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Electric Dragon

Electric Dragon

Electric Dragon


There are at least 2 projects with such name: electropunk band from Bulgaria and retrowave artist Ian Mullinger from the UK. 1) Electric Dragon is an electro-punk project based in Sofia, Bulgaria. Their style is a perfectly blended mix of 8-bit tunes, electronic beats, hip-hop, punk guitar riffs, and wacky vocals with a weird accent. In 2005 Electric Dragon was formed by Spratzaman and eLmo, and the Begins EP was released. After the EP quickly gained phenomenal success on the internet, Katasumi became the guitarman. Read more on Last.fm
There are at least 2 projects with such name: electropunk band from Bulgaria and retrowave artist Ian Mullinger from the UK. 1) Electric Dragon is an electro-punk project based in Sofia, Bulgaria. Their style is a perfectly blended mix of 8-bit tunes, electronic beats, hip-hop, punk guitar riffs, and wacky vocals with a weird accent. In 2005 Electric Dragon was formed by Spratzaman and eLmo, and the Begins EP was released. After the EP quickly gained phenomenal success on the internet, Katasumi became the guitarman. The self-titled album was recorded and released in 2006.

Max joined as a drummer and the band started doing amazing local shows for a while. In 2007, Spratzaman recorded alone the "Returns" album. Unofficial releases include a pack of cover songs, a collection of b-sides and demos, and the latest treat - alternative versions of old songs. In 2015 the band released their third full-length album "and Robin". 2) Darksynth/Synthwave/Retrowave project from former member of Vallenfyre Ian Mullinger from the UK.

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