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Holler and Stomp

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On their fifth album, it seems that Dressy Bessy have discovered the minor chord. No longer content as a purveyor of the peppy Elephant Six spirit, they've left sunny pastures behind in search of a darker sound. Think of this as their attempt at maturity by way of toning down the spunk. Recorded with a certain listlessness that could easily be construed as boredom, Holler and Stomp is a curveball that veers away from the group's long-running trademark bubblegummy pop-punk sound, the same way that Sleater-Kinney flipped the script for The Woods and Shonen Knife changed their tune in Genki Shock. Where Shonen Knife added a metal edge and Sleater-Kinney served up some sludgy hard rock, Tammy Ealom and the crew try their hand at no wave and early post-punk by adding some angular basslines, jerking up the rhythms, and dirtying up the guitars. While the idea of Belly performing songs by Wire sounds intriguing on paper, Dressy Bessy's new musical ideas (diminishing half-step progressions, winding structures, and clashing modal scales) aren't drastic enough departures, and get in the way of their poppy sensibilities. The cowbell and tambourine-infused "Dressed the Part" and the mentions of whirlybirds, candygrams, and doo doos in "Shoot, I Love You" act as reminders of just how much fun Dressy Bessy can be at their simplest, flashing back to their Pink Hearts Yellow Moons era.


Se formó en: Denver, CO

Género: Alternativa

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s, '10s

The long-running Denver-based indie pop band Dressy Bessy were led by singer/guitarist Tammy Ealom, who began her musical career as a member of the little-known 40th Day; in time she left the group to focus on writing her own material, eventually joining the earliest incarnation of the Minders. A series of short-lived projects (including a stint in Sissy Fuzz) followed before a frustrated Ealom befriended drummer Darren Albert, and with bassist Rob Greene they formed Dressy Bessy, issuing their debut...
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