|Fog / Hummer|
|Add Date:||2004-05-17||Pull Date:||2004-07-19|
|Week Ending:||18 Jul||4 Jul||27 Jun||20 Jun||13 Jun||6 Jun||30 May||23 May|
|1.||Aug 28, 2007:||Lost and Found |
|4.||Mar 15, 2006:||Foreplay and Sex Wax |
|2.||Nov 09, 2006:||Eran Mukamel f. Fog (rock and roll music) |
Whom that Hits Walls
|5.||Feb 09, 2006:||Eran Mukamel (Canadian ragtime) |
|3.||Jun 01, 2006:||Eran Mukamel (anti-post-post-post-punk) |
|6.||Jul 07, 2005:||Eran Mukamel |
Dreamy, noisy, extremely lo-fi, fucked-up pop/trip-hop. Fog is Andrew Broder, from Minneapolis. Odd structure and screwed up lyrics, in a good way, that is. Slightly political. Short but eclectic EP, with standouts 1, 2, 5 (but consider 4, 6 as well).|
*1. Fucked up Morphine. Starts with sax no-wave tones, flat vocals, straightforward loud drumming; falls into quiet part with videogame like sounds, sax is back, then vocals and drums; more noise. *
*2. Trip-hop, dreamy, slow, sweet vocals. Gradually builds louder.*
3. short quiet filler, sparse piano notes.
4. Slow, quiet, minimal piano ballad that seem to be telling about a baby but in fact discusses the artist’s own penis (according to a SF Weekly interview). Ends with some semi-erratic percussion.
**5. Noise loop and backdrop, deep tribal beat, dark spoken vocals delayed and echoed. Grows louder, more sounds and noises, slow cello-like tune comes in. Amazing.**
6. Acoustic strumming; mournful, broken vocals. Quiet beat and percussion join in the middle, louder finish.
7. "Flags can’t get stars right" – political commentary? Slow, dreamy vocals over noisy loops.
|1.||Whom that Hits Walls||4.||I, Baby|
|3.||Not Every Goddamn Little Thi||6.||Cockeyed Cookie Pusher|
|7.||Stink of Kings|