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Sunday 13 March 2022

Stripped Down For Sex, Thank You Indie O'Clock for the Review


We've always had a soft spot for Indie O'Clock, partly because they are the Indie to our Nine! They have reviewed Sex and we hope they won't mind us sharing a translated version here.

9 o'clock Nasty releases new EP "Sex" with 3 tracks. The band won't stop!

Since 2021, there are already a total of 9 EP's released. There are many differences between them. One has had a cover of Justin Timberlake's "Sexy Back,"  then there was "What Time is Santa?" at Christmas time. The band with all that irreverence, with a more acidic style of humor and with a more raw sound and vocal, now in this new EP brings news and evolution in these aspects. Fun Fact: these guys do it for fun!

The EP begins with the track "Do Me Too", with a more live, structured sound, rhythmic beats and a disconcerting guitar. The stripped rock is in the air with this track. "Do Me Too" brings all that is good in 80s rock, the current indie rock and still that garage rock footprint. 

The chorus sticks, is a success this vibe right on the first track of the EP.

The second track "What Have You Done For Me Lately?" has guitar riffs early on and then on the chorus. Here we perceive an evolution in the instrumental solo, with more body and a solid structure to the song. It's really cool to see what 9 o'clock Nasty is doing and these alternations between the previous punk and the match for the more rock side.

"Indoor Boyfriend" is the last track, has a fusion between rock and punk, with guitar touches commanding the rhythm of the track and even the beats. The vocal here is interesting, with 2 voices, shows 9 o'clock Nasty more aligned between the 2 vocals and the instruments.

Another EP of the band and every time you hear, I assure you, you become more fan of the most rock and roll guys of recent years, with criticism and the irreverent and stripped-down way of making songs.

All we can say in return is "Obrigado, vocês são os escritores mais perigosos sobre música agora. Continue fazendo o que você faz. Também adoraríamos tocar no Brasil se você encontrar um promotor que se arriscasse no nosso show de horrores."

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