Less Than 1000 Followers, @jpgchief "A mixture of Punk and Dub, or what the Nasty like to call Dub-Punk, is what “Sleepy Policeman” holds in its core. Not satisfied with their Garage Rock anthems, the British trio is now ready to explore uncharted territories. Of course, without losing who they are! Their usual sense of humour, sarcasm, and ironic lyrics are still present in their new sound, but now they present a rather dubbier instrumentation, with big fat bass, and echoing guitar licks. A nod towards hypocrisy and cynicism, the track attacks those elite law enforcement professionals, trained to give their lives to protect the rich, degenerate scum that they hold in utter contempt."
Rock Era Magazine @rockeramag “The song is slow paced and the musical arrangement is rich with intense drums blending in the background and electric guitar rhythms. The vocals are sexy, clear and sometimes high pitched. This song is so smooth and chill for any time of day. “
The Other Side Reviews @theothersidereviews “9 o’clock Nasty expands their musical horizons with something called “dub-punk”. An eloquent description of their melding dark dubstep with punk passion, there is a mellifluous fusion of two entirely different camps. One, the dub, is bold, banging and bound for the clubs; however, 9 o’clock Nasty winds their punk-rock wire around the sound with its crude, stinging craziness.… This time they take commercial anthemic club-based dub and slither it through their dark, dingy and palpably grimy sound. Insatiable and indescribable, 9 o’clock Nasty is back with its signature brand of organised chaos.”
Dark Strudel @danzigkrupp "It is rare for a song so pathologically brutal to also stick in your ear as you go about your day. I have said before that some kinds of music work well for my physiotherapy. Well this is a song that allows you to push back against the pain. The push forward for one more step."
Find No Enemy @findnoenemy “A dark and groovy punk and electronic tune from the ever so dastardly experimental garage outfit that is 9 o’clock Nasty… brings out a blend of hard rock riffs alongside a stream of dub and electronic arrangement packages to deliver a scintillatingly groovy and fun ride to enjoy. It’s a marked departure from the group’s traditional sound, showcasing their ability to deliver more than the usual high energy raw and gritty garage rock track. There’s a lot more polish to the production here, a much more focused and crisp layer to the arrangement. Still, the group manages to retain what makes them who they are, an unabashed coolness and suaveness that’s thoroughly unique and weird all at once.”