Future Disco ‘s new album is out now, features a remix of our track If You See Me, and is BBC Radio 6music Compilation of the Week. Ta very much to Lauren Laverne for giving it a spin earlier today.
But Sink Ya Teeth surpasses mere genre mimicry, as Uzor and Cullingford channel the feeling as well as the sounds of classic dance music. Style is easy to copy, but attitude is hard to fake, and Sink Ya Teeth have plenty of the latter. I feel a little depressed/A little melancholy at best, they intone in deadpan unison on breakout single If You See Me, their disaffection a perfect match for the dry beat and rubbery bass. Throughout their self-titled album, Sink Ya Teeth prove they can convincingly handle a plethora of styles-but it remains to be seen whether there’s more to their retro-modern aesthetic than capable replication. Their debut is enough to spark curiosity about where they’ll take their sound next, though, and that’s no small accomplishment.
Throughout their self-titled album, Sink Ya Teeth prove they can convincingly handle a plethora of styles-but it remains to be seen whether there’s more to their retro-modern aesthetic than capable replication.
The Norwich duo’s take on punk-funk is as infectious as it is emotionally engaging. If the return of LCD Soundsystem gave you punk-funk nostalgia, you need to hear Norwich duo Sink Ya Teeth. The pair are old hands on the Norwich scene – Cullingford formerly played bass in cult art rockers KaitO (whose vocalist Nik Colk went on to form Factory Floor), and Sink Ya Teeth evolved after she joined Uzor’s gothic-bluesy.
Sink Ya Teeth - Glass (Album Mix). Download MP3. Sink Ya Teeth.