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Great first album!

This album has amazing everything. The vocals are so unique and really leave a lasting impact. I like the way the music is not stereotypical of what we hear all over the radio today and that you guys are going for a new sound. The guitar, the melody, just everything is great.
I really hope to hear more from you guys!
Great start keep up the good work!


All it took was a few of The Indecent songs to instantly hook me and leave me wanting more.

I'm willing to bet that not many would have expected these 4 kids under 18 to make an album that would epitomize such mature sentiments.

I hope this awesome album will garnish them much attention because they deserve to be signing with a major record label so the entire world can hear about them.

As a whole, the album flows together so well that you can't help but listen to it again and again.

Her Screwed up head is an album that stands out, so be prepared to hear a wave of other bands come out with a similar sound. This album will no doubt have their fans eagerly anticipating their next release.

Until then, people who do find them and become fans can probably be seen humming along to the album’s catchy rockin' tunes.

......Eh (part deux)

I would say that this album was original if Kurt Cobain and Nirvana never existed, but they did, so alas, this album is not original. It feels as if one is listening to a sub-par Nirvana cover band. I can understand that people like grunge, I like it too, and that this band wants to create grunge music, but as the great Miles Davis said, "Don't play what is there, play what is not there." When you have a musical influence like Kurt Cobain, do not try to exactly copy him, instead expand upon what he did, in a way making it your own (This is how music evolves over time). However, the Indecent have ultimately failed in doing this, showing an overall lack of musicianship and talent.


Formed: 2008 in New York, NY

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

With a sludgy sound that feels straight out of the grunge era, the Indecent deliver the classic sound of Seattle from their home base of New York City. Consisting of triplets Emily, Maddy, and Bo Brout, who sing, play bass, and play guitar, respectively, as well as drummer Nicholas Burrows, the Indecent revel in the languid, sludgy sounds of the '90s, evoking bands like Hole and Nirvana as they work their way through layers of melodic grime. The Indecent's first album, the self-released Her Screwed...
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