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1 review | 7 people love this record: be the 8th! In The Red are already in my good books this week thanks to the cracking new album by the Total Control-related Eastlink, and now they're making me even happier with this LP of snotty Pissed Jeans-meets-Circus Lupus noise rock by Watery Love. It's a staggering, swaggering mess of drunken riffs and snotty slurred hollers hewn from the very finest proto-grunge ingredients. If I didn't know better I ... »

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Decorative Feeding by Watery Love
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7 people love this record. Be the 8th!
9/10 Mike Staff review, 13 May 2014

In The Red are already in my good books this week thanks to the cracking new album by the Total Control-related Eastlink, and now they're making me even happier with this LP of snotty Pissed Jeans-meets-Circus Lupus noise rock by Watery Love. It's a staggering, swaggering mess of drunken riffs and snotty slurred hollers hewn from the very finest proto-grunge ingredients.

If I didn't know better I'd think it was recorded in 1989. I'm particularly enjoying 'Piece of Piss', which slows their deconstructed noise punk aesthetic down into an inert bit of slacker rock that's strangely cacophonous and gently uplifting at the same time. "Why don't you just get out of my life? What don't everybody leave me alone?", Richie Charles drawls lazily as the song begins its final disintegration.

This is good old-fashioned grunge angst like your dad used to make; antisocial and filthy, a perfectly executed don't-give-a-fuck pose, all buzzsaw guitars and strangled hollers. It's nasty and I like it.


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