Fueled by the personal vision of brothers Richard and Chris Adams, Leeds, England’s Hood combine such disparate sources as loner folk, Flying Saucer Attack fuzz, Bark Psychosis dynamics, New Zealand song-writing iconoclasm (think This Kind of Punishment/Pin Group), quality pop and collage aesthetics into an exciting sonic stew. – Slumberland Records calalogue
For Hood, life’s a glitch, and then you cry. – Spin
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While their early work suggested a standard rock direction (inspired by the likes of Lou Barlow project Sebadoh) , English band Hood gradually moved away from some of their early lo-fi aspirations and started incorporating some of the more esoteric loops, sound effects and textures into their music. Late 90s glitch/IDM scene also provided inspiration for much of their work.