A new quintet whose jarring clatter and short sharp tunes make them a welcome addition to the fold. ‘Seeking Arrangement’ – their latest following a recently-released debut EP – is part Girl Band itchy discordance and part noisy grunge thrash. In and out in just over 90-seconds, it’s a big heavy wallop of sound that’ll club you round the ears and leave you wanting more. – DIY Magazine
With their sound firmly rooted in the Brighton hardcore scene, DITZ make neurotic angular thrash punk that pulls you into its paranoid drama. The quintet have garnered a reputation for their wild energetic shows, playing alongside other excellent acts such as LICE and Pulled Apart By Horses. Now their new single has dropped via Permanent Creeps and is dying for a listen. ‘Seeking Arrangement’ is an erratic triumph, a whirling frenzy complete with chilling guitar lines, moaning bass and a chorus that is as cathartic as it is haunting. – SoYoung
Shambling its way forward via wiry, telegraph-line guitars before dropping like a huge slab of squalling noise, the song feels like a one and a half minute quest through twenty-five years’ worth of punk, grunge, noise and thrash influences. Indeed, the best way to think of Ditz’s sound is like one of those big top tents that’s just wide enough to cover all of the various member’s tastes and personal inspirations, of which there are many. – Loud & Quiet
False Advertising was formed by Jen Hingley and Chris Warr in 2013, with Josh Sellers completing the lineup in 2014. Upon deciding that between them they could produce and release their own music,
they set about writing and self recording their debut album.
The band released their first single ‘Dozer’ and self-titled album False Advertising in 2015, in June 2016 they released a 7″ single on Too Pure
The band are noted for their live instrument swapping.
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