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Theory Of Everything – Bios – Foot Village

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Note – “Theory Of Everything” is an upcoming digital compilation from IHRTN. You can preview it here.

Their contribution: Totally Tween (I Am Josh Taylor remix)

National language: Drumming
National pass-time: Screaming

FV are a thunderous drum-n-shout assembly from Los Angeles – a thick forest of whirling limbs beating out rhythms for whispers and hollers to leap and dive through. Featuring members of Gang WizardFriends Forever and the infamous International Voice of Reason, Foot Village are pure hardcore spirit without the spark of electricity.
Erecting civilisation with drums and voices alone, Foot Village are the first nation built after the foreseeable apocalypse. Don’t get this self-imposed restraint confused with some neo-luddite stance however, as Foot Village only want to inspire others with the wide potential of rock music. Anything becomes possible if you have an idea to run with.

Selected Discography

World Fantasy 10″ (Not Not Fun, 2005)

Fuck The Future (Excite Bike + Deathbomb Arc + olFactory + NGWTT, 2006)

Friendship Nation (Tome, 2008)

Anti-Magic (Rock Is Hell, 2009)

60 Watt Kid / Foot Village Split 7″ (Absolutely Kosher, 2009)

Fuck The Future II (Gilgongo, 2009)

Lovers With Iraqis EP 7″ (How To Fight, 2011)

Visit FV:  Official Site | Bandcamp | Last.fm


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2 thoughts on “Theory Of Everything – Bios – Foot Village

  1. Nice! I remember finding these guys, while I was looking up interesting bands from UK's label Upset the Rhythm. I've heard plenty of bands try the stripped down method of drums and vocals. (The only other band that comes to mind is the tribal Wildbirds and Peacedrums.) I personally think of all the bands that I heard that does that, Foot Village make it work the best. Noisy, fun, in-your-face…custom-built for both your headphones and the live set. Nice to see that you gave these guys some attention, and I hope to hear more from them in the future. 🙂

    1. If you’re interested in that sort of stuff, also check out Crash Worship and old Arrhythmia comps (not sure if they still got physical copies, but probably some floating online, y’know).

      Thanks for the comment!

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