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QUEASY are a 4-piece funk/rock band from Manchester, England, who incorporate the spirit of that famous city with their electrifying live performances and original recorded material. Having shared a stage with the likes of Idles, Hands Off Gretel, Avalanche Party, Bloody Knees and Ask My Bull at festivals and gigs around the UK, QUEASY have earned a reputation as one of the most exciting new bands to emerge in recent years. The buzz surrounding their recent recordings, and blistering live sets, has certainly caught the attention of music industry insiders and taste-makers alike. The QUEASY sound fills the void between the mosh pit and the dance floor with infectious, unforgiving grooves, and is played with a combination of skill and energy by a band at the top of their game.
"The QUEASY sound is both infectious and unapologetic; an explosion of energy and talent throughout." Ceryn Sara - Discovered Magazine
"If you like your music to be fast, fiery and dark, with great vocals, lashings of funk guitar and tight rhythms, you won’t go far wrong with this. QUEASY by name, but not by nature.” Roxy Gillespie – Louder Than War
"There was great enthusiasm and energy from the topless drummer, awesome chords throughout and great beats that reminded me of early Red Hot Chilli Peppers combined with Rage Against The Machine. Definitely put these on your must see list." Rachel Brown - Northern Exposure Magazine
"The feel-good EP of the year? Queasy sure make a statement with their self-titled release. It’s groovy, bubbly, joyful and booty-shaking rock kicking off with the energetic rhythm of Jackdaw. A strong chorus, an attention-grabbing vocal performance and funky riffs really stand out. Especially when it fires up.
Queasy then shows that they have an ear for melody too with Play Stupid Games Win Stupid Prizes. A moodier track, the meandering riffs alongside more mellow vocals and simplified beat works well.
Finally we have Sunshine which builds on what the previous song did albeit with a bit more fire in the belly. Like rising vomit, the verses gurgle and build, warning you of the impending eruption. At least here it’s a lot more enjoyable. Make sure you check out Queasy, they’ve crafted a very good EP." Carl 'The Disc' Fisher - GBHBL
"The melody is slick and the band’s aggression is laid bare for all to hear." Jake Hancke - Jacksmedia.net