FEEDTIME Rough on the downstroke.
  • CAROLINE BIRKETT
  • FEEDTIME Rough on the downstroke.

Dave Segal writes:

If feedtime's music were a person, you'd cross the street to avoid walking by him. Theirs is utterly primal, gut-slugging rock that's free of all pretense, seemingly composed out of the most abject desperation, spurred by an urge to locate the primordial grunt that's fueled the rawest, most powerful music from the first blues artists to the Stooges to the Stones circa "Street Fighting Man," which feedtime cover.

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