Good Day Noir Family,
our “E.A.Poets Approved/Bands We Like” section is dedicated to 9 o’clock Nasty. I discovered this Band while shuffling songs on Spotify and I liked their unique sound.
This band produces a very interesting sound.
A compositional style that takes its cue from bands of the past but that at the same time adds avant-garde and modern nuances that make it unique.
The thing that I liked most about the music proposed by this eclectic band is the sincerity and freedom in composing music.
Their sound does not follow commercial rules these musicians do what they like without strings attached.
Either you like it or you don’t like it, there is no middle ground.
I liked them a lot because I believe that such innovative bands are good for music in general and can inspire other artists to be freer in their art.
A nice discovery that I recommend to everyone.
Growl is 9 o’clock Nasty’s Ep Out Now!
Wild and Unqiue!
Building on the momentum of July’s release, Leicester’s foremost alt-art garage band “9 o’clock Nasty” release “Growl” their third EP on all channels in August. Their previous EP, Dry, which featured “Unspool My Heart” a wasteland of 60’s guitar melody, was reviewed and loved as far afield as Austria and Brazil.
They asked “What Time Is Nasty?” It seems the answer is “Now.”
Danzip Krupp, writing for German music blog Dark Strudel said:
“At times I have felt that 9 o’clock Nasty were flirting with something truly original, pausing on the edge of madness, teasing us with a vision of otherworldly beatpop. Unspool My Heart made me think they may in fact have serious intent. The song made me believe that under their innocence, behind the artful posture, there was a coherent, muscular pop group fighting to get out. Monstruosa confirms that belief.“