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swarming guitar fuzz, bass waves, insistent drum throbs and janahunters redolent, charred voice are the core components of baltimoreslower dens. hunter, sometimes known for intimate, ghostheavyweird-fi, now writes and plays with a group that might get filed under new wave, or drone pop, or post-punk. with due deference toher solo work, were very glad.the bands debut full-length record, twin-hand movement, is elevenperfect songs long. from opener 'blue and silver' (anxiety mounts at a quick clip until the final climactic release) to 'plastic and powder'(a churning, narcotic slow-burner) to 'hospice gates' (penultimatealbum cut, proud weirdo anthem, possible creative zenith), not one is a space-waster. they're rife with the survivalist paranoia one expects from residents of a post-urban port hole (and this particular songwriter), crafted methodically and beautifully, and carry the listener enthusiastically out into the rolling breaks of industrial filth-water.
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