Review: Times Red – Just No Good for Me (EP)

Times Red

Just No Good for Me (EP)

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You may have seen the three hunky lads strut their musical ‘stuff’ on the most recent series of TV talent show The X Factor, where Essex based trio Scott Ritchie, 25, Staz Nair, 20,  and Luke White, 24, made quite an impression on the judges with a mesmerizing rendition of the late Amy Winehouse classic Rehab. (See video below.) The band made it through to the bootcamp stages narrowly missing out on a place in the competition, though that hasn’t halted their progress.

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The guys have been busy recording their new album, soon scheduled for release in the UK.

Having gained a sneak peek of their sound from the EP, Just No Good for Me, Times Red have certainly captivated with their charismatic tone.

Beginning with an engaging beat, the self-titled record Just No Good for Me adds a tender, tranquil tone perfect for any time to chillout. The group also lavishly treat heir fanbase to a few additional remixes of the track also. Instantly grabbed by the Rishi Rich fused beat with a nightclub essence come Latino conga vibe capable of making anyone swivel their hips transported to an idyllic beach front overview with a limbo groove on with the guys in mind serenading may be ever more appealing for fans.

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Their single Patience highlights near – perfect, acoustic vocal with an enriched, smooth essence adorned with deep charismatic linger.

More is seemingly expected of Times Red. When their album is completed for release, their talent may just flock off the shelves. We are anxiously waiting to hear the remainder with eager anticipation. This may just be your stocking filler for the New Year. High levels of talent are among the committed triple troupe of wholesome eye gazing and soothing aural transmission.

You can pre-order the EP on iTunes –

Price – £3.95

Here is the first audition of Times Red on X Factor 2012 –