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Nasty Little Lonely are a powerhouse. Fusing elements of Industrial Music and grinding Noise Rock with infectious hooks should be a contradiction of terms, yet the unit pull it off with ease. Hailing from the Bristol punk and noise scene that recently spat Idles into the music world’s consciousness, they bring an atmosphere of dread through the crunching stabs and sheets of sound produced by guitarist Ben Fisher, whilst frontwoman Charlie B’s bass and Martin G’s drums grind with the mechanical menace of The Jesus Lizard or Shellac. Charlie sneers through her vocal with the disgust of a young Nick Cave, and an inflection reminiscent of Kat Bjelland of the perennially underrated Babes in Toyland.

Nasty Little Lonely are a powerhouse. Fusing elements of Industrial Music and grinding Noise Rock with infectious hooks should be a contradiction of terms, yet the unit pull it off with ease. Hailing from the Bristol punk and noise scene that recently spat Idles into the music world’s consciousness, they bring an atmosphere of dread through the crunching stabs and sheets of sound produced by guitarist Ben Fisher, whilst frontwoman Charlie B’s bass and Martin G’s drums grind with the mechanical menace of The Jesus Lizard or Shellac. Charlie sneers through her vocal with the disgust of a young Nick Cave, and an inflection reminiscent of Kat Bjelland of the perennially underrated Babes in Toyland.

Rack And Ruin (album)

Nasty Little Lonely

Bass and vocals - Charlie B
Guitars - Ben Fisher
Drums - Dave Geracitano
(drums on Lizardbrain by Andy Sutor)

Recorded and produced by Nasty Little Lonely
Illustrations by Arthur Rackham

"I'm in love with this album, a really intelligent yet direct body of thoroughly addictive work. Sounds like a whole bunch of left of centre bands you'd love to crack out at the best Halloween party and nothing you've ever heard before too. A truly inspiring listen. FFO: The more gritty NIN work, Eighties Matchbox, Primus, The Cramps, all stuck through a blender with Portishead and Scratch acid. Imagine the blender is in the flat of a twisted video where everything is made out of putty and slime." Thom Egerton, GOD DAMN

"The new Nasty Little Lonely sounds like Shellac's Bob Weston playing Twister with Babes In Toyland while Marilyn Manson (Antichrist Superstar era) watches over them, calling out really awkward positions without even bothering to spin the colour wheel. Recording sounds ace, nice work!" Tom Hudson, PULLED APART BY HORSES
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  1. 1 Pound Of Flesh 03:10 Info Buy
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  2. 2 Say What You Want 03:11 Info Buy
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  3. 3 Lizardbrain (album version) 03:26 Info Buy
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  4. 4 No Way Back 03:51 Info Buy
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  5. 5 Snake Oil 03:13 Info Buy
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  6. 6 Lick By Lick 03:13 Info Buy
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  7. 7 The Priest 03:21 Info Buy
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  8. 8 Machinery (album version) 03:22 Info Buy
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  9. 9 Dead In The Water 02:21 Info Buy
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General contact, licensing enquiries, demo submissions et al. contact the Company Director, Michael Edward at michael@lonernoise.com
Loner Noise is a Trading Style of Elevant Music Limited