““Finally a band from north of the border got angry enough to start shouting about it, hailing back to the days when real bands made music, for real people. This is the band with the balls to pull the uk out of the musical recession that has its grip all over this once great musical nation, in other words “ave it cowell”, you need this album”.”
Rocket Dog Reviews - London
"Had your song in my head all day today!. Been in a Freennnzzzzyyyy! Well done yesterday lads you were brilliant"
Future Music - Live & Unsigned Judge
““Redstar sent shivers down the spines of the scene kids, then made them re-assess there attire”.
BBC Radio Manchester
"You guys rock - and you can quote Lyric Lounge Review on that! Seriously can't wait to see you guys again. Call us."
Lyric Lounge Review
““RED STAR are a notch or two above the hundred and one acts currently vying to be the NME's next favourite band"
Leeds Music Scene
““Attention Grabbing” “And just when you thought that a riff couldn’t get any catchier RED STAR break it up and it becomes even more maddeningly addictive””
Review - Law and Order
"RedStar ooze Kasabian-style danger”
“Redstar – Proper West-Yorkie, gotta love it. Loved this frontman when we first saw him in audition. Great attitude. Can’t take my eyes off him. I bet their gigs are pretty fun. “Pure attitude with loads of ballsy music. Top front man!””
Aziz Ibrahim - Ex Stone roses Guitarist
““Laidback Indie grooviness” “Solid, Competent rock” " “The sound of a band having fun” “Classy old school swagger” “Strutting cock-rock confidence” “Refusing to take the obvious route” “A liberal dose of pop ballad packed with shiny hooks and easy on the ear instantly likeable melodies” “Foot tapping fun” “Its impossible not to get caught up in this songs prozac bounce” “Guaranteed to put a smile on your face” “Hypnotising the listener before reeling them in” “Delicate acoustic strains meandering along in sublimely mellow fashion” “Willingness to think outside the box””
Jessica Thornsby Review - Law and Order
““The lads from ‘REDSTAR’ definitely have a big future with influences ranging from Oasis, The Stones Roses and a twist of Kasabian, they ARE the band to rejuvenate indie rock. In ‘Northerners In London Town’, they may well have a modern classic”.”
Sheffield Student Magazine