Honey Radar - Free Association Backfires download album
- Performer: Honey Radar
- Title: Free Association Backfires
- Genre: Rock
- Formats: MP4 AUD VOC VOX MP3 DMF WAV
- Released: 2011
- Style: Indie Rock, Lo-Fi
- MP3 album: 1561 mb
- FLAC album: 1825 mb
- Rating: 4.8/5
- Votes: 923
Includes high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Paying supporters also get unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app. Purchasable with gift card. Record/Vinyl + Digital Album. Includes unlimited streaming of Free Association Backfires via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Sold Out. 7" EP (white label).
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Free Association Backfires. Honey Radar's Jason Henn began recording songs in his Indiana bedroom in the mid-2000s, soon building up an impressive catalog of lo-fi guitar pop that sounded like a far less drunk Guided by Voices with some Rolling Stones and Midwestern weirdness mixed in. He soon began releasing CD-Rs, cassettes, and lathe-cut singles, with the more art project-style recordings going out under his name and the poppier selections as Honey Radar releases. Chat About Honey Radar.
was one of the more eccentric acts to play during the festival. The band harnessed the feedback and fuzz of their instruments for a cacophony of sounds, and the band’s two guitarists clashed their guitars together in a sword fight. The Johns Hopkins Newsletter. If you're not hearing at least a little kinship with Harlequin Hippies, Stroganoff Sound, and State of Alertness, then you're not hearing. Dynamite Hemorrhage. VIEW ALLHoney Radar Fans.
Jay also plays a track from Yuzo Iwata's new album Daylight Moon, which was recorded by Honey Radar bassist Jordan Burgis and is rumored to be getting a second pressing. Dynamite Hemorrhage Radio Here are a few quality songs I’d like to play for you this time – many of which I believe you’ll enjoy greatly. We start with something from the newly-reissued SIMPLY SAUCER prot. ynamitehemorrhage.
On songs like Hands of Fate and Climbs Like a Loaded Gun, Honey Radar sound like a low-budget Clientele, all major-key arpeggios somewhere between psych and Felt. Lead singer Jason Henn’s gentle voice even elides consonants in a convincingly British-seeming way, though Honey Radar comes from Indiana. This 7 really brings back the vibe of early 2000s indie-pop tape-trading culture: lovely, modest songs made in a bedroom for other folks making songs in their bedrooms.
|A1||Hands Of Fate|
|A3||The Navy Milk|
|B1||Perfume, Backflip, Baby Doll|
|B2||Climbs Like A Loaded Gun|