“I did however arrive in time to see Murdoc play just the one song and surprisingly the only reference of my day to the recent death of David Bowie, although the band claimed they had been working on their cover of “Let’s Dance” for some time – not that it matters, for they pulled it off and I’m sure the great man would have been proud of their rendition” –  Mr Teeth Reviews


“The post-punk-by-way-of-’60s guitar pop of Murdoc” – The Portsmouth News


“Second up were four-piece Murdoc, a great four-piece from Portsmouth. They instantly upped the tempo with their loud, tightly-performed set, and it’s a shame that so many of the audience were seated as Murdoc played a series of foot stomping tunes that need to be danced to. The songs are sharp and punchy and demand the attention. Their cover of David Bowie’s “Lets Dance” alone made up for not being at Glastonbury, while their original song “In Denial” (available on their SoundCloud and on iTunes) was one of my favourite tracks of the evening” –  Kaye Inglis Pantograph Magazine


“As Sharply dressed as Chris Eubank at a baptism, Portsmouth based 4 piece Murdoc are bringing back faith in solid guitar pop music. With sound reminiscent of Small Faces and The Kinks, these guys combine a groove party showmanship with tight as steelfist songwriting” – Artist Star, The Ceremonial


“This indie-punk four piece take pride in writing short and to the point songs which will stick in your brain long after listening to them. With loud guitars and a tight rhythm section Murdoc have a very British feel about them which they’re very proud of” – Pilot Promotions (portsmouth)