Hudson Super Six
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Hudson Super Six

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"Six on the Brain"

Joy of Six by Hudson Super Six on Sumo Construction. 4/5.

Born out of 3 of Derby's finest signed artists, Cable, Iris and Scribble, Hudson Super Six have delivered what I hope you'll find a 'Joyous' (excuse the pun) taster of what is yet to come from a full length album. Think Zeppelin and Sabbath's hard rock edge teamed up with glam rock pop sensibilities. There are nods to new wave and the 90s art punk bands that inspired the HS6 members' original outfits, but this is firmly in the rock camp. If you like Queens of the Stone Age then you'll love Hudson Super Six, who are taking back that UK pioneered big rock sound from these US crown stealers! Bring the noise!

Rodney Marsh - Krunch! magazine


Food and Drink/Raised to the Ground - Sumo Construction/Cargo Distribution 7" 2005.

Joy of Six CDLP - Sumo Construction/Cargo distribution. 2006

New album, title TBA, 2010.



Hudson Super Six were born out of the remains of 2 UK acts who both had critical acclaim and moderate success with known indie labels. Both groups ended at the top of their game in acromonious circumstances. The two original bands, Iris and Cable shared a rehearsal facility and so it was only a matter of time before members of each group had finished licking their wounds and decided to to team up to try something a little different. With joint influence ranging from QOTSA to Otis Redding, the fledgling group thought it was time for a rock band to et back to the basics of what rock and roll is all about - the stink of sex.
Shortly after forming, the band released it's debut 7" on Sumo Construction in 2005. A full length debut LP distributed by Cargo appeared at the end of 2006. Great critical reviews spurred the band on to up the game and they began work on the follow up in 2007. The record has taken nearly 2 years to make and will now see release in early 2010, but the band are quietly confident that this will be their break through release. Produced by Paul Tipler (Idlewild, 80's Matchbox, Earl Brutus, StereoLab etc) the record will be available Spring 2010.