"Interviewing the three members of Uni was sort of like playing Mad Libs, charades, and 2 Truths and a Lie all at the same time. It was absurdly tricky to distinguish fact from fantasy, sarcasm from sincerity; oftentimes, they were rambling over each other with comical contradictions, deciding in real time what they didn’t want put into an article, and laughing all the while." - read the full feature here!
"Uni wasted no time with words, rocking straight through songs...on their setlist, each one brimming with 70s-era grooves and the possibilities of a whole new divergent scene." - read the full review here!
Diandra Reviews It All: Uni Turn Music Into A Psychotropic Drug At Baby’s All Right (Concert Review)
"In a world that can applaud the cut of creative arts but praise the notions of war, UNI arise to show there is nothing stronger than creating art. They colorfully push social boundaries in music and presence to reveal that boundaries can be more farcical than foundational. Thus, at Baby’s All Right, they formed what can be deemed as the coolest band alive." - read the full review here!
FEMMUSIC: What was the vision of the band in style and music?
CKM: We were listening to a lot of Ziggy Stardust, T Rex, Zeppelin, Sabbath, Beastie Boys and The Kinks at the time, so there’s a lot of 70’s glam influences with rock/prog riffs and sometimes a 90’s flavor.
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"The new project...takes in the theatrical inclinations of glam-rock while pushing it towards diverging pop and porn extremes - with some existentialism thrown in for good measure." - Read the full article here