Street Haunting by Slow Down Molasses

If I have a new review or two, it must be Friday, the day that new music drops regularly. So much music and so little time, a delightful conundrum.

First up is Slow Down Molasses, from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Only a six-hour drive away from me, in Canada, that makes them practically next-door neighbours.

The press handout for Slow Down Molasses called them post-punk, which nailed it as far as genre names go. They have an exciting blend of grinding crunching guitar soundbites that jump out of intelligent lyrics and pleasant layered synth, driving bass and perfect percussion.

I would drive the six hours to hear them play live. However, in the Covid-19 times that we find ourselves in, I will content myself with listening to them over and over on Apple Music. The single “Street Haunting” was released today, April 9th, via Divine Schism.

You can go deeper with Slow Down Molasses here: https://open.spotify.com/artist/5T7p8EBAj3s9i5dxZ00S7v

and here,

https://www.instagram.com/slowdownmolasses/?hl=en

and here,

https://twitter.com/slowdownmolasse?lang=en

and here,

https://www.facebook.com/slowdownmolasses/

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