Sep 29, 2020

It seems like a while since Pulp Music came out so it’s good to know that Neurotic Fiction is still out there doing its stuff—that stuff being post-punk with added jangly indie pop vibes. Jessie Pfunder’s vocals ease their way softly through the angular sounds sublimely, smoothing off some of the edges as the two elements intersperse. My stand-out tracks from the four have to be “Leather, Bristles, Studs and Acne” and “Happy Goth,” both of which have a fuller sound and a bit more drive to them. –Rich Cocksedge (Specialist Subject,

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