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REVBJELDE – Hooha Hubbub

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“a thoroughly enjoyable voyage in dimensions of avant rock, kraut stomp, drone, beat poetry and mellow drift – ambitious & monumental”
JIM JUPP / GHOST BOX RECORDS / BELBURY POLY

“within the fiery strangeness cosmic jazz nods & motorik swagger interweave” CAMILLA AISA / SHINDIG!

“a white knuckle ride through lusciously tangled psychedelia – alternatively furious & restorative” BOB FISCHER / ELECTRONIC SOUND

“great music, great meaning & great imagery – authentic, psychedelic & human” ENRIQUE DOMENECH / FREEFORMS

“a wonderful concoction” THE JUKEBOX REBEL

“an apposite soundtrack to a modern Britain full of bile, recrimination & disinformation” MIKE BARNES / PROG MAG

“(a) dream woven slice of exquisite sky surfing”
MARK BARTON / THE SUNDAY EXPERIENCE

“A Prog Psych Jazz Electronic voyage of audio greatness. A downright fine album that has taken up residence on the turntable” KEITH SEATMAN

“the townsfolk of Twin Peaks getting wrecked at the wildest festival ever on the hills above Penda’s Fen” NED WASISTDAS

“sounding great!” STEVE DAVIS / THE UTOPIA STRONG

“recorded with the frustration of the referendum result thick in the air & the realisation that their country was perhaps not the place they’d imagined it” NORMAN RECORDS

“grooving swamp rock” THE SLOW MUSIC MOVEMENT

The 2nd album by protean, noise-folk collective Revbjelde, recorded in Berkshire, England between Aug 2017 & Nov 2019 “whilst enveloped in a post-referendum smog”. Hooha Hubbub is a rabble-rousing call to action & a lament for a country that maybe never was. Featuring:

Peter Hope: vocals [The Box, Richard H. Kirk] Jim Lacey: drums [The Magic Mushroom Band] Andy Prince: bass + chapman stick [Sham 69, Damo Suzuki] Emma Churchley: vocals [Silvermoths] Tim Hill: saxophones [Tongues Of Fire] Steve Christie: vibraphone + ondioline [Prufrock] Mordecai Smyth: Mellotron [Mega Dodo] Jez Butler: mastering [The Twelve Hour Foundation] Alan Gubby: acoustic, electric, brass & wind instruments, percussion + production [The Delaware Road]

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Weight 300 g
Dimensions 31.5 × 31.5 × .05 cm
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