Halfbytes’s debut, dewch draw eto heddiw, is here! It is available now for pay-what-you-want, even free, if need be. It’s a wide-ranging album showcasing the band’s experimentalism using a mix of toys and instruments and their ability to stay remarkably on with their sound.
TĀLĀ spread some love for the FACE-EATERS OF HONG KONG in a handful of interviews. Specifically, she digs the track This Jamba Juice turned me into a woman and I’d like my money back please. Wonderland, the BBC, and The Fader each rocked a TĀLĀ playlist with the song.
The track, along with the rest of the EATING FACES EP, is available here.
Halfbytes, the duo of J.S. Adams (BLK W/BEAR, BLK TAG) and Chester Hawkins (Blue Sausage Infant), will have their EP available through the Panda next week.
In the meantime, here they are from a set in Greenbelt, Maryland.