Miss T & The Japanese Tourists; Killing Me (5 Track Demo) - Review

Miss T & The Japanese Tourists

Miss T & The Japanese Tourists; Killing Me (5 Track Demo) - Review

Miss T & The Japanese Tourists; Killing Me (5 Track Demo)

Babydoll indie/gothic punk with a dominatrix edge to it is enough to frighten off even a former Cabinet Minister, but Miss T's infectious beat and raw but alluring vocals lure you into her web of seduction, sordidness and pure fun. The seedy and alluring 'Little Girl' displays all this London outfit's boldness and provocative nature that is oozed from Miss T and encapsulated in her P J Harvey cat-fighting with Madonna vocal range. The playful title track zaps into your consciousness; a sense of fun and danger mingled together making it hard to differentiate the boundaries between the two.

Miss T & The Japanese Tourists; Killing Me (5 Track Demo) - Review

Buzzing around the London underground scene with endeavour, attitude and frivolity has seen Miss T and co creeping closer and closer to recognition and a record deal, but their salaciousness and forthrightness may frighten and alarm mainstream huggers. Good!

www.misstandjts.com

David Adair

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