Rising from the underbelly of London’s underground queer scene WOOLF have been shocking anyone who cares to listen, for a couple years now. After a primitive selfreleased tape and a brief venture via a split 7, the time was ripe for a longer player. “the right way to play” delivers a pungent spit on the face of musical normality. Clocking out at slightly 15min. their debut is everything but right. Bouncing between dissonant punk, inept proto-hardcore and psycho noise-pop whilst dealing with issues as relevant as having fun, forest witchery and queer love – all under the tag of primitive music.