Experimental duo God Hates Disco have unveiled their three-part epic, entitled ‘Sick At Heart Parts 1 to 3’.
Incorporating Steve Reich-esque use of found sound (a clip of Mario Savio’s affecting 1964 “Bodies upon the gears” speech) and a growling backdrop of claustrophobic, repressive textures, ‘Sick at Heart’ is an unforgiving piece of post-minimalism that challenges and ultimately rewards the listener.
Uncompromising and unique, God Hates Disco have carved out a definite tonal edge in ‘Sick At Heart’ that captures upheaval and frustration sonically, through a harsh collage of experimentalism and alternative-rock leanings.
Click below to listen to ‘Sick At Hear Part 1 to 3’ by God Hates Disco.
“talking about music, is like dancing about architecture” – Frank Zappa