Welcome to the 9 o'clock nasty

Wednesday 16 March 2022

Reviewer brands us Weirdly Soothing and Mildly Psychotic. So that's an improvement


Jaye Maverick is an enigma. We loved the review so we checked out the old social media to find out who this person is. We feel now entirely satisfied that we are dealing with one of our people and that feels good. The Nasty Tribe grows by the minite.

The review on Rising Artists may be the last "Sex" gets before we turn our mighty promotional machine onto Playboy Driver.  By any measure it's been wildly successful for us. We live in a twilight world where not long ago 100 plays on Spotify and 50 on YouTube felt like we'd delivered. King Thing changed that (at the time of writing it has had over 3k plays, our first to do so, and 3800 plays for the YouTube video which is insane when you consider that is more that x10 what came before.

Do Me Too has massively outperformed that and it has only been out 3 weeks.

We aren't driven by numbers and data. Frankly we are too ugly to care. But it feels good to see each week a few more people have joined our tribe. Playboy Driver will accelerate that. It's an attention seeking crowd pleaser. 

Anyhoo, Rising Artists said some very nice things about the record.

9 o’clock Nasty….a name that you know and love. They are a three piece group from Leicester, UK and have just released their first EP of 2022…it’s been long awaited. “Sex” from 9 o’clock Nasty is exactly what it sounds like. “Now is the time for possibly the world’s most unlikely sex-workers to release songs about jealousy, the endless transactions of relationships and the pure charisma of a man in his meaty prime.”

Speaking as men in their meaty prime, we greatly enjoy this description. 

The group has generated almost 3,000 listeners on Spotify, in the year 2021 they released 8 EPs…that has got to be some sort of record. With the new release of “Sex” and upcoming coming release of and LP in May, people are starting to take notice and 9 o’clock Nasty is continuously giving you what you want.

Ha ha ha. Actually in 2021 it was 6 EPs, 1 single and 1 LP. We're busy people. the only inaccuracy in Jaye's words are the final sentence. We are continuously giving you what we want.

“Indoor Boyfriend” is the last song of the EP and it shows a different side of 9 o’clock nasty. Although it’s not a slow sad song “Indoor Boyfriend” is a psychotic ballad, it is weirdly soothing. As the EP comes to and end, you feel completely satisfied..that is what sex is supposed to do. This is an EP from 9 o’clock Nasty that you don’t want to miss out on.

Indoor Boyfriend is supposed to be the cuddle part. Post Sex cuddle. Which means Do Me Too is foreplay and What Have You Done For Me Lately? is.... well let's not continue with that analogy. Messy. Ick. 

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