Nojahoda : Most Folks Know

Most folks know a bad idea when they hear it. [a]Nojahoda[/a], apparently, don't.

Queasy, this. There's something vaguely, intangibly appealing about it, yet it remains thoroughly repulsive. Might be down to the bloke moaning, "Ohahaha" intermittently in the background, or the incomprehensible tweaked funk soul sister wail halfway through. Or, maybe, the fact that Nojahoda's new LP is called


, and the press release tries very hard to convince us that what we are hearing is "a cross between Beck and the Red Hot Chili Peppers", when it so patently is not.

Most folks know a bad idea when they hear it. Nojahoda, apparently, don't.

April Long

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