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The Neo-Kalashnikovs / Press

“The single cover is quite beautiful by the way. As for the song, well in conjunction with the video it works very well. I listened to it in isolation it and it pretty quickly took me back to early 1990s indie-rock (e.g. 4 Non-Blondes). The Neo-Kalashnikovs are from the Bioletti family”

“The next big thing? Helen Flanagan puffs on a cigarette while wearing sheer negligee in her debut indie pop music video”

“The four-minute video features a barely-clad Flanagan lip-syncing the lyrics while drinking and smoking in provocative poses.”

“The four-minute video features a barely-clad Flanagan lip-syncing the lyrics while drinking and smoking in provocative poses.”

“Update: "Gorgeous Baby" is the debut single from New Zealand group The Neo-Kalashnikovs. The band came up with the idea of casting Helen in the video because their guitarist, Moss Bioletti, fancies her, and his since referred to her as his rock'n'roll muse. They asked her if she wanted to be in the video and she agreed.”

"Hey guys. Cool. Muzeek's great, Good on ya for checking it out! What do ya think?"

“Nice guitar tone. The harmony in the chorus is really good too.”

"Fuck Bfm they should call it Douche Fm"

“The Neo-Kalashnikovs are a staunchly rock 'n' roll band from Auckland City, New Zealand. Over the past few years they have been musically based in Los Angeles, California. Since being formed in 2007 by siblings Volita Pearl (singer/guitar) and Moss Bioletti (drums) the band with a rotation of different bassists has slowly but surely cultivated an underground following with their melodic intellectual rock sound. The Neos sight The Stooges, Kasabian, Blur and Autolux among some of their influences as well as 90s grunge rock and Charles Bukowski. They are currently back in New Zealand recording their debut album "She's on Heat" and will be joined by their younger sibling Gabriel Bioletti on bass.”

“Sure there are bands today that are harkening back into the alternative sounds of the 90s but none do it with great conviction and substance like The Neo-Kalashnikovs which is evident when Volita gave me a 2 track demo of their tracks ‘To Russia’ and ‘Tell YouWhat I Wanna.’”

"The tonality of The Neo Kalashnikovs harkens back the ever sweet sounds of the 90s and if you were ever a kid of the alt 90s sounds....then you've found your own musical gold. Love this band"--Nerdy Frames