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Album Review

This outlandish and eclectic Swedish outfit takes their name from a phrase meaning something akin to "helter skelter." Tracks, usually instrumental, often begin with heavy, distorted guitar as if to preface a hard rock onslaught. Then, the Hammond organ, fiddle, and percussion burst in like the unexpected arrival of a raucous Irish troupe. Often, this group appears to owe as much to King Crimson or Emerson, Lake and Palmer as their traditional roots. More Happy Moments proves once again that just because your arrangements feature accordion does not mean you cannot rock like the best of them.

Biography

Formed: 1989

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Hoven Droven combines the melodic sense of folk music with the intensity and attitude of a heavy metal band. Since coming together in the small town of Ostersund, the band has continued to roar with unleashed potency. According to FolkRoots, the musical approach of Hoven Droven is reminiscent of "...ringing strings, power pop, E2 brass, and one bell-for-leather tune with acid guitar feedback." Hoven Droven took their name from a provincial slang term meaning "hullabaloo" or "whatever." Several members...
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