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Orangey / Press

“One band that is building a deserved solid and loyal following, is the group Orangey. Their energetic live performances, led by singer, Stephen Deg, with Rei Nonoshita, (guitar), Akemi Aizawa (Bass) and Takuro Harima (drums) are a thrill to watch. Their first self-titled CD provides us with another view of this creative group. From the opening tracks "Let's Screw Johnny Too" and Kiss Me Saturday," we are treated to strong danceable rhythms accentuated by tasteful guitar and synthesizers that provide a wonderful and sensitive background for Deg's strong vocals. Catchy melodies that continue to run around the brain after subsequent listenings are matched with striking lyrics that only add to the strength of these compositions. A well produced release that will only help to attract more fans. Check local listings for performances and try to get down and catch this band. CD's are available from the band or by contacting miwa@gvm.co.jp.”


“ Polemic world music electro pop! Orangey's debut album immerses the flair of its Japanese talent fronted by main bohemian man Steve Deg to produce a work of fresh melodic fizzy pop with an orange twist and no ice. Always sweet and never sour this is an album that treads the road of the avant garde with a Tokio kick drum and effected guitar. This is intelligent alternative pop for the thinking dancerer. Journeying down parallel roads to Pulp, Blur, Massive Attack and Gorillaz, With Orangey, Steve Deg provides us with a view to a better world with his talent as a lyrical wordsmith. ”