Fuzz Club’s excavation of the underground has yielded another stellar discovery in coldwave duo Throw Down Bones.
Their debut album is 8 tracks of instrumental electronica born from experimentation, and according to our iTunes, is our most played album of 2015. Due for release in January , the self titled album is preceded by singles “Saturator” and “Exposure”, which dance between minimal rhythms and industrial soundscapes, shadowed by repeating riffs and persistent beats that got the crowds dancing at Liverpool Psych Fest and the Fuzz Club Festival, London.
To create this album, the band’s experimental creative process saw them locked away in their alpine studio for a weeklong jam session, which was harvested for sounds, riffs and effects, from which they built the final tracks. Experimentation is also in the gear used to create the album, which was handmade by the band themselves.
They have been making effects pedals, amps and technical curiosities for years for artists such as the UK’s The KVB and The Underground Youth and have now assembled a personalised set up for Throw Down Bones’s own creative explorations.
Their mix of infectious beats and the raw energy of live rock n roll make Throw Down Bones a great act to watch and a dark and modern definition of coldwave.
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