Hellblinki | I Am / All for You

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I Am / All for You

by Hellblinki

Hellblinki... Broken tooth blues in a Tux, Choral fantasies for agnostic angels, peg-leg waltzes on the rim of Mt. Vesuvius. Psycho-Cabaret, southern fried with guerrilla operatics. Pirate-Blues, infused with Punk Rock cinematics. The Hellblinki Sextet is prone to suprise, tension, and dramatic release. Dark and experimental, Hellblinki combines elements of American folk, European cabaret, and punk rock experimentation into an intoxicating brew of transcendent madness...
Genre: Avant Garde: Avant-Americana
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"All for You" is an atmospheric blend of B-movie sound effects and '80's-style dance beats with Andrew Benjamin's typically demented Tom Waits-inspired vocals over the top of a obsession-laden track which may either make you worried or over-joyed depending on your sense of irony. I am, of course, overjoyed as I am with all of their work". - scott homewood - rockandrollreport.com

"I Am" brings up images of a surreal kidnapping scene, a being
circling around it's tied up prey, taunting and teasing to the end. -Erika

"I Am" is a lovely pounding march that pulsates inside your head long after the song has drawn to a close. It gallops along through dark chants that announce a birth, an arrival. A beautiful dark arrival of something, maybe a demon or an angel. -Jim Julien


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