- Summary: This is the debut solo release for the solo electronic pop project of Thee Oh Sees' John Dwyer.
- Record Label: Castle Face
- Genre(s): Pop/Rock, Alternative/Indie Rock, Lo-Fi, Indie Electronic
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Feb 27, 2014Damaged Bug is a celebration of the strange and often unstable world of analog electronics, and while there's considerably less "crash and bang" to the project than Dwyer's work with Coachwhips and Thee Oh Sees, it has a scuzziness that fans of the prolific noisemaker's other work will appreciate.
Feb 27, 2014After the jarring synthetic combo of “Rope Burn” and “Eggs At Night,” Hubba Bubba hits its stride with tracks like “Sic Bay Surprise” and “Photograph,” which contain flashes of Dwyer’s high-pitched breathy signature vocals and a few bars of guitar shredding in between the machine blips.
Mar 4, 2014There are moments, like “Catastrophobia” or the overly hazy “Hot Swells”, that feel overly indulgent, expanding on textures already fully formed in other songs. Overall, though, Hubba Bubba is a solid record, reminiscent in ways of early Oh Sees records. It’s scrappy, scuffed, and full of promise.
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|Honeymoon - Lana Del Rey|
|Art Angels - Grimes|
|Thank Your Lucky Stars - Beach House|
|Better Nature - Silversun Pickups|
|Music Complete - New Order|
|VEGA INTL. Night School - Neon Indian|
|In Another Life - Bilal|
|Sun Leads Me On - Half Moon Run|
|DJ-Kicks: DJ Koze - DJ Koze|
|How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful - Florence + the Machine|
|The Book of Souls - Iron Maiden|
|New Bermuda - Deafheaven|
|Meliora - Ghost B.C.|
|Dealer - Foxing|
|Four Pink Walls [EP] - Alessia Cara|
|Back To The Woods - Angel Haze|
|Harmlessness - The World Is a Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid to Die|
|Sermon on the Rocks - Josh Ritter|
|In Colour - Jamie xx|
|Mutant - Arca|