Sunday, August 14, 2022

239: Hush.

Dreams of Consciousness Podcast Episode 239 features an interview with Charles Cure of Hush.

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Hudson Valley NY's Hush demonstrate that there's still room for innovation in the realms of sludge metal and atmospheric doom. With their bass-centric sound, theirs is a particularly rumbly and cinematic take on slow, heavy music.

I spoke with vocalist Charles Cure about why Hush has two bassists, and the way their sound evolved to be more cinematic. We also discussed how a bad car accident served as a backdrop to the latest Hush album, The Pornography Of Ruin, and the inspiration behind the songs' cryptic titles.

My thanks to Charles for speaking with me, and to all of you for listening.

Music In This Episode:

"Unbearable Weight"
"Waves of Exultation"
taken from the album UNTITLED II

"And The Love Of Possession Is A Disease With Them"
"I Am Without Heaven And A Law Unto Myself"
taken from the album The Pornography Of Ruin

Hush. on Facebook

Hush. on IG

Hush. on Bandcamp

The Pornography of Ruin on cassette [through Sludgelord Records]

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