"The amzaing Vooz"-The Ocelot December 2010
We are 'The Vooz' a hard hitting Punk/Indie (Pindy) band from Wiltshire.
Lee Matthews – A travelling minstrel born under the big top and no stranger to the dodgems. Now combining a fairground lifestyle with his love of singing in the shower.
Scott Guanieri – His musical pedigree comes from his family’s history in Italian violin making. Where his obsession with chainsaws comes from is anyone’s guess.
Rob Dymond – A child protégé of the bagpipes due to his Macbeth Clan ancestry, Rob transferred his musical prowess to the guitar after an unfortunate kilt related incident. He likes haggis.
Tom Hatch – His love of minor chords and awkward time signatures is only exceeded by his extreme hedonism and pursuit of girls. His head has an unnerving habit of exploding.
Dan Tozer – Recruited to provide rhythmic perfection and experience. His time in the band is regularly punctuated by cries of “Not like that, like this!” and, “Make mine a double!” Consequently, he is now referred to as “Sir” or “The Jagermiester”.
"The Vooz are a veracious energy driven explosion of full on flash from Marlborough. An amp malfunction at the start of the set allowed us to savour the cool cheek, easy speak of a trilby headed Lee Matthews, while Mr. Cool, aka Rob Dymond, lead guitarist, resurrected the musical magnifier. Once up and running I was able to exfoliate my senses with Lee’s powerful voice, which has more gravel than my New Jersey drive. The excitement and velocity of a song like ‘Voobar’ drags you along like a spider hanging on to the side mirror of a fast car in the fast lane. Scott Guarnieri and jordan o'sulivan exchanged grins and flayed the strings, injecting a seam of sound as deliciously satisfying to the ears as jam scones and tea is to the tongue. Mr. Tozer, (drummer with great teeth), thrashed and bashed with an innately brilliant sense of rhythm that enhanced every song."
- Joy Hanley, Green Man Music (Nov 26, 2010)
"They were exciting to watch and you could see that they really got the room going."
- jamie hill, The Ocelot (May 10, 2010)
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