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Review from Woodstock Punkrock

So after a little of chit chat on the old Facebook, this Single was whacked in the Post by Mr Squizzercrow for me to have a listen to and pass comment on, so that is exactly what I am about to do

U KILL ME

Ok here we go, the heavy grinding, smoky bass grinds its way into your face, cool as fuck with a ciggie hanging from its Jack Daniels soaked lips, smoke curls up into the darkness and is soon joined by punchy drums and a echoey rocking semi acoustic distorted guitar, cool punk rock n roll, the drums punch you hard and the guitar chuggs as we build to a little slice of simple guitar riffing, a sneer tinged vocal sweeps in, steady and slow, this is intertwined with some nice cool dude guitar riffing, sharp dressed music for sure, you cant help but like it, a real different style here and I am a fan, slowly the pace picks up and up and by the end of the song this rock n roll is Punked up, and has me throwing myself around like an old rag doll haha 8/10

Here was have a reggae feel added to the too cool for school sound, the smoke curls from the end of the joint as we reeeeelax, vocal is more haunting and angelic on the verse here, until the stuttering chorus that feigns a build up, but just doesn’t quite get there, instead it drops back to the first riff and we repeat until we get a nice dub breakdown, just drums and vocals reminds me of those 12” B sides of the early 80s Punk, soon we are all reintroduced to the rest of the band and this slow, chilled wind, continues through to the sudden end, what? No that’s it? Bah damn it I want more!!! 7/10


To put it simply yes I am a fan, its that simple, this is good catchy music, chilled and a little spacey, a real different style to what we may be used to hearing, its refreshing though and reminds me of a couple of obscure bands whos names have long since left my mind, not that it matters, I want to hear more from them now, and also see them live, how would this fare? I don’t know, but I certainly want to find out

Get this single and you will be reaching for ya cool shades and brothel creeper sneer, fuckin Ace.

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released 17 December 2013

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