Dog Legs are a lo-fi noise-pop duo who split their time between London and Brighton. Holiday EP is full of the type of messily melodic indie-pop that you’d expect from such a band. Their music bristles with the rubble and grit of Nuggets-era bands tempered with the sun and fun of surf. Their debut EP, Awkward, sold out in no time, so don’t hang around!
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7/10 Clinton Staff review, 15 April 2015
Kim was eating something earlier that I thought was a dog leg though it could have been chicken, this is a neat little tape of fuzzy punk pop songs that will probably cost you the same as a 'meal' from KFC.
There's two of them, they look impossibly young and they record themselves in sewers by the sounds of it. Opener 'Holidays' is a right buzzsaw pop tune that moves along at a frantic pace. On 'Ugly' they reference 60's bubblegum pop with Ramones guitars and splashy distorted drumming. on 'I trusted You' the title is repeated over a big fat grungy riff. Kind imagine Kurt Cobain playing with the Shaggs and you are somewhere close. Also think Shonen Knife especially on 'Ice Cream Cone'. Simple, punky fun.
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