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White Hills – Walks For Motorists (2015)

7-04-2015, 19:11
Music | Rock

White Hills – Walks For Motorists (2015)

Artist: White Hills
Title Of Album: Walks For Motorists
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Thrill Jockey Records
Genre: Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Stoner Rock, Space Rock
Format: Mp3
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 49:07 Min
Total Size: 119 Mb


01. No Will
02. ЈSD Or USB
03. Wanderlust
04. Lead the Way
05. I, Nomad
06. We Are What You Are
07. Automated City
08. Life Is Upon You
09. Walks For Motorists
10. May You Be the Sun (bonus track)

When New York-based psychedelic camp White Hills emerged in the mid-2000s, they latched onto the same wandering, spaced-out spirit of dark, cosmically drifting guitar-heavy rock famously explored by pioneers like Hawkwind and Amon Düül II. Their trajectory seemed in line with other space-brained rockers of their time, including prolific output in the form of multiple limited-edition releases that would often include lengthy jams that grew more fried and alien-sounding as the band continued. Walks for Motorists represents something of a sea change for White Hills, as the album sees them turning away somewhat from the guitar-centric freakouts of their previous work to songs built more on concentrated, stripped-down grooves. Not to say that this newfound clarity means the band is any more sterile or less psychedelic. Album opener "No Will," based around a churning rhythm and a repetitive fuzz bassline, is a dirty, terrifying start to things, with the occasional chiming of haunted backing vocals being the only thing steering the song away from becoming an industrial track somewhere between Suicide and Alien Sex Fiend. This sleazy sound shows up throughout the album, as with the gnarled groove of "Wanderlust" and the explosive "We Are What You Are." Other moments tend closer to previous work from the band, as with the lengthy Spacemen 3-modeled guitar psych burner "Lead the Way" and the icy Krautrock electronics of "I, Nomad." Bassist Ego Sensation offers more vocal contributions to this album than any other since co-founding the group, always augmenting her bandmate Dave W.'s aggressive and narcotic performances with a detached and ghostly presence. [Walks for Motorists was also released on LP.]

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