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Jun 7, 2016 8:54 PM

This musician have crafted their own unique brand of rock throughout their career - creating a matrimony between punk, metal and rock, catering to the taste of anyone who likes British guitar rock with added blood and guts. Read my review and click on the links, give comments and votes beneath this review.

Boasting an ear splitting career spanning over a decade, Smilex are the band who
have done it all. Several releases on Quickfix Recordings (who discovered
Youthmovies) and spots on various compilations & singles clubs, including a split ep
with The Young Knives & a collaboration with MC Lars, have made Smilex a band
renowned within their native Oxford. Explosive live shows – betraying a tendency for
reckless self-endangerment coupled with a drive to put the audience's experience
above all else – have led local music bible Nightshift to dub Smilex “Oxford's one band
Riot”. Infamous live antics have caught the eyes and ears of musical types across the
country, earning them the title of Playmusic's “best unsigned live act of 2010”, whilst
securing slots playing beneath (and raising the bar for) the likes of The Damned, The
Datsuns, and The Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster.
Latest album 'La Petite Mort' rekindles the band's relationship with producer/mixer Ace
of Skunk Anansie and promises to further bolster the band's reputation as a formidable
force, offering a fresh take on all that has came to be known as 'alternative rock'.
Combining occasional pop-punk hooks, with the grit of early Pixies and Jane's
Addiction, Smilex offers a dose of nostalgia to those old enough to remember the
alternative rock dominance of the 90's, whilst introducing all the best bits of the decade
to younger listeners. Far from being yet another derivative rock act however, Smilex
have crafted their own unique brand of rock throughout their career - creating a
matrimony between punk, metal and rock, catering to the taste of anyone who likes
British guitar rock with added blood and guts.

 

 

Above you can also read on their website, now my review about this alternative rock band.

The songs are varied from rock to quiet but sound delicious vocal, they are also very strong. This sounds very professional delicious rock music, sometimes with noise rock in it. The intro of each song starts good musical, and their voice sounds beautiful in each song. The lyrics are good the singers are good the instruments are delicious in each song, this is a top rock band. ALL songs are so amazing created, quit and noise rock in one song, he can do a lot with his voice. I love this kind of music really, I am tapping on the beat while writing this review. I love this music band, this should just be known everywhere in each countries. Therefore, share this review on every hash tag and every media you know. Rather, I would have you share this platform with this amazing rock band on it.

 

 

https://soundcloud.com/smilex

http://www.smilex.co.uk

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