Reminds me of raw Ramones.
Faulkner preferred classical music, but I'm sure he'd never heard anything like this and may have appreciated the sentiment. It had no 'fiddles' so that's a plus ...
Faulkner probably had an aversion to old time fiddle music or perhaps the sound of it reminded him of an ugly part of Southern Culture. A black character, Tommy ("Tawmy"), from Faulkner's Sanctuary who is mistreated, ridiculed, and eventually killed, is the focus of this line with a unfavorable reference to "fiddle" music:
"From time to time he would feel that acute surge go over him, like his blood was too hot all of a sudden, dying away into that warm unhappy feeling that fiddle music gave him" (93).