Opus Kink

"Horn-fuelled filth-funk, where punk and jazz combine in grimy circumstances” (Thomas Smith, NME Magazine), “Barnstorming, infectious” (Steve Lamacq, BBC 6 Music), "Always at the peril of derailing but somehow still in control – the adrenaline rush that comes from both situations is addictive" (Jamie Muir, DORK), “One of the most enjoyable genre fusions I’ve ever seen” (Nels Hylton, BBC Radio 1), “Opus Kink have crafted a world for themselves which seems theirs alone to conquer” - Elvis Thirlwell, So Young Magazine, “A raucous, intense blast of guitar pop” (Robin Murray, Clash Magazine), "A groove powerhouse” (Sarah Bolshi, Sunday Best Records), “Unlike anything I’ve ever heard” (Henry Groves, Dark Side Music), “A bit too lively” (Robert Smith, The Cure).