Founded in 1994 in Tennessee, the Hosemobile debuted with
Six Foot Hater (Cuneiform, 1996) and rapidly established themselves at
the forefront of modern progressive-rock.
Jeremy Averitt's and Rob Ring's guitars run the show.
In fact, What Can & Can't Go On (Cuneiform, 1999) boasts harmonies that
are born out of the fusion of post-rock, prog-rock and jazz-rock.
Highlights include the fantastic guitar sounds of Heat Swome
(John Fahey dueling with Jimi Hendrix and backed by jazz drummer Tony Williams)
and Conglaciation (a dreamy, opaque, poppy trance),
and the dark, menacing blues-rock of Gym
(a cross between Cream and Mahavishnu Orchestra).
The other tracks are basically sets of variations, each one spanning different
personalities. One can hear echoes of Joe Satriani, Frank Zappa and
Robert Fripp, and complex harmonies reminiscent of
Slint as well as King Crimson.
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