Posts tagged "We Cut Corners"

Words For Music reviews We Cut Corners’ “Best Friend”

Words For Music gives We Cut Corners’ single “Best Friend” a great 8/10. “The riff initially is very simple as it skips between two chords, and reminding of a good old fashioned rock and roll song… The slithery lyrics seep out of the song effortlessly, and they sound genuine and real.”

Shout For Music features We Cut Corners’ new single “Blue” making it their “Track Of The Day.” Listen here

Ben Walton of Contact Music gives a glowing review of We Cut Corners’ new album “Think Nothing,” scoring it a 4.5/5. “Think Nothing’ is one of those rare albums that you can discover again and again. This is album of the year type stuff.” Read here

XLR8R presents the premiere of Magical Mistakes’ remix of We Cut Corners’ single “Blue.” “The pairing of Osaka, Japan transplant Magical Mistakes and Irish indie-rock duo We Cut Corners may seem an odd one, but nothing sounds out of order on the former’s remix of “Blue.”” Listen here

It’s unusual that I interview a band and question my own eloquence. Interviewing Dublin’s We Cut Corners was one of those rare occasions. To be honest, I expected as much, having listened to their head-scratchingly brilliant music – all wit and wordplay over crunching drums and guitars. For our ‘5

Pop Press International present the US premiere of We Cut Corners’ new single “Best Friend”. “The song starts with multi-tracked, rhythmic vocals sputtering over of minimalist production but soon explodes into a fury of gritty guitars and a cacophony of drums and symbols.” See it here

Frank Skinner of Absolute Radio plays “Best Friend” by We Cut Corners alongside tracks by U2, Arctic Monkeys & Blur.

We Cut Corners’ new single “Blue” gets airplay by Jim Gellatly on his Amazing Radio show. Listen here (15mins 30s)

Subbacultcha give a great feature on We Cut Corners’ new single “Blue.” “An astonishingly dynamic single, full of coursing drums, guitars jangling simple chords with vocals that are blessed with a primal howl….” Read here

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