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Slim Wray / Press

“Slim Wray is every cool garage band that you love and still like no one else. The sound shifts like the colors on a vintage Wurlitzer juke box ... from melodic (‘I Gotta Girl (With a List of Needs,”)), Rolling Stones’ nasty (“Cutout”) and Memphis Blues (“Sunshine”). This Relix JamOFFwinner rocks it outta the park.”

NANCY DUNHAM - Relix Magazine

“A stripped down hybrid of aggressive blues that combines punk, pop and garage thrash into a larger than sum-of-its-parts sound.”

“...groovy riffs and barking vocals, perfect for highway hot rod cruising....in a word, radical”

“The single attacks with a rousing introduction, featuring raucous guitar chords and growling vocals with an adrenaline blast and a dose of hilarious ridiculousness. Consider yourself warned: those "whoo-hoo"s are going to infect your mind for the rest of the week.”

“A little bit punk, tweaked fuzz and distortion and a strong, '60s garage band sound melded together into a slap-yo-mama-silly sensory experience that left me wanting more than the 12 tracks Sack Lunch provided. Phenomenal from first note to final fade-out, Sack Lunch is a powerful album from an up-and-coming twosome out of the mean streets of Brooklyn.”

“Brooklyn duo Slim Wray eschew the borough’s too-cool-for-school reputation in favor of a fuzzed-out take on blues, garage rock, and good old-fashioned rock ‘n’ roll.”

“This two-man band from Brooklyn harness a guitar sound that’s a cross between a thousand angry hornets and a busted tailpipe on your uncle’s long neglected BSA….Sleazy, greasy and clearly bad for you, this band is more fun than a highlights reel of COPS. Clearly, great things are afoot here as Slim Wray develops into a dangerous machine before our very eyes”

Thrust Magazine