Tomahawk – Oddfellows

Mike Patton and company make Oddfellows a step back toward their experimental and alternative rock sound, abandoning the Native American music influences that made Anonymous such a strangely spicy album. However, it’s still a pretty odd, catchy collection of tracks–with a few undeniable potholes, unfortunately. WATCH THE REVIEW

Mike Patton and company make Oddfellows a step back toward their experimental and alternative rock sound, abandoning the Native American music influences that made Anonymous such a strangely spicy album. However, it’s still a pretty odd, catchy collection of tracks–with a few undeniable potholes, unfortunately.

WATCH THE REVIEW

  • Glygor

    This is Trevor Dunn’s first Tomahawk album. The first two featured Kevin Rutmanis of Cows and Melvins. He left during the recording of Anonymous.

  • what?

    You gotta review Indigoism by The Underachievers

  • Jashin

    Did I miss the Arbouretum-Review or did you miss Coming out of the Fog…?

  • Megs

    Not one mention of “Rise Up Dirty Waters?” I thought that track was the most FUN.

  • mindsear

    review Mark Stewart’s remix album “Exorcism of Envy”. ruling