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DFG

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(For the Swedish neoprogg group, see Den Förlorade Generationen) British-based dfg are more of an eclectic arts collective than simply a band. The dfg 'corporation' is comprised of three core members (Brian, Clive and Keith - the 'board of directors') and a variety of fellow collaborators, creating a postmodern, avant-garde, alt.Christian fusion of rock'n'roll, poetry and comedy. Described variously as "modern day troubadours - a cross between Kerouac and Dylan" Read more on Last.fm
(For the Swedish neoprogg group, see Den Förlorade Generationen) British-based dfg are more of an eclectic arts collective than simply a band. The dfg 'corporation' is comprised of three core members (Brian, Clive and Keith - the 'board of directors') and a variety of fellow collaborators, creating a postmodern, avant-garde, alt.Christian fusion of rock'n'roll, poetry and comedy. Described variously as "modern day troubadours - a cross between Kerouac and Dylan", "The Velvet Underground meets Salvador Dalí" and "a bunch of no-talent student comedian tossers", dfg have two recordings under their belt, but are best known for their ramshackle live performances at Greenbelt Festival and various venues around London. Their first album (you are the problem, dfg is the solution) offered a snapshot of life in the post-9/11 landscape; veering from hilarity to profundity, dirty rock'n'roll to plaintive ballads, and poetry to performance art.

Following slowly on its heels was their latest release (the plea4justice EP), featuring contributions from Ivor Novello award winner Iain Archer, Lambchop, Jars of Clay, Eden Burning, Bell Jar, Jonny Baker, Rivertribe, Oldsolar, The Plymouths, The Cinematic Underground and a whole host of other semi-successful minor-celebrities. On the one hand, plea4justice was a multi-layered critique on the trite, celebrity-led, chest-pounding world of charity and protest, juxtaposed with poignant meditations on the true nature of freedom - whilst on the other hand, it was simply a batch of funny, shambolic, rock'n'roll songs. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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