Malamute | Breathe Deeply, Horse

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Breathe Deeply, Horse

by Malamute

Featuring a confounding amalgam of angular, hard-charging, post-everything, and a heroic dose of lighter-in-the-air arena rock, Hattiesburg, Mississippi’s Malamute defy simple categorization, and leave an increasing number of jowls scraping linoleum.
Genre: Rock: Post-Rock/Experimental
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1. Gom
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2. Bumbtrack
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3. I Married Common Street Trash
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4. Wyoming
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5. Castrati Karate
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6. Breathe Deeply, Horse
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7. Cinema Verite
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From the desk of Acerbic Noise Development: Prepare your throbbing loins for a band that can convincingly pull off anything they damn well please. Featuring a confounding amalgam of angular, hard-charging, post-everything, and a heroic dose of lighter-in-the-air arena rock, Hattiesburg, Mississippi’s Malamute defy simple categorization, and leave an increasing number of jowls scraping linoleum with every advancing measure. Add to the equation a rather passionate vocal delivery, and the result is a musically un-pigeonhole-able, multi-pronged, synth-heavy circus-opera that attacks the senses with genre-bending aplomb. If sweet hair and laborious fashion sense were substituted for actual talent and clever song-writing, your sister and her boyfriend would be perfecting their ultra-limber, cutesy double-push strokes at the local roller rink to the epic sounds of Malamute.


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Brad at CD Baby


Ah, you\'ve got to love a heavy rock record where the chaos comes together so seamlessly. Where it\'s filled to the brim with almost certain insanity, making it close to impossible to tell where one song ends and another begins. It doesn\'t matter. You\'ll want to take this one on from start to finish. It\'s absolutely worth it to hear the kinds of sounds these guys are capable of ripping out of their guitars while being backed by a keyboard player who, by my estimation, is largely responsible for their unique sound. The synth lead that anchors the beginning of \"I Married Common Street Trash\" should not work in this context at all, but when it locks in, you can\'t deny it. The song builds and falls repeatedly, peaking in a clash of sounds and then calming down just to rev it back up again. There\'s no formula to this one; these guys are all over the board and they somehow seem incredibly comfortable in a maze of time changes and mood swings. As proof, in the midst of all this madness they drop \"Breathe Deeply, Horse,\" a sullen semi-ballad that, while an abrupt change, remains intense and doesn\'t kill the flow of the music. You\'ll want to stick around till the end, anyway. \"Eckhart\" makes for a killer ending.