Good Day Noir Family,
I already reviewed 9 o’clock Nasty in the past but they are out now with a new Ep and I want to share my opinion about it.
The raw and rough sound of this band always manages to impress me.
This is real music, the one played in garages or small bars. Proletarian music made of sweat and blood … the rock of 9 o’clock Nasty is conducted without strings attached.
A direct, honest and sincere sound that manages to excite the listener. The production is innovative as usual and the choice of sounds is always highly sought after.
This Ep contains all the compositional skills of this band. The compositional and interpretative freedom leaves you astonished.
Nasty 9 o’clocks do not follow trading rules and rely completely on their instincts.
Another good job from this great one. band.
Dust is 9 o’clock Nasty’s Ep Out Now!
Real and Beautiful!
The EP opens with Say No To Funk. A relentless bass and guitar groove to hook-and pull you. If They Won’t Eat Beef continues with a prime cut of guitar pop with trademark 9 o’clock Nasty wall-of-voices chorus call and response. The final track Last Chance goes against everything the band have previously released.
In place of the short and direct line, the song slowly unfurls, sensual but full of longing and sadness. The song offers the lost lover a final chance to take them back. It also features a video containing cats to assure world domination.