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"...A bit of a belter is this 5 track EP which admittedly will slyly catch many off their guard blessed as it is with an ear catching melodically astute exterior that avoids the usual bandwagon hopping skinny jean wearing script to be tweaked with an off centred lackadaisical power pop shimmy that sumptuously ripples through its core..."
"Their range is amazing, from the softer sounds that make the songs flow brilliantly to the heavy rock that makes you bang your head and pump your fist in the air. “All Around the Sun” stands out as a clear and present favorite, which is probably due to the slightly faster, hooky beat. The variety of the songs make it hard to choose a favorite, very much like your favorite band or artist, where it’s hard to choose a favorite because each song plays to a different part of the listener. The one thing that truly sets the Neutron Drivers apart from other indie artists is the vocals. It takes confident vocalists to be able to project above the volume of the music, which many indie bands overlook. All the vocals at work amongst the Neutron Drivers do this amazingly well, especially in “Time and Time Again.” Fans of rock from any point in the past two decades, probably even farther back than that, have got to check out the Neutron Drivers."