Big Black Cloud / Tiny Knives- Split 7” ~HUGGY BEAR!

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Here Comes A Big Black Cloud/Tiny Knives- Split 7”.  Their band name didn’t prepare me for the genuinely weird sounds that came off of the Hear Comes A Big Black Cloud side of this split: A mix of ultra-fuzzy garage rock with punk tendrils, spooky organs, and, to further confuse you, an absolutely savage tune with an original arrangement. The vocals are gritty as hell, but fitting. I’d truly like to see this band live. I bet it would be a unique experience.  On the flip you get the Tiny Knives who give us a nice mix of rauchous  female oriented post punk.  Reminded me of the hey day of Kill Rocks stars. Think Sleater Kinney, Bikini Kill, Huggy Bear etc. with a dash of Patti Smith / Television in the mix.  

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