"Great single from this Brighton three-piece who sound like Krautrockers Can at their woozy pyschy, drone-rocky best. It's built round a nagging, insistent groove and their focus remains true."
"The tracks on debut album 'Looming' weave between primordial bone-shakers, stretched-out growls and ethereal retro-pop nuggets."
"...Please join me on a descriptive journey through our debut album 'Looming'. Ok, I'm having to download it..."
"Negative Pegasus will melt down all your shit records with lethal vibrations."
"I don’t necessarily feel that music has to be ethereal to be “psych”, it can be super harsh and guttural too… I guess it depends what kind of visions you're hoping to invoke."
"Neg Peg have the noble ambition of wanting ‘people that have heard Negative Pegasus not to be able to hear anything else because they are now deaf and/or insane.’"
"'Looming' is a record that can turn contemporary UK rock upside down."
"Ones to look out for’ over the next year or so..."
"This is, for lack of a better phrase, some heavy shit."
"It’s dark and droning, but anyone will find it difficult to resist being pulled in by the twists and turns."
So what is a negative Pegasus? A horse with no horn?
"Melting Our Consciousness Into A Slippery Field Of Kaleidoscopic Vision"
This is the sound of a band in sonic meltdown, yet so impossibly in control as their sci-fi psychedelia hits the spot.
"Negative Pegasus are calling what they do repetition rock - and never has a style been so aptly named or clung to.."
'Floating Omen' is taken from the Brighton band's forthcoming debut album 'Looming' and will come out through Smalltown America Records this month.
"Axis Of declared their intention to play shows in each of Ireland's 32 counties."
The 4O5 on Looming's "characteristic sense of impending danger"
"I have a sneaking fondness for music that sounds like your [record] player is broken..."
""Pyschic Energy’s" Sabbath meets Refused squall all the way to "Visitations" apocalyptic, feedback soaked climax. "
'The band flitter between the sounds of the noisy, the kraut, the math, the psychedelic and even the drone to create something interesting, unusual, and unique'
''Looming' is a blend of hard and heavy electronica, stirred in with all manner of riffage. Just imagine Daft Punk with plenty more guitar' - 3/5
'A sonic blast of twin guitars interlocked in a clashing competition of dissonant riffing through a relentless 'Mo Tucker' pounding Groove'
Derry swear words, collective penile length and who would win between a monkey and a bear with knives. Oh, and there's a bit about music too...
Negative Pegasus' second single from their upcoming debut album 'Looming gets its first exposure through The 405
'Sullivan and Gold[s] songwriting quality blows everyone away on what is essentially their first gig.'
'It's hard sometimes when you review so much to stay excited when you see a handful of genres and other band names on a press release, you become jaded pretty fast; thankfully Brighton trio Negative Pegasus cut through any and all crap with this fantastic single release of ballsy psych' - 10/13
'[LaFaro] unleash a troika of songs that few local bands have it in their arsenal to match. ‘The Ballad of Burnt Dave’, ‘Sucking Diesel’ and ‘Tupenny Nudger’ are delivered with the band’s typical acerbic abandon ensuring that a set which had threatened to veer of course remains a triumph.'
Chris explains why 'Graft Theft Auto: Vice City' is his favourite game
'Dreamy, colourful, otherworldly...Clark Kent better watch his back, there's a new contender for the title of Krypton's most famous son'
"I think this is lovely...Everyone should go buy it" - Gerry Anderson
"Bear Knuckle Fight" gets played by Phillip Taggart standing in for Huw Stephens alongside You Me At Six and Nicky Minaj?
Neg Peg's "Psychic Energy" was played on Art Rocker alongside Moon Duo and Future Of The Left
Brighton Noise photo gallery of Negative Pegasus as Creedence Clearwater revival at Bizarro World #2
Negative Pegasus' 'Floating Omen' on Artrocker Radio
'Some art demands that you slow your brain down before you take it in, and though I don’t like doing what I am told, at all or ever, I will do it for 'Floating Omen'.'
'The drummer’s relentless beat led the way as acid visuals flowed upwards, and the bass-less guitarists followed her lead.'
LaFaro to support We Were Promised Jetpacks at the German festival this Summer. Mach Show!
'A mix of droning, grinding loops with wild, sheets of guitar feedback to create a malevolent stew of hard-psyche and woozy, drone-garage.'
'Industrial guitar squeals and some pained banshee howls coating cyclic, juddering grooves, the sound of rock n roll locked into an eternal 8 bar loop while the world outside collapses'
'Negative Pegasus' sound is a world away from their sunny, seaside home in Southern England... consisting of sheets of guitar feedback floating above primal, pounding drums.'
'The band are reportedly influenced by "the consciousness expanding New York repetition-rock of Oneida, the free-time whirl of Sightings, the shamanistic stomp of Knyfe Hyts and the joint-snapping mathematics of KILLL and Zu".'
'Consciousness expanding, hard-psych three-piece from Brighton, England. For fans of Oneida, Ex Models and Can.'
This Is Fake DIY talk about the release of Negative Pegasus' debut single 'Floating Omen'
Negative Pegasus' debut single 'Floating Omen' is premiered exclusively on the 405 and is also their 'Track Of The Day'
LaFaro Support No Spill Blood on July 5th Upstairs Whelan's, Dublin
'A sensitive piano ballad full of yearning...like a smoothed-out Tom Waits song'
'Our Krypton Son are releasing a second single from their debut album and my, what a single it is.'
'‘Plutonium’...is a soft piano ballad that drifts between a hushed Jeff Tweedy-style delivery and a growly Dennis Wilson-esque ode, complete with warped ‘Pacific Ocean Blue’ style studio effects. It’s short and sweet but delivered perfectly.'
Our Krypton Son's latest single 'Plutonium' released today
'Blessed with a thundering, throbbing, heavy duty sound, typified by breakneck rhythms, clattering percussion and snarling vocals, Black, Magee, LaFaro and Lynn easily charm the pants off the Whelan’s massive, some of whom are too entranced by the racket to headbang along.'