Vulgar fashion uncovers what heterosexual men think about when they see sexually provocative advertising (hint: it isn’t their girlfriends)
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and stokes the flames of public panic and profit on paranoia over global contagions, extreme weather events, and food contamination scares, while mining our digital footprints to target us with ads and offers that appeal to our psychological profiles.
“'Krystal Liez' drops us straight into a pulsating electro throb, before breathy, gothic intonations of "lies[/z]" recede fall away in an digitised scream, subsumed by the beat, surging back as a redoubled techno monster. Elsewhere, the EP takes in more emotive 80s synth-pop stylings, but the opener is an icy, cold-eyed slice of pounding electro punk.” – The Quietus
“Strong darkwave debut from Vulgar Fashion. Aimed squarely at the more decadent wave 'floors, their eponymous entry deals in dramatic synths, kohl-eyed vocals and bodily drum machines arcing between the EBM thrust of 'Nite Yacht' to the piss-party-on-the-moon lyrics and prickly sensuality of 'Golden Showers' to a hell-for-leather NRG boost 'Pact With The Devil' and the poignant synth-pop of 'Krystal Tearz'.” – Boomkat
“The 5 songs that make up this album are moody, edgy, and catchy as anything. There's also an acid-washed psychedelic feel to the album which I did not expect, and which made this album feel really fresh, passionate, and genuine. I'm really impressed.” – Hammer Smashed Sound