Kink Ador is a band full of heat, and full of passion; the sound is thick with both the rock and the roll. Their sound is likened to the Talking Heads and the Police.
When you hear Sharon Koltick sing, you remember the promise of rock & roll — and as she fronts her earnest, taut band Kink Ador, you begin to realize that promise. The living, rebellious beauty. Art and hammers bring the sound down, and she takes her place, laid absolutely against a slamming beat, claiming vocal ground and then swinging among soaring guitar lines. This singer-bassist-horn-blowing empress leads the charge against the quick and the dead.
It is the shining goods, the reminder that a stripped down trio can bring it home. Rock. Roll. Kink Ador. Koltick — along with burning guitarist (and songwriting partner) Nick Hamilton, and fierce drummer Pearce Harrison — has staked out a scorching, punk-inflected landscape to work. No pervasive, heartsick indie territory here.