Hot Water Music - Finding The Rhythms (Vinyl, LP, Album)
View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Green Vinyl release of Finding The Rhythms on Discogs. Label: No Idea Records - nir • Format: Vinyl LP, Album GreenVinyl 7 Hot Water Music - Finding The Rhythms (, Green, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(3). Apr 22, · Fans of Hot Water Music generally have grief with this album. The recording quality is less than favorable, the singers haven't quite found their vocal niches yet. But in my opinion, 'Finding the Rhythms' has what the other albums lacked, raw sincerity. Personally, I believe this is the only must-own record they ever put out/5(8). Label: No Idea Records - NIR • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue Grayish GreenVinyl 7 Hot Water Music - Finding The Rhythms (, Grayish Green, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore5/5(1).
Jason Black is probably one the most underrated bassists in the world of punk rock. Never content to just sit back and follow the guitars, Black constantly peppers his playing with bass chords, crazy fretboard runs, high pitched sequences of hammer-ons and pull-offs, and occasionally even harmonizes with the guitars, using his bass as a lead instrument as much a rhythm one.
Although subtly delivered, his basslines are always audible and augment the melodies and rhythms perfectly. Thankfully, they don't always follow the old standard of one doing rhythm and one doing lead. Chris and Chuck regularly trade duties, sometimes both doing lead, or in more chaotic moments, both playing totally different guitar lines which intertwine, without it quite being clear whether or not there is any rhythm guitar in there at all It all makes for a very original and unique sound, and is varied enough that it doesn't become stale or formulaic at any point.
The vocals are shared pretty much equally between Chris and Chuck, as per usual, and both utilise the throaty, gravelly, yet somehow melodic singing style they've used throughout the history of the band, with some nice vocal harmonies, and juxtaposed parts where each sing something different. The vocals are a little rougher than later works, but not by much. The real suprise, vocally, comes in the form of bassist Jason Black providing a few lines here and there in The Passing and Boundand actually taking on full lead vocal duties on Incisions.
His voice is Album) unlike the other two vocalists, in that he uses a cleaner, slightly whiney style of singing. It fits well with the music, and to anyone who hasn't heard HWM before, it would not come as a surprise, but to me someone who was introduced to the band through their more recent material, working backwardsit took a little getting used to, I have to admit.
However, in combination with the varied subject matter of the vaguely personal lyrics, the sound as a whole really comes together, especially in upbeat opener Scraping with its quiet verse to loud chorus dynamics, and the juggernaut punk stylings of Floor with its massive melodic chorus.
Another highlight is Arms Can't Stretchwhich starts out subdued and quiet, and gradually builds into an epic masterpiece, with the layered vocals stretching what is essentially just one line of lyrics into a full song.
The particularly bass-fuelled Practice In Blue is a mid-paced piece combining the best parts of the songs which precede it, and the following track, Incisionsis an anthemic masterpiece, with the repeated refrain of "Keep digging deeper in myself" building to a crescendo at the end.
Closer Eating The Filler addresses emptiness and apathy in a fantastically catchy way, over several different tempos, switching between quiet and loud seemlessly, with a great chorus and vocal harmonies to boot, and when the everything but the vocals drop out, it adds another nice little break to the song. It may go on for over 6 minutes quite long for a HWM songbut it doesn't seem half long enough! This raffle includes rare, limited edition and unique items from both bands LP you won't be able to find anywhere else.
If Album) not interested in the raffle or want to help out in a different way, we are also offering a Souls x Hots "Road Crew" shirt at hotwatermusic. Each purchase of that shirt includes 5 raffle tickets. We are offering a General Prize that includes custom artwork and other collectibles, a vinyl package that includes rare out of print No tour dates posted right now, check back soon! For the book, see Hot Water Music book.
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28 rows · Feb 25, · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Hot Water /5(76). Listen free to Hot Water Music – Finding the Rhythms (Scraping, The Passing and more). 12 tracks (). Finding the Rhythms was released in by Toybox Records and No Idea Records. It is a collection of some of their earliest recordings, which appear on various other releases. If you haven't heard much of Hot Water Music, 's Finding the Rythms is an excellent place to start. Their first full length album sets down the formula for their next releases, heavy, choppy guitars laced with intricate bass lines and hoarse, emotional vocals.
hot water music + the bouncing souls - crew relief raffle Not only do we share a George with our buds The Bouncing Souls, we share crew. Both bands rely on some amazing people to make sure we're on time, on stage and sounding good when we go on tour.
Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Finding the Rhythms - Hot Water Music on AllMusic - Limited colored vinyl LP pressing. True to it's title, Caution immediately demands the listener's undivided attention. With a unique blend of heartfelt punk, guttural rock, and explorative neo-hardcore, Hot Water Music shirks categorization on Caution/5(26).
Hot Water Music released the album, Exister, in After the release of their record Light It Up, Wollard announced that he was taking a break from the band to focus on his health.  The band continued to play previously booked shows with The Flatliners ' Chris Cresswell and Chris DeMakes of Less Than Jake filling in for Wollard at.
hot water music + the bouncing souls - crew relief raffle Not only do we share a George with our buds The Bouncing Souls, we share crew. Both bands rely on some amazing people to make sure we're on time, on stage and sounding good when we go on tour. Hot Water Music released the album, Exister, in After the release of their record Light It Up, Wollard announced that he was taking a break from the band to focus on his health.  The band continued to play previously booked shows with The Flatliners ' Chris Cresswell and Chris DeMakes of Less Than Jake filling in for Wollard at.
Finding the Rhythms, an Album by Hot Water Music. Released in on No Idea (catalog no. NIR ). Genres: Punk Rock, Post-Hardcore, Emo, Emocore.
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