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Black Heart Procession and the Saw

Live Review: Black Heart Procession at Hi-Dive, Monday, December 12, 2011

Black Heart Procession and the Saw

Black Heart Procession played a long – maybe too long – set at Hi-Dive last Monday night (Photo: http://www.owlandbear.com, 2008)

You could say that The Black Heart Procession bears a large portion of responsibility for the sound of “indie” today, and you wouldn’t be wrong. Since the members’ initial involvement in the seminal Three Mile Pilot in the late ‘90s, they’ve been championing a slow, psychedelic-but-gruff Pink Floyd style that’s only been solidified and made  more sad with their latest incarnation.

They played a long set – almost too long – at Hi-Dive last night that magnified their dour atmosphere even more, but that was satisfying nonetheless.

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