Murmurous and querelous


Hooded Fang offer the old-fashioned pleasures of prime-time post-punk. Impressions is all elbows and sharp joints, kicking out, twisting, and lurching—it brings to mind something like a volatile waterslide ride, one that alternates between borderline free-falls and calm smooth passages. This album is itchy, nervous, and skewed; music for outsiders. Working the tradition of bands like The Sound and Josef K, Hooded Fang marry those sounds with an aggression that’s more in line with stuff like DFA 1979.

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