Feeding Fingers – Wound In Wall (cd Tephramedia & Stickfigure Records)Posted on 28/11/08
Based in Atlanta (USA) Feeding Fingers is a trio consisting out of very experienced musicians. “Wound In Hall” sounds like a voyage throughout different styles of music, but creates a quite compact and homogenous album. Now a bit pop-like and later on moving on the edge of new wave to finally reach some kind of soundtrack music, Feeding Fingers definitely has an open-minded musical style. I enjoy their delicacy shown on “Seafoam Warm Piss” and their new wave arrangements on “Feeding Fingers”. In a more spooky way the “Pesticides”-song is also well done. Vocalist Justin Curfman has a very own timbre of voice, which sometimes sounds a bit nasal. “Wound In Wall” is quite pleasant, but probably not special enough to set the world alight!
Band: www.justincurfman.com / www.myspace.com/thefeedingfingers
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