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Semitt Falls / Press

“This Friday we will be playing at Shangri La in the Carlton Club, Prestwich. Come down Enjoy us and Modern Blonde and poet Joe O'Bryne.”

“Monkey See, Monkey Do Doo is an edgy, visceral recording that shows signs of a band willing to push stylistic and sonic boundaries. With this album, Semitt Falls have successfully defined their sound, and it will be interesting to see how they build on this foundation in the future. Manchester metal act Semitt Falls new release Monkey See, Monkey Do Doo is a raw, energetic album from a talented young band. Mixing several genres with the groups metal influences, the album moves from Electonica to Drum and Bass with relative ease. De.Fi.Ant, the albums third track, introduces the listener to the bands various sonic characteristics. The piece utilizes synth lines comparable to Aphex Twin, creating an interesting dynamic within the track between the drum and bass textures and the groups metal core. This shows Semitt Falls ability to go beyond the confines of their genre, creating their own individual sound.”

“Still trying to catch a breath after the initial introduction the next song whips it away again before it can be consumed whilst offering the first example of the perpetual diversity which wonderfully fuels the sound of the band. Late For Drum And Bass Reasons is the best track on the album by far which considering the quality elsewhere is a mark of how good it is. The band ruptures drum and bass sounds whilst filling the fissures with incisive melodic rock and ragga tinged beats. Twisting and winding around the ear like a sonic python the track leaves one lost in a sizzling groove of manipulative imagination amidst a corruptive maze of wickedness. Illegally addictive the song leaves the atmosphere sizzling and senses smouldering with its electronic force and corrupting power. Think Pendulum, Hadouken, and Shrikes in an unbridled mosh with Skindred and Collisions and you get a whiff of the goodness inciting every pore.”

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