Just Listen: Walt Disco – Cut Your Hair

Walt Disco Cut Your HairWalt Disco

Cut Your Hair

Words by Gary Lambert

Okay, something wonderfully strange has happened in Glasgow.  The decadent delinquents who form Walt Disco have managed to not pierce the space-time continuum, but take it and fold it origami-style to produce something brilliant.  This is the only way I can think of that has allowed them to create an epic piece of art-pop that squeezes about eight minutes of musical ups and downs into less than two and a half minutes of genius in Cut Your Hair.

Reminiscent (in its collage format) of Good Vibrations but done on a budget, Cut Your Hair is an amalgam of eighties influences that has all the wit and swagger of Bowie, but the dirty dance of Visage’s Fade to Grey and a sprinkle of the Sandinista! period disco punk bass and guitar of The Clash.

Magnificent.  Truly magnificent.

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