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Tom Hummer

    A multi-instrumentalist, singer and songwriter coming from Iowa, who also plays bass with the rock band Thoughts of Crossing since 2003, and founded the music review site (and now podcast) Velocities in Music with Jake Jackson in late 2009. He began releasing music under his own name with the 2010 album, The Greenhouse Effect, an intriguing and quite unique bland of folk influences and noisy endeavors. Three years later, he came up with the concept-driven and experimental Pairs, where every song, except one, is linked to another. His third album, Sexism Sells, was published in 2015, and ...read more

    A multi-instrumentalist, singer and songwriter coming from Iowa, who also plays bass with the rock band Thoughts of Crossing since 2003, and founded the music review site (and now podcast) Velocities in Music with Jake Jackson in late 2009. He began releasing music under his own name with the 2010 album, The Greenhouse Effect, an intriguing and quite unique bland of folk influences and noisy endeavors. Three years later, he came up with the concept-driven and experimental Pairs, where every song, except one, is linked to another. His third album, Sexism Sells, was published in 2015, and contains his most angry and heavy material to date, bringing social commentary to the forefront of the lyrics. This record was quickly followed by the post-rock influenced and largely instrumental Dystopian Blues in May 2016. « hide

    Similar Bands: Nick Drake, Nine Inch Nails, Radiohead, Ween, Beck

    Dystopian Blues
    2016

    Sexism Sells
    2015

    Pairs
    08/23/2013

    The Greenhouse Effect
    2010

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