Hibbity Dibbity – Debut Album


Aside from having the best band name, Hibbity Dibbity (just try saying that with an angry face) released their debut album just last month. The Bay Area band self-described as “psychedeliciousness” of the “West Coast Soul Butter” genre is honestly the best description for what Hibbity Dibbity sounds like.

The instrumentation in song like “Torch” and “Through the Skin” are the songs that best embody Hibbity Dibbity. These songs feature warm, liquid guitar tones with the occasional distortion – funky, soulful rock ‘n’ roll is what comes to mind.

Songs like “Fertile Eyes” are what the Bee Gees would have created if they had a little more edge or a few more lower tones to balance out those crisp, higher pitched notes.

Overall, the sound is very natural. For each song, there’s a very organic combination of the players. Yes, there are guitar solos and a vocalist that could sing circles around anyone else, everyone blends together very well to remind you that you’re listening to a cohesive band, not just a group of very talented and hardworking individuals.

Give them a listen on their Bandcamp page. If that’s not your style, you can listen on Facebook (and go ahead and throw a “like” their way, while you’re at it). It looks like they’ve got some shows coming up, too.

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2 Responses to “Hibbity Dibbity – Debut Album”

  1. These guys are the truth. The truth. Thanks for the article.

  2. Jerb Ralston says:

    Thug tones. Uber swag. Johnsonville bratwurst. Three phreases that come to mind when I think of the DIB.

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