Kill The Dandies!
Kill The Dandies!
Their sources of inspiration run deep, from The Cramps-esque psychotic rock’n’roll, Lee Hazlewood’s loli-poppy country ballads, The Velvet Underground’s unbrushed rawness, to Phil Spector’s noisy wall of sound. Maybe this is why KTD! are so sweet and dangerous at the same time. Their long awaited fits album I Saw White Fields was released in 2010 on the band’s own label Drug Me Records, worldwide distributed by Pale Music Int. Producing album were the „Dandies“ themselves together with the legendary „flying“ Dutch man Bert Neven, amongst many others known for working with the Killing Jokes. European release was supported by the tour to Germany, France and Switzerland. After the band came back, they started to record a new album.
For their second album Those Who Hold The Flame the band teamed up with Bert Neven again and, again, produced this album on their own label. The album contains eight original songs and a superb cover version of The King of Kalifornia which was originally played by Rowland S. Howard. This album has risen many excited reactions in the Czech Republic and is impatiently awaited abroad.
It´s gonna be released and distributed by Pale Music Int. and it is going to be published via Blass Music/Freibank. After several successful autumn gigs in London, KTD! are about to release a new album of remixes. It should be issued along with Full Moon magasine in April 2013.
Such a names, like Alexander Hacke from Einstürzende Neubauten or Crime and The City Solution or Berlin producer Steve Morell, have participated on the remixes. KTD! are also about to release their third studio album at fall 2013. 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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