The Kut – ‘Rock Paper Scissors’ [Review]

Artwork- The Kut RPSThe Kut have really won me over with their fresh and epic blend of assorted alt-rock stylings. When they hit their creative and original stride, the Kut look set to do some serious damage to any stuck-in-the-mud traditionalist’s sanity; but on this EP, the harsh truth is that Read more…

Posted on 24 February 2015

The Kut – ‘Alekhine’s Gun’ [Review]

the kut alekhines gunJesus Henry Christmas…this is something else. The Kut mix a whole bunch of grunge and alt-rock influences, all of whom happen to be bands I love. Alekhine’s Gun mixes Deftones-esque vibes with Read more…

Posted on 18 February 2015

The Kut – ‘Make Up’ [Review]

the kutWearing your influences on your sleeve can be a risky business. It’s a precarious tightrope walk between sound-alike copycat crap (let’s be honest – if you sound exactly like a famous band with a big discography, all you’re going to do is make your listeners head toward that band and forget you in the process), and diluted and directionless wishy-washiness. Few bands manage to keep their balance.

The Kut, however, do. Read more…

Posted on 16 August 2014

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