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Published on Mar 15, 2006
From the dead boring outer ring of London's suburbs comes Hard-Fi. They merge disco, punk and dub until they sound like the late seventies post-punk scene having a fist fight with itself. With their lyrical themes about money not equaling or even being necessary for success, it's no surprise that the D.I.Y. masterpiece "Cash Machine" was made for $500 and has put them on the map as one of the UK's most exciting young exports. You need Hard-Fi in your life. Theyre laddish, loud and Christ they sound good. - NME