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CRUX - Radgie Gadgie (Radio Edit) - SINGLE REVIEW


Radgie Gadgie (Radio Edit)

Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom

Credit - Chris Ord and Krzysztof Furgała

Crux are the post-punk/indie rock band that you need to listen to this afternoon. And perhaps the rest of the week. Make it a month. Their single, ‘Radgie Gadgie (Radio Edit),’ is a heavyweight rock song that fuses punk attitudes with progressive rock melodies and modern rock tones. The performance is nitro-fuelled, it blasts through speakers and headphones alike with a visceral attitude that you can’t help but fall in love with. The sound that belts from Crux is indie, underground and full of tonal spunk. Get in fast, the light is fading and the only sounds you’ll need are the harmonies and the crazy medley that blares from ‘Radgie Gadgie.’

Crux hold within them a sound that grabbed me from the first note. It's a new blend of British rock that spans the entirety of its history. Crux plays well, listens well, and writes even better. Look out, it's a ‘Radgie Gadgie!’



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