The Noisettes - Scratch Your Name Single Review


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Review of Scratch Your Name Single by The Noisettes

The Noisettes
Scratch Your Name
12/06/06
Mercury Records
Single Review

The Noisettes Scratch Your Name Single

This number contains a sort of prowling sound that makes you feel as though you are being following down a dark alley, but there is something mystifying and comforting to it also.

The sizzling starlet Shingai uses her Katie Jane Garside vocal kick, to weave in and out of the accompanying ambient transforming into a fuzzy bass led, rock accompaniment. Shingai along with band mate Dan, honed her craft with Sonarfly and the grab life ethic of this song is to some extent, justifying the future of rock tag that is being slapped upon them.

David Adair




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