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Rhythm King And Her Friends

Rhythm King And Her Friends

Rhythm King And Her Friends


The female duo RHYTHM KING AND HER FRIENDS (Linda Wölfel and Pauline Boudry) live and work in Berlin. They are known for their very personal style, mixing pop melodies with sampled rhythms, and singing in a variety of languages such as French, English and Bulgarian. Guitar, bass, synthesizers, samplers, drum computers, laptop and recently drums are all used to give a musical voice to their urban commentary on subculture, life, love and work. They released their first album I AM DISCO on Kitty-Yo in 2004, as well as a Read more on Last.fm
The female duo RHYTHM KING AND HER FRIENDS (Linda Wölfel and Pauline Boudry) live and work in Berlin. They are known for their very personal style, mixing pop melodies with sampled rhythms, and singing in a variety of languages such as French, English and Bulgarian. Guitar, bass, synthesizers, samplers, drum computers, laptop and recently drums are all used to give a musical voice to their urban commentary on subculture, life, love and work. They released their first album I AM DISCO on Kitty-Yo in 2004, as well as a couple of EPs and remix records. They‘ve toured throughout Europe, including several tours in England, Scandinavia, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and Greece. With their latest album THE FRONT OF LUXURY, RKAHF go for a noticeably more rock and song-inspired direction that on their previous offering; I AM DISCO.

Their music has evolved into a harmonious mixture of electronica and guitars; your attention will be drawn to the unique vocal style which on some songs is reminiscent of the cold style of female new-wave bands like KLEENEX and on others of the harmonious pop melodies of THE B-52’s. Protest lyrics and relaxing melodies sit comfortably next to one another and are showcased with the critical context of the songs; sex and gender, work and exploitation, sexism and capitalism. Comparisons to bands they have toured with such as the SLITS, ROBOTS IN DISGUISE or LE TIGRE are easy to make but are in many ways inadequate as their discursive indie-pop-electroclash aesthetic marks RHYTHM KING AND HER FRIENDS out from the crowd and proves they have made their own totally original and unique template. 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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