Wovenhand, White Hills blow minds at Empty Bottle

I saw David Eugene Edwards perform with 16 Horsepower when I was in high school, but this was the first chance I had to see Wovenhand. Their music, a hybrid of intense rock ‘n’ roll and traditional American styles, is dark, haunting, and incredibly moving. 

Brooklyn noise/psych trio White Hills, who are releasing a new EP Dead on Thrill Jockey on October 6, opened up with a completely different vibe of late night parties, smoke, and to this date, is the only rock band who has ever made sequin pants look good. (Even I was tempted to buy a pair).




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