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Tetchy make the bullshit tolerable on "Hounds," play Our Wicked Lady 3.5

Tetchy make the bullshit tolerable on "Hounds," play Our Wicked Lady 3.5

It’s hard not to have fun when listening to Hounds, the debut EP by Brooklyn soft grunge four piece Tetchy. This isn’t to say that the subject matter present on the release’s five tracks are trite or nonserious — quite the opposite, in fact, given that its introduction details the pangs of human intimacy and the pervasive rise of right wing politics in the United States (“Emotional Labor”and “Fascist”). Rather, its enjoyable quality is derived from the band’s insight to contemporary issues, and their ability to make inane universal bullshit tolerable through exciting, guitar-driven grooves. Few bands can render feelings of inertia as triumphant (“The Fool”), or the celebratory defiance of laughing at the universe’s indifference towards pain (“The World”) in a way that’s as cathartic as it is listenable, imbued with an indie rock sound that’s accessibly rough-around-the-edges, an equal mix of grit and sweetness. Give it a listen below, and catchy Tetchy at Our Wicked Lady on March 5th for their EP release show.


Published: March 01, 2020 |

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