7" £4.49 BMR001
7" on Mammoth Records. Edition of 500 copies.
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Another duo. Everyone’s a duo these days, it’s down to the recession, no-one can carry a huge band around these days. Two is fine, one to drive, one to look at the map, one to play guitar and bass, the other to drum. Fine.
They produce an angular racket full of distorted twisty guitars and pounding drumming. So far, so Drenge but these lads are much much heavier. Massive riffing, a bit of Led Zeppelin, bit of The White Stripes, chunk of Queens of the Stone Age, seem about to be big especially after Arctic Monkeys squeaker Matt Helders wore their t-shirt on live TV. Get it quick.
8/10 Jason Customer review, 31st December 2013
BBC sounds of 2013, 13 acts however only one rock act. Bloody marvelous. As other reviewers have stated there is an obvious Zeppelin influence, never a bad thing. It's tight, well written, both sides rock! As a vinyl addict I need to hear music properly, in a sad time of ringtone downloads out selling what is essentially art, this is a breath of fresh air and these boys are damn fine in there own right, regardless of obvious influences. Keep it coming :-)
9/10 Clive gorman Customer review, 6th December 2013
I read about these guys and wondered What just a drummer and bassist might sound like, especially as I have played the bass guitar in the past! Obviously, we have heard what the White Stripes and Deap Vally can achieve but , a bass guitar? Well, what we have is a quite explosive and frenetic blast which just blows you away! How they achieve this massive sound is remarkable and, I am sure this will have been done before but, pretty unique in a world of nobody doing anything different! I'm not sure what music category to put them in but, music categories restrict the punters likelihood of giving certain kinds of music a listen! If you like loud then listen to this at full blast and wait for the blood to trickle out of your ears! Ace!
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