If that's the orthodoxy, then Hit and Run is a straight out Fortean phenomenon. It's taken from the album Daily Dance, recorded in a kitchen in Ohio in 1972. It's a completely unprecedented slice of atonal primitivism recorded by a pair of musical outsiders and given a very limited release. Tantalisingly, there are a few moments here which give this music context. One guitar passage in particular - and maybe the drum sound - ties this to its era, but the rest of it could have been made at any time in the past 40 years. Apparently Snyder was influenced by early VU gigs, but this is more pre-echoing early Sonic Youth and sludge metal. An amazing discovery.
Doug Snyder & Bob Thompson - Hit and Run