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The Broxton Hundred / Press

“Through a combination of easy-to-listen-to melodies, beautifully-crafted lyrics and a great deal of instrumental chemistry, they’ve created songs with allure, passion and purpose; there are no fillers....”

“...they have a unique pull for me, as 2 out of 3 of them hail from my own neck of the woods in the North West. And I do love a song with a northern accent!”

“The last song was so new it doesn’t even have a name, a Fools Gold inspired dance workout, Rich O’s Reni style drumming, and I must just say I’ve never seen such a laid back drummer, Rich L’s funk pop bassline and soul filled voice married with Gaz’s angular style, that belies his fluid playing made for a great closer.”

“Very 60’s British Invasion inspired and executed very well indeed, tight and sharp…..then something happens……the drums pound like an Wigan stomper, the guitar becomes a cross between The Byrds and Johnny Marr while Rich L’s clear and insistent “this will start and end here” delivers on all fronts. A top slice of modern art pop.”

“New Artist of the Day really is a new one today – The Broxton Hundred have only been together around five months but are already prolific on the London live scene and their pop/psych rock is definitely worth a listen. Owing a musical debt to The La’s and the Stone Roses, The Broxton Hundred formed in early 2012 and are already showing off a great set of tunes and live performances belying the short length of time they’ve been together. There is a hefty dose of psychedelia in the tripping, tight guitar lines; punch-drunk funk in the in-your-face bass; pop sensibilities as the vocals find their groove. There are some really smooth sounds coming from this band. Luxuriously rich layers of sound for a three-piece and some laid-back grooves that show a confidence and joy in the playing of their own songs.”

“Mixing psychedelic guitar lines with a groove orientated rhythm section and soulful catchy melodies.”

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