“Bird Of Happiness” by 9 o’clock Nasty is really pretty, with 60’s and 70’s Rock vibes. Also, a magical dose of psychedelia.
9 o’clock Nasty doing what they do best… making fun of whoever/whatever they want, shedding a light on post-modernism bullshit.
“In his relentless physical pumping Mickey Humper demonstrates that we are not the slaves of global media empires. We salute our comrades, The Qwarks.” – 9 o’clock Nasty
9 o’clock Nasty or The Nasty Unicorns, or at least that’s what I call them, have returned. Earth’s most beloved musical team has paired up once again in an amazing feat of dexterity, musical prowess, and bizarre charm. Their new collaboration is not what we wanted… but what we deserved.
“Mood Is Low” is the 9 o’clock Nasty going back to what gave them birth. Like the prodigal son, or an excommunicated John Wick looking for solace, 9 O’Clock Nasty returns with 2 minutes of pure aggression, sweaty T-shirts, and high levels of self-induced dopamine.
“The Gastronaut was recorded in a mad 9 hour dash before we had to abandon ship. There are no second chances to record a vocal when dirty river water is coming up through the floor. Our studio has now been relocated to a building and boat is awaiting a crane to recover it. Except the piano. It belongs to the fish now.” – 9 o’clock Nasty
The songs (“The Worms”) are labelled as the “9 o’clock Nasty” version and the “I Am The Unicorn Head” version, because they were produced by each band in turn. But the composition and the playing on both tracks was completely joined up and shared.
“Glam rock, toxic masculinity, and an unlimited supply of sugar snacks. What could possibly go wrong? DISCO INVESTORS hits hard and makes a lurching glitter-strewn getaway with mismatched high-heeled boots and over-tight pants.” 9 o’clock Nasty
“Many people think Techno is heavy. Wait until they hear what he did to Low Fat Jesus. Our ears are still ringing, but we danced all night.” – 9 O’clock Nasty