We Are Scientists interview
EMI Australia has an insightful interview with Chris about the album. There’s some promising news for you Aussie fans in this podcast too.
WE ARE SCIENTISTS: BRAIN THRUST MASTERY ***
The Scotsman says the band “might benefit from a dose of their own aspirational doctrine in order to achieve their full potential.”
We Are Scientists, Brain Thrust Mastery
The Guardian gives three stars and says W.A.S. “fare much better when imposing their guitars on the less predictable ends of 1980s pop.”
We Are Scientists – Brain Thrust Mastery
The First Post says “much of the album, operates somewhere between uber cool and ultra naff.”
We Are Scientists – Brain Thrust Mastery – Review
This BBC reviewer says the album is “a rather lifeless document compared to the sunshine of Love and Squalor.”
We Are Scientists/Brain Thrust Mastery
Teletext thinks they “fail to bring inventive hooks.” (Gosh, this feels like a post of mostly bad reviews of the album, sorry guys.)
GIG Review: The JD Set Presents: Art Brut
Look like there was a special guest singing “Bang Bang Rock & Roll.” There are much better photos of this show here at this Flickr set (thanks to Simone and Laura).
We Are Scientists – Cribs – Brain Thrust Mastery
There’s a show in Paris at Nouveau Casino on April 27 (thanks, Christelle!).