K-Holes can creep you out. Their debut album, released by HoZac in 2010, was a dense slab of sinister garage-punk accented with the occasional howl of a saxophone. Dismania, recently released by Hardly Art, takes that same basic sound and expands on it: opener “Child” has enough of a doomy crunch to suggest that K-Holes might well have a metal album in them. And yet they can also keep things energetic, with songs like “Nightshifter” adding an ominous note to […]
Morning Bites: Illustrating Salinger, Ridley and Cormac, Bad Gatsby, Jon Cotner walks, K-Holes, and more
In the news this morning: Jon Cotner takes another long walk, anybody can give Fitzgerald’s masterpiece a bad review in this day and age, Ridley Scott does Corma McCarthy, Rachel Shukert on Oprah’s Jewish pals, and more.