London based twee punks Qlowski propose an uncommon post-punk sensibility, propulsive rhythms, a modern spin on kiwi-pop and a weird combination of dark punk, noise rock and flower pop. Television Personalities, Hannett’s production style, The Clean, Killing Joke, Aussie Punk? Let’s call it Concrete Punk.
‘Shifty rhythms, circuitous bass-and-guitar interplay, feedback bridges that disappear beneath the musicians’ feet… smart and sharp songwriters who constantly teeter on the edge between light and dark, twee and death-rock. Their unrest is our pleasure.’ — Jes Skolnik (Bandcamp)