By Joe Read
with a swift and vicious swing.
The Life’s Too Short EP is spearheaded by the head-bopping, full-frontal assault single Hipsters— a hilariously accurate curb-stomping of one style by another, threading undertones of vibrant flippancy with eccentric defiance.
“Love the industry, but won’t support the underground, like a city worker jumping ticket
gates in London town”.
Hipsters - Prod Hozay.
As far as putting rhymes together in listenable and harmonious patterns to put it as frankly as possible these two have it down to a science. Thematically focused, colourful and soulfully blended. As a debut, Life’s Too Short holds exciting promise, and, with a little aforementioned vocal harnessing, could serve as the warning leaflets dropped on Japan before an atomic delivery of a full-length LP.