Loren Scott - Vocals & Guitar
Gary Brady - Bass, all the tools & Keyboards
Guy(Freak)Whitby - Drums and percussion
All songs written by Loren Scott
Produced by Gary Brady and Loren Scott @ Escapade Studio, Greenwich, London
Mastered by Denis Blackham @ Skye Mastering
"Loren Scott is a London rocker with soul, panache and cavernous depth. A voice boasting more character than a Cecil B. DeMille Movie, she oozes emotion and reaction through her deep, atmospheric PJ Harvey like absorbed tones. With a splash of Patti Smith, and a twist of Tori Amos distinctiveness.
Her songs balance driving grunge rock with haunting mistiness. Her band layer sounds beyond the traditional assortment of instrumentation and sonic inserts, the eerie sci-fi, Jeff Wayne would love them, electronic wails of 'Collective'. The fuzz ball guitars and treacle thick beats of 'Love Affairs' Smashing Pumpkins vibe. The murkiness of the minor chord heavy riffs and broken soundscape is echoed through a lyrical portrayal riddled with turmoil and disillusionment, "If God is dead save your money, I can't believe there's a next world", "I don't think I should have to live in this hate". Here is a songwriter expressing her innermost soul in a highly personal manner and that takes talent, guts and really reels the listener in.
A thought provoking artist, fabulously well crafted songs that peel back like brooding red rock onions. An album that rewards generously for a solid dig through it's many levels of discovery. Listen to it, listen to it again then listen to it once more and let it marinade like a fine wine or a good book and let it sink in just how good it really is."
Martin Kendrick / Noize Makes Enemies
"Loren Scott is ace. From the dominatrix hauteur of 'Collective' through bittersweet confessional, electro filth ('Menschen Fresser'), chanteuse, but mostly pure punk, every performance is confident and arresting. Beats and keyboards are trashy and witty - the jaunty bossa nova that frames the Kirsty McCall-alike 'T-Cut' - and support the vocals with elan."
Robin Fahy / TASTY Fanzine