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Marvins Revolt

Marvins Revolt

Marvins Revolt


MARVINS REVOLT of Copenhagen, Denmark make angular and catchy tunes. Hard hitting rhythms combined with joyful and romantic melodies creates an ever changing, but always meaningful musical landscape. The songs appear as intense, challenging and melodic structures, with disregard for songwriting rules. Marvins Revolt started out in 2002 and as a quartet they released an Ep (st, 2004) and an album (Fell in Love with Tanks & Satellites, 2006) in this ‘early’ period. It was noisy and aggressive. Read more on Last.fm
MARVINS REVOLT of Copenhagen, Denmark make angular and catchy tunes. Hard hitting rhythms combined with joyful and romantic melodies creates an ever changing, but always meaningful musical landscape. The songs appear as intense, challenging and melodic structures, with disregard for songwriting rules. Marvins Revolt started out in 2002 and as a quartet they released an Ep (st, 2004) and an album (Fell in Love with Tanks & Satellites, 2006) in this ‘early’ period.

It was noisy and aggressive. Killec was released in the fall of 2007 by Irish diy-label Popular Records to great response from media and audience. Killec is the fresh and exciting sound of a new-born collective, now a three-piece, with no musical boundaries. The release of Killec has been followed by two tours in the UK and Ireland as well as a tour of mainland Europe together with label mates Adebisi Shank, all of them to great response from audiences captured by the band’s intense and energetic live performance. Killec was re-released by the Richter Collective to a larger scale of European distribution in the fall of 2008 and a vinyl edition of the album will be available from Glowing Monkey Records in the summer 2008. On dec 3rd 2008 Killec was released in Japan by Parabolica Records and the band toured Japan in Feb 2009. Nov 2nd 2009 the final album, 'Patrolling The Heights', was released on Richter Collective, Play/Rec, HipHipHip and Parabolica.

After touring Europe and Japan the band decided to split up in January 2010 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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