Honeycut The Day I Turned To Glass

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A hodge-podge rock/funk trio cuts an album for an indie label headed by a member of a lauded underground hip-hop group. Yes, Honeycut is an aural dysfunction at the junction that, oddly enough, works. Alt-rocker Tony Sevener (Summercamp), French electro maestro RV Salters (General Elektriks), and Bay Area vocalist Bart Davenport (The Loved Ones) all jump in the sack with their musical influences in tow to create a 43-minute record of wanderlust, littered with falsetto, vintage synths, distortion, breaks, brass, and strings. Scritti Politti trapped in a minimum-security psycho ward couldn't have dreamt this one up.