Soho What ‎– The First Impression Last

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Sometimes Records ‎– SR_03, Fonoarte ‎– SR_03
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01 Mud Dance 3:33
02 Kitty Mama Dada Bow-Wow 2:37
03 She Said: "St. Jihad!" 2:39
04 There Is Nothing 3:37
05 New Deal 3:29
06 Stop Everything 2:01
07 Woman With The Big Fat Pig In Her 3:00
08 5 Is More Than 4 4:05
09 Afraid Of Love 4:18
10 A Simple Love 4:16

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22 novembre 2011

Head Hermitage/ADDRESS DRUDION
November 2009
written by Julian Cope
http://www.headheritage.co.uk/addressdrudion/126/

Singular in a very Electro-Buzzsaw manner is THE FIRST IMPRESSION LAST by Soho What, whose catchy bastard post-punk toons blaze along Chrome-esque shock corridors into intertwining cul de sacs of 39 Clocks- and Metal Urbain-isms, while Transatlantic Faust-style lead vocals conjure up Electric Manchakou sub-sub-French Detroitisms, know wharramean? Imagine A Certain Ratio’s classic ‘All Night Party’ 45 performed over a rhythm of Devo’s ‘Satisfaction’, or maybe the autobahn’n’ice-rink motorik of the Stones’ ‘Shattered’ and yooz reaching the Soho What pleasure centre. Top marks, however, go to the snarling epic ‘She Said’, with its snidey Howard Devoto-meets-Barney Albrecht matter-of-fact vocal and hectic HALF MACHINE LIP MOVES-style Cleveland No Wave machine gun riffing. Hailing from Italy, Soho What is run by one Rodolfo Borsella, who has very little presence on the ‘worldwide’, but – for his classy hybrid of Cleveland, No York, De Twat and London – really should be searched by those interested souls via