They played their first gig in February 2002, and have been playing live on a regular basis since then. Meanwhile Junkyard Productions have been perfecting their style and songwriting in the studio. The main influence is ol’skool Jamaican dub as well as the modern dub sound from Berlin. In October 2004 the track ”Sister Let Him Go” was recorded for the Radio Recordings II compilation album, and in February 2005 they played at the Radio Recordings II release party live on Danish national radio.
“Sister Let Him Go” was released in October 2005 on Murena Records as a 12”. The track had massive airplay on DR P3 (Danish national radio) and on French Radio Nova, and has already been licensed for four compilations including Radio Nova’s “Novatunes”. In the fall of 2005 Junkyard Productions joined the Varano Music Tour and played several major Danish venues. Junkyard Productions are: Rasmus Allin: Samples, beats, dub, keys, melodica Christian Skjødt: Drums Ena Egelund: Vocal Pops Jabu: Muff Dennis O.
Nielsen: Bass Founder of Junkyard Productions is Rasmus Allin. He’s been working with electronic music since 1995, with the Danish band Dub Wise. He played guitar on the Örtz album ”Another Eden”, from witch the hit-single ”We Don’t Talk” was taken. He’s also DJ’ing as a member of ”The Dub Collective”.
Christian is a computer-wizz and accomplished drummer. His greatest contribution to the band is his anarchistic sense of humor and spontaneity. Dennis is an amazingly powerful bass player in styles like hiphop, acid jazz and reggae. Ena is an experienced and skilled singer, who’s done a wide variety of styles such as jazz, soul, pop and also acid-jazz infused with hiphop.
MC Pops Jabu has been living in South Africa, Zimbabwe and London, before he settled down in Denmark. He already has several albums under his belt. Doing his thing live he can tear the roof of any venue. Web: www.junkyard-productions.com www.myspace.com/junkyardproductions Contact: Rasmus Allin email@example.com tlf: +45 26 83 01 64 Read more on Last.fm.
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