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Diamond Watch Wrists


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Diamond Watch Wrists is Guillermo Scott Herren and Zach HIll, flexing their combined musical muscles to create a brilliantly skewed vision of psychedelic folk music. Following their Warp Records debut “Ice Capped at Both Ends”, DWW have been locked in endless rehearsals for their upcoming tour, as well as recording for a slew of forthcoming releases. The debut album is rife with startling melodic flourishes and unpredictable rhythmic twists, maintaining an incredible balance for two such busy musicians. Between their individual endeavors, including Prefuse 73, Hella, Savath & Savalas and many others, this pair is prepared for tirelessly pushing themselves beyond the normal limits of performing and touring.


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  • nobacksies

    This is amazing.

    4 Feb 10:37am Reply
  • mesif

    today i found out that two of my favourite musicians, herren and hill are having a great and exciting project together.... could this be a happier day...?

    10 Dec 2010 Reply
  • eastwestlost

    your mom feels like nirvana

    23 Sep 2010 Reply
  • EssienPopoola

    "Kind of feels like Nirvana went electronic" -

    8 Nov 2009 Reply
  • kgullholmen

    I like that a lot

    2 Nov 2009 Reply
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    16 Jul 2009 Reply
  • sambedford

    Pretty pleasant stuff.

    16 Jun 2009 Reply
  • optimistic_tour


    14 Jun 2009 Reply
  • Juntos514

    The beautiful part about this project is the fact that two artists who are both identified strongly by their particular "styles" of approaching music with a project that is unlike anything both have them have previously released is admirable. This could have easily pleased a targeted "zach hill/prefuse 73" audience if it was just the two of them going crazy chopping beats but that obviously wasn't their motive. The project doesn't yearn to get your attention from a "jarring" effect and the subtle aspect of the drumming being seen as a bad thing is ridiculous. This is an advancement and challenge for them both in a matter of restraint. I find it far from anything "shitty". People that expect this to be a Zach Hill or Prefuse record should probably realize that it's neither... And as I read, for some of the songs being over 5 years old, it stands on it's own as a unique and special project that isn't striving to be perfect. This record is all together wonderful, I want more...

    6 May 2009 Reply
  • staticparade

    on first listen, this is pretty shitty. really shitty.

    4 May 2009 Reply
  • sidewinder03

    Pretty underwhelming on first listen, to be honest. :-| I don't like the vocals very much, they are too same-y and are on nearly every track. Perhaps with more listens I'll pick up on some of the music in the background. Even the drumming is relatively subtle.

    2 May 2009 Reply
  • deevo

    :-\ probably my least favorite zach hill release but it's decent

    1 May 2009 Reply

    Drip, drip.

    26 Apr 2009 Reply
  • the_paulo

    I seriously can't wait to hear what this is like. Going to be dope.

    15 Apr 2009 Reply
  • TheLizard528

    this is going to be so awesome when it drops

    13 Apr 2009 Reply

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