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2022 release, the fifth album from Brooklyn post-punk mainstays Savak. Savak is the two-headed beast of Sohrab Habibion and Michael Jaworski, with Matt Schulz on drums. Jaworski and Habibion have been sharing singing and songwriting duties since the band's inception in 2015, both taking turns singing their songs while playing guitar and other various instruments. Though Savak's members have done time in bands like Obits, Edsel, Holy Fuck and more, their current outfit feels like the true culmination of their songwriting powers. How do we hold onto hope when we live in a time of unending crisis? Does love have any value if the planet is dying? Is there any justification for producing an album during a global pandemic? On their fifth full-length, Human Error / Human Delight, Brooklyn-based rockers Savak grapple with questions no less fundamental than these. They may not find concrete answers, but the exploration itself proves remarkably fertile. The duality inherent in the very title of the album indicates the group's fascination with the dichotomous nature of merely existing. The friction between the twin titular concepts power the twelve churning, driving tracks that the record comprises.
2022 release, the fifth album from Brooklyn post-punk mainstays Savak. Savak is the two-headed beast of Sohrab Habibion and Michael Jaworski, with Matt Schulz on drums. Jaworski and Habibion have been sharing singing and songwriting duties since the band's inception in 2015, both taking turns singing their songs while playing guitar and other various instruments. Though Savak's members have done time in bands like Obits, Edsel, Holy Fuck and more, their current outfit feels like the true culmination of their songwriting powers. How do we hold onto hope when we live in a time of unending crisis? Does love have any value if the planet is dying? Is there any justification for producing an album during a global pandemic? On their fifth full-length, Human Error / Human Delight, Brooklyn-based rockers Savak grapple with questions no less fundamental than these. They may not find concrete answers, but the exploration itself proves remarkably fertile. The duality inherent in the very title of the album indicates the group's fascination with the dichotomous nature of merely existing. The friction between the twin titular concepts power the twelve churning, driving tracks that the record comprises.
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Human Error / Human Delight
Artist: Savak
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2022 release, the fifth album from Brooklyn post-punk mainstays Savak. Savak is the two-headed beast of Sohrab Habibion and Michael Jaworski, with Matt Schulz on drums. Jaworski and Habibion have been sharing singing and songwriting duties since the band's inception in 2015, both taking turns singing their songs while playing guitar and other various instruments. Though Savak's members have done time in bands like Obits, Edsel, Holy Fuck and more, their current outfit feels like the true culmination of their songwriting powers. How do we hold onto hope when we live in a time of unending crisis? Does love have any value if the planet is dying? Is there any justification for producing an album during a global pandemic? On their fifth full-length, Human Error / Human Delight, Brooklyn-based rockers Savak grapple with questions no less fundamental than these. They may not find concrete answers, but the exploration itself proves remarkably fertile. The duality inherent in the very title of the album indicates the group's fascination with the dichotomous nature of merely existing. The friction between the twin titular concepts power the twelve churning, driving tracks that the record comprises.
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