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With a musical vision that began in 2008, the New Orleans’ progressive-rock outfit, Biscuithound, emits an evolving sound and dynamic lyrical message that is authentic, humanistic, raw, and above all — transcendental.
With their often-extended compositions, the band balances an accessible use of melody and catchy riffing with healthy doses of progressive adventurism, ambient layering, and gritty contrast.
2010’s “Meet You at the Riverbone” was akin to an atmospheric rock album with singer-songwriter roots, delivering distinctive content for a young band. It was ambitious with its instrumental segments and conceptual use of cinematic-style sound design. From this foundation, the group sought to delve into heavier live performances over the coming years.
After a period of reformation and redirection, 2018’s long-awaited second album, “Possible at Sea,” delivers a bigger, more mature, and haunting sound with dense layers, killer guitars, sonic experimentation, and inquisitive lyrics. Coursing between a commanding rock aesthetic, spacey soundscapes, and subtle improvisations, Biscuithound offers a freshness to hard-rock, with an emotional and intellectual seriousness. It is not the "New Orleans sound," but has and organic feel, much like the swampy surroundings.
Line-up:
Britton Newton - guitars, vocals
Wade Hymel - drums, percussion
Nicholas Baillio - bass
Benjamin Thomas - piano, electric organ, keyboards
Ryan Church - guitars
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