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Canada’s Holy Fuck don’t ascribe to any theory about naming conventions, and it hasn’t seemed to hurt; they’ve been nominated for both a Juno Award and a Polaris Music Prize. Their third album, Latin, shows the instrumental group — trimmed down in size — on a clear path, one leading to innovative, airtight songs that are hugely danceable yet resist the “dance music” label.  Opener “1Md” is a slow-building tidal wave that moves from inaudible ambient sound to a vicious, static-filled crescendo, but it deftly segues into the irresistible funk of “Red Lights.” It’s a brilliant meeting of two sub-genres of electronic music, and much of Latin continues in this fusion vein: subtly majestic synths on “Latin America” feel descended from ‘70s prog rock while glistening with a new millennium energy, and “Silva & Grimes” owes a debt to Krautrockers like Neu!. “Sht Mtn” is a glorious welding of hard and soft bits into a deep, art-funk groove, and the tense post-punk of Chrome is evoked in the dark, stabbing synths of bonus track “Grease Fire.” Even if dancing isn’t exactly your thing, Latin will move you in surprising ways.

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The albums Pretty Good but...

The albums Pretty Good but it's hard to capture Holy Fs energy present in their live shows. Live they have such flow and speed and a larger acoustic range than the album. However the pulsating beats strong with huge build up make it a great workout album. I think the highlights are Latin America and stilettos. To those who wish their where words to describe it (I agree that they're really unique) pitchfork called them an "electronic Jam-band." The more I thought about it the more it makes sense.

I have no idea

I have no idea what this music is.


As a huge fan of their LP, I really liked their hyper/out of control sound. When I first listened to Latin I was a little disappointed. I continued listening for a week, then saw them live at the Magic Stick (Detroit) and this is now my favorite album from them. This album is well massaged and their polished sound is amazing.


Formed: 2004 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The Toronto-based electronic collective Holy Fuck were formed in 2004 by Graham Walsh and Brian Borcherdt. Described as "blip-hoppers" and "a shabbily dressed Kraftwerk," Holy Fuck began creating lo-fi electronic noise music with old analog musical and non-musical instruments, including a 35mm film synchronizer. Without the use of laptops or other instruments common to early 21st century electronic music, they strove to re-create their chaotic, Casio-driven live presence on their albums, the first...
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