Sunday, June 6, 2010

review from radelaide..

so we've been gutting away on the road for a few weeks now, having played with the likes of Miami Horror, Wolf & Cub, The Protectors etc.. so heres a taste of what's been going on.. a live review from our last trek to south oz..

Melbourne’s Red Ink took to the stage next and pulled in the punters with superb indie rock. Once you see these guys live you understand why the buzz behind them continues to sky rocket. Blistering guitars and thumping bass lines duel for supremacy as Josh Jakubenko’s sublime voice rises above the driving drums that encapsulate all that is right with this four piece. Putting on an energetic and lively performance, with Jakubenko’s hypnotising vocal strains and stage presence leading the way, it is the well crafted tunes that really make Red Ink stand out from the crowd. New single Battlescars has a very British feel with a fantastic sing along chorus while set closer Audrey leaves you feeling sweaty, euphoric and just a little guilty, much like a one night stand. Red Ink are the real deal and deserve the success that is surely on its way.

Rave Review - Tobias Handke 23/4/2010

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