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Here's an album by someone I've heard of and someone I haven't. Ben Chasny of Six Organs of Admittance and Ben Chasny fame has teamed up with a character called Dredd Foole. I wonder if that's his real name like Kurt Vile. On this album Mr Foole takes the fore most of the time with some alt-country minstrelising on acoustic guitar and vocals while Chasny carves out strange unsettling textures behi ...

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Drunk With Insignificance by Dredd Foole & Ben Chasney
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8/10 Mike 10 July 2014
Here's an album by someone I've heard of and someone I haven't. Ben Chasny of Six Organs of Admittance and Ben Chasny fame has teamed up with a character called Dredd Foole. I wonder if that's his real name like Kurt Vile. On this album Mr Foole takes the fore most of the time with some alt-country minstrelising on acoustic guitar and vocals while Chasny carves out strange unsettling textures behind him on electric guitar and piano.   On occasion, such as 'Bedlam's Bend', the two of them both get deep into that new weird Americana choogle with some wig-out textureplay that reminds me of MV/EE or maybe Woods' weirder early moments. For the most part, though, this is quite tightly structured old-fashioned bluesy songwriting in the vein of Hiss Golden Messenger or 16 Horsepower's more reflective moments, but with Chasny twisting and shimmering all over it all casual and understated like. Basically it's dead nice country/Americana business with an intriguing leftfield experimental side.



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