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Klang

Klang

Klang


for French metal band, see Klang!!!. 1) Klang are an experimental post-punk band who are based in London. They have released one album to date on "Blast First Petite" - "No Sound Is Heard" (May 2004). The current line up consists of ex-Elastica guitarist/vocalist Donna Matthews, Isabel Waidner and Keisuke Hiratsuka. Musically they have been compared to The Fall, The Slits, Delta 5, Wire and other iconic bands from the post punk era, as well as the monumental Krautrock group, Can. Read more on Last.fm
for French metal band, see Klang!!!. 1) Klang are an experimental post-punk band who are based in London. They have released one album to date on "Blast First Petite" - "No Sound Is Heard" (May 2004). The current line up consists of ex-Elastica guitarist/vocalist Donna Matthews, Isabel Waidner and Keisuke Hiratsuka. Musically they have been compared to The Fall, The Slits, Delta 5, Wire and other iconic bands from the post punk era, as well as the monumental Krautrock group, Can. 2) Klang is Polish shanties band from Rzeszów.

They often perform a cappella versions of both traditional shanties and new sailing songs. The current lineup is: Stanisław Gołąb, Krzysztof Delikat, Paweł Delikat, Przemysław Burek, Łukasz Skowroński, Łukasz Pawłowski. 3) Klang was a Finnish jazz trio - Seppo Kantonen (piano), Uffe Krokfors (bass) and Markku Ounaskari (drums). 4) Klang is a Belgian powerpop band in the eighties that reformed and released the single "Rock Paper Scissors" in 2013 followed by the album "Meanwhile in the Cosy Garage" in 2015. 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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