In the News SehkArticlesMentionsHappenings Rolling Stone "In addition to live music, people were pleased to get a dose of laughter, absurdity, and sincere hilarity when the cheekily named Sexbruise? performed sometime around 2 a.m. on Saturday. A collection of Charleston, South Carolina, musicians/comedians, their wild performance gave shades of the Lonely Island and the Black Eyed Peas" Live for live music "The best way to describe Sexbruise? is a wild hosuse party. Their music is poppy and easy to follow along with, but their visuals and stage presence made them so entertaining. At different moments throughout their Devils Backbone Brewing Company Throwdown Tent set they were singing about Dr. Fauci wanting all Americans to start partying, or partaking of a comically large bag of white powder labeled “cocaine” right on stage, or watching a shark dance on stage almost as hard as everyone in the crowd" CHARLESTON CITY PAPER | EP RELEASE 2022 "In addition to the oldie-but-goodie, “Fauci Said It’s Okay,” are four Sexbruise? songs that span genres from danceable house music satire to a surprisingly straightforward Phil Collins cover. At the end of the day, Rhythmic White Noise for Sleeping is definitely not for sleeping. " Glide Magazine "Poppier than most of the acts at FloydFest, Sexbruise? are winning audiences over with their ridiculous lyrics, bass-heavy melodies, and pancakes flying through the air." RVA Magazine "Sexbruise? bring an 80s synth-pop aesthetic, as illustrated by their prototypical single, “Party In The 80s,” to a fundamentally satirical sensibility that lands somewhere between Monty Python and Flight Of The Conchords. Plus, their live sets are always a blast, with plenty of dancing, costumes, light shows, and audience participation."