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Thursday, April 18, 2013

Little Dove - debut EP review

Year : 2013
Genre : Rock with a dark, morose tint
Label : Independent
Origin : United States
Official site : > - here - <

The Little Dove duo is yet to produce a recording coming from a professional production environment, which fortunately did not prevent this unit of two from releasing live (!) recordings of their trade. When you go for the music "itself", the ensuing shape reminds me of the most wildest-, the wildestest - sorry about that - top form of Kidneythieves, - a fellow industrial cyberneticorganism act from Lost Angeles - consorted with an image of delirium-grade Nirvana. You can hear verbatim harmonic structures from certain Nirvana songs, but they are complimented by freshly fabricated and relevant ideas. The lead singer chick can sing like there is no tomorrow, while sticking to a guitar with both hands in the process. Her rhythm guitar playing is surprisingly ballsy and relevant, as is the rhythm section, that fuels and guarantees crude yet efficient beat-backrop environments for the crystal clear respective anatomies the songs convey. Read on to know more about this.

I remain utterly curious to hear what this band will produce in the context of a full fledged studio recording, as it is evident that they have no problem at all with high octane morose songwriting - the tracks are simultaneously wild/bitter/sweet/energetic/vile/beautiful, and reveal originality by sheer sonic muscle power, though I won't be bolloxing you and will admit that the mid-section of this debut EP sounds to have some segments of tamer and relatively zoned-out - in an "uhuh" sense - moments, and the release brings its top form with its introductory pieces, showing top tier fangs at the climax, too.

Even a Heart connotation comes to mind. The way Annie Wilson of Heart sings in 1977 in front of the huge crimson "Heart" logo in her blue "bad school girl" outfit with the white dots on it, - here you are - is an ethos that sounds to be chased relentlessly by this duo, even though they might not even be aware of said group. Little Dove, as an enterprise organized for silence massacre - logically - sounds to be a legitimate club act already, and I can't wait to hear these slick, elemental songs revealing their faces amidst professional production standards.

Check out the Little Dove debut EP > - here - <.

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