The following news story appeared on the T&M homepage:
'MONSTER' REVIEW FOR URBAN DOGS 7" SINGLE
Dom Daley loves the new Urban Dogs 7" single...
Read his splendid review of the latest Time & Matter Records release on the Uber Rock Singles Club February 2015 webpage on the link below...
"'Rebellion Song’ is a monster of a song. Whilst it’s mid pace this Harper number is immense and a really accomplished song. 'One Foot In The Grave' on the other hand sees Knox step up to the mic for another must own Time & Matter release..."
SINGLES: A sadly unloved format by many new kids on the block but we can't get enough of 'em especially when they come pressed up on multi-coloured vinyl. Singles are the lifeblood of rock and roll always have been and always will be. It’s the perfect way to discover new music (not fucking downloads)...
Review also archived in full below:
Urban Dogs - 'Rebellion Song'/'One Foot In The Grave' (T&M Records)
How about 500 hand numbered dual coloured copies that feature original Urban Dogs drummer Matthew Best? How does that grab you? Well I thoroughly enjoyed the acoustic 'Bonefield' album as it was some departure from Charlie Harper and Knox’s day jobs so I was half expecting this to follow suit but how wrong I was. ‘Rebellion Song’ is a monster of a song. Whilst it’s mid pace this Harper number is immense and a really accomplished song. 'One Foot In The Grave' on the other hand sees Knox step up to the mic for another must own Time & Matters release. The guitars are handled by Charlie and Knox and Pat Collier handles the bass and engineering duties. Its only when you step away from The Vibrators and the UK Subs that you can truly appreciate how damn talented these guys are and it’s not only punk rock that they have mastered but some superb rock and roll too.