Check out Mount Fabric’s new single “Heuristic Fits”. I got this track a few days back and have been playing it pretty steady. The Crystalline Recordings press release describes the song as being “about the failings of the human brain as it tries to comprehend the meaning of life, the universe and everything. The first release from the band in 2013, it sets the tone for a series of singles throughout the year exploring science, religion and consciousness.” Sounds pretty wild.
It seems to me that Mount Fabric has the total package; there’s great vox and the sound is an interesting compromise between good ole rock ‘n roll and something a touch more experimental. What keeps me coming back is that crazy catchy digital sounding riff that just rolls up and down the track. When you put it up against Alex Marczak’s voice, which could clearly stand on it’s own even in a hardcore polka band, it’s a hard song to pass up.
Did I mention there are parts that include various household instruments like table tennis rackets and chair legs for percussion effects? It’s true.
IT’S A RUSSIAN DOLL NO MATTER WHICH WAY YOU LOOK AT IT…it’s also a pretty stellar track. Definitely one I’ve been saving for a few days. Also, wow, this is post #800 on Sirens since moving from Tumblr!
You can purchase “Heuristic Fits” on Bandcamp.