For some of you...It's all about the lyrics.
So, for your pleasure, here's our entire canon of tracks with vox and spoken word parts all neatly transcribed 
for you to have a sing-a-long to :)
Click to blow them up.
They're in running order from the albums they're from, so here we go, get learning!

"It's My Radar To Intercept The World" - Music HERE

"I Keep Dreaming About You" - Music HERE

"Amyl Nights" - Music HERE

"Big Bang" - Music HERE

"Danger!" - Music HERE

"File Under 'Pop'" - Music HERE

Here's the section with reviews, interviews and scribings etc...
It's been a while coming, but they're starting!

Here's a cool chat with local outlet, the Sutton Guardian on their snazzy 'Hear In Sutton' section HERE

Two involved interviews with the esteemed and progressive Rocksucker website.

Possibly our last public interface after 'I Keep Dreaming About You' HERE 

An interview following 'Big Bang' HERE 

They also super-kindly gave our 'Big Bang' LP Four and a half 'Quails' out of Five HERE

And an epic follow up interview after 'Amyl Nights' came out* HERE

*Which also garnered a terrific "Four and a half 'Quails" out of Five HERE

We've also received our very first 5/5 review for "I Keep Dreaming About You"
from the same kindly emporium which somewhat gobsmacked us HERE

There's a great review of our 'File Under Pop' EP from the rather superb
Punk Rock Kick website HERE

We also had a little mini interview in our local paper, The Croydon Advertiser which you can see displayed slightly crudely here:

We also did a little scribing work for the aforementioned Rocksucker site.
Namely a review of The Polyphonic Spree at London Forum on 31/10/12 HERE
There's also an interview with the band a couple of us had a hand in HERE


A little bit of news for Soap Company appreciators here...
We're proud to announce that one of our number has been hard at work with the rather fine London band Factory Floor in our studios in Barbican helping mix their new single (R E A L L O V E).
It was slaved and tweaked on over five graveyard shifts of jovial humiliation, impromptu naps and wine gum thieving sessions with the band themselves and resulted in one of the heftiest bastard Dance singles of the year.

The single was produced by New Order's Stephen Morris and is available HERE on 12" and HERE on digital.

Here's the track to have a taste: