Joy of Sex are three strangers from Cardiff. They met through small ads and agree on several things; short songs, rhythm, repetition and noise. They have been described as: 'the best slice of experimental ear-sex you'll ever be subjected to' - Boring By The Sea Festival Organisers 'spiky, minimalist, arty' - Subba-Cultcha 'tunes of plenty' - Organ 'a tonic that should come in a wraparound sleeved 7inch' - Noel Gardner, Buzz 'one of the most intriguing propositions to emerge from the Welsh capital for some time' - Rock Midgets 'a wired, boggle-eyed take on the fuzzily taut Pixies/Wire dynamic with criss-crossing vocals, wrecked song structures and seeming stream of conscious while still meaningful lyrics' - Sweeping The Nation 'they spank a spot weld harder than a fruit bat' - Unpeeled 'Whether you are old enough to have listened to Peel in the early 80s or simply feel he was a bench mark for music appreciation you should and WILL love Joy Of Sex' - IndieDad, [sic] Magazine 'They make a fine racket, skeletal but muscular, minimal, crisp noise driven forward two minutes at a time.' - Joy Collective 'Delightfully wicked and sarcastic. Great in every single way' - Artrocker 'Stupidly good looking and cool' - Joy Collective.