Hit Void

Album: More Light (2013)
  • Producer David Holmes described this track to NME as, "100mph rock n roll with James Chance on saxophone. It's a weird song; it has a Sonics kind of rhythm, but done at 168bpm."

    James Chance is a jazz punk pioneer who was one of key figures of the 70s No Wave movement in New York.

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