With a love of artists such as AC/DC, and drawing influence from the likes of JOAN JETT, The Kix wrote and recorded their début EP; “Lady Luck”. Six tracks of ballsy, classic rock with a fresh modern twist. Opening track “Bring The Thunder” has some slick guitar work from Sam, her vocals too sounding crisp and clear with drummer Charlotte and bassist Harriet supplying solid backing. “Right On Cue” is slightly grittier, a touch of old school punk with the influence of Jett all the more prominent, before the title track rolls in with its riff laden simplicity. It’s a slow burner, but carries with it an ample amount of dirty, denim and leather clad rock ‘n’ roll swagger.
“Playing With Fire” picks things back up again, the shortest track on offer here, again, slightly punk in tone but very melodic, an EP highlight, where as “Had It All” is probably the weakest of the six songs, if only because of the chorus, it lacks…kick. Regardless of that, the EP is rounded off with “Back To My Place”, another fine up beat rock number, possibly a nod to what I mentioned initially, it sounds like they’re having a pop at the guys who see them for one thing, when in actual fact they are here to be taken seriously as musicians, and really with this EP, it’s impossible not to. The Kix are clearly passionate about what they do, they could've gone down the easy road of becoming a post-PARAMORE female fronted pop rock outfit, but chose to stay true to the music they love in a male dominated scene, and it’s paying off. They've already played support slots with the likes of SAXON and they deserve all the praise they get. I'm sure with lady luck on their side we’ll be seeing a lot more of these in future. 
The EP "Lady Luck" is available on iTunes for just £4.74 : https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/lady-luck-ep/id709124947
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