Candy Darling's 'Money' is such an addictive hit of scuzzed-up, freaked-up, twisted perfect noise that it will be this 'Money' that we will all sell our souls for; and our dogs, cats and kimono dragons. It draws first blood with 10-inch heels straight out of late '70s New York. In its metronomic keys there are nods to Suicide, then it whips you across the back with vocals that are the offspring of Karen O and Royal Trux/Black Bananas' Jennifer Herrema. They drip equally with menace and seduction that buries into your primal carnal core. Then we are hit with the final piece of this S&M beast of glory, that of the most perfect fuzzed-up guitar since Jon Spencer howled with his bride in Pussy Galore. 'Money' has you on the first dark spin. By the third you are mainlining it into your frontal lobes and praying that Candy Darling don't keep us waiting too long for more. Already need more...
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