Birthed from the inspiration of Sig Wilson, a man who has spent time collaborating in Holy Sons, Castanets, and Scout Niblett, Dommengang shares little in common with Wilson's resume roots. Instead, as the album's title might more accurately let on, they find common ground with fellow New Yorkers Endless Boogie and draw from the fractured repetition of Tetuzi Akiyama's Don't Forget To Boogie shot through with the midnight aesthetics of labelmates Barn Owl. The album is blistered and dug deep into groove, chasing the blues but finding itself lost heavily in canyons of noise and abstraction. Stretching out over chasms of riff that ride the heartbeat like a slowly choked throttle, Everybody's Boogie draws down on the listener with an eye into the doom of aching bass and crushing, exhaust fueled heaviness. There's apparently more than one way to boogie and Wilson and co. know that its not always with abandon.
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