Hard-Fi are the product of their suburban West London environment; the sound of twenty-something gun-slingers on the minimum wage.
It's the sound of a band weaned on the heady concrete glamour of The Stones, Dexys, Curtis Mayfield, and Happy Mondays. In love and in debt - the raw materials required to soundtrack a life of box-fresh Adidas, Berwick Street vinyl, and the black economy.
Hard-Fi recently released a DVD called 'In Operation'. It also features a CD of remixed tracks from their debut album 'Stars Of CCTV'. Listen to remixes of Minotaur Shock & hit single 'Hard To Beat'.
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