NME Zoltar review

July 26, 2011

“Thrills do not thrive in music too mundane – a lesson Gemma Ray knows by heart – and blows sugary femme-pop out of the water on her second album. The spaghetti western snarl of 1952 mixes boy/girl lyrics in captivating conflict, while ‘You Got Me In A Death Roll’ rumbles along with minimalist purrs. Frustrated though her feelings may be, it doesn’t matter; wielding every thorn in her side like a weopan, Gemma Ray is untouchable.”

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