Why I Must Be Careful / Honeycomb Ep
Album: Honeycomb Ep   Collection:General
Artist:Why I Must Be Careful   Added:May 2014

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2014-05-23 Pull Date: 2014-07-25
Week Ending: Jul 20 Jul 13 Jul 6 Jun 22 Jun 15 Jun 8 Jun 1
Airplays: 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Recent Airplay
1. Jul 15, 2014: Eclectic Erudition week 03 Summer '14
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4. Jun 21, 2014: Music Casserole
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2. Jul 08, 2014: Z҉͟O̴̢͜D̡͏I͘A̢͜͡C̴&
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5. Jun 11, 2014: Brownian Motion
3. Jun 30, 2014: Porcelain Goldfish
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6. Jun 05, 2014: fried egg

Album Review
Rev. R4D4
Reviewed 2014-05-22
Why I Must Be Careful - Honeycomb EP

Why I Must Be Careful - two fellas hailing from the pacific northwestern wild land of hipsters AKA Beer-vana AKA Portland. Two tracks of blasting free jazz-ish/spiritual jazz mania and it sounds like these guys did their homework on their out-there-ness. Long fun tracks which you should play if you like it strange. -- Rev. R4D4

Track 1 - (17:43) Opens with a shakuhaci-ish call to prayer and drums punctuating a spiky, but
sometimes flowy rhythm followed by the Rhodes. Calls of what seems like "ENERGY" accentuate
the I'm watching a steam engine explode through a 60 foot LCD screen while on PCP feeling. Driving,
funky, falls completely apart and then keeps going. At 6:39 comes in a chant about being "Raised in the House of Power" that you will definitely want to listen to on headphones. Awesome. Ends with a pretty heavy Rhoades riff.

Track 2 - (19:05) A quicker pace, if you can believe even more frantic, beat is more like a continuous drum roll, the RHodes runs a pattern piano has a few bars of a casio-like rhythm then a few bars of odd notes. Stick clicks
on different parts of the drum heads and more ferocity. With some tribalish moments this song has many textures to trip out on. PLUS: Cool drum solo and a little quiet breakdown to boot as well. Tasty stuff.

Track Listing
1. Track 1   2. Track 2