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Not since the F*cking Champs teamed up with Trans Am in 2004 has a collaboration between two bands sounded perfectly matched. In this second installment from Manchester, England’s drone masters (Gnod) join Brooklyn’s keepers of the space-rock torch (White Hills) to birth multi-leveled tiers of astral mind-melting sonic topography. Following the minute-long acoustic intro “Bits,” a nearly ten-minute epic entitled “Run Around” blasts off toward new frontiers in psychedelic sounds. White Hills gives Gnod plenty of room to stretch out and build pulsing, breathing trances of gradual intensity where six-string flourishes interweave between the composition’s inhaling and exhaling. With Oneida’s Kid Millions drumming for White Hills, the rhythmic patterns are both comforting and unpredictable throughout, especially in “The Secret Society Of Ants,” where dub influences seep in from Millions’ reggae Joy Division cover band, Jah Division. The 13-and-a-half minute-long “Spaced Man” makes good on its title with a Hawkwind-esque jam, while “Drop Out” bestows NEU!-inspired Krautrock.


Formed: New York, NY

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Evoking the spirit and sound of space rock pioneers like Hawkwind, White Hills capture the expansive rock sound of the '70s with their brand of trippy, synth-heavy rock & roll. Formed in New York City as the brainchild of singer and guitarist Dave W., the band also consisted of bassist Ego Sensation and drummer Lee Hinshaw; they got their first break when Julian Cope released their album They've Got Blood Like We've Got Blood on his own label in 2005. This kicked off a prolific string of releases,...
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