‘Some rotter has come round, nicked all the guitars and stuff and left several classical instruments in their stead. Recording session over, right? Not if you’re Nickel Pressing, a French outfit named after a launderette chain. They make do with the remaining equipment for most their debut EP Uncanny, pushing out a pulsating blend of high-octane bowed and plucked strings over standard rock rhythms, the drum kit having evidently been too hefty for the thief.’ – Ben McCormick