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K-X-P is a rock trio consisting of Timo Kaukolampi and Tuomo Puranen of Op:l Bastards fame and Anssi Nykänen, a weathered session drummer. The main reference of their hypnotic music is krautrock from 40 years back, but they do throw in a few afrobeat rhythms, ominously cinematic keyboard sound walls, hippy Middle Eastern melodies and some dancey pulse. Kaukolampi’s idiosyncratic singing style has been sorely missed, although it comes only in small doses this time. Here and there you can also make out the distant breathy vocals of Norwegian pop princess Annie. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
There are at least 2 bands named Zombie Zombie:
1. Influenced by Krautrock (e.g., Can, Neu!) as well as horror soundtracks (e.g., Goblin, John Carpenter), Zombie Zombie is a French indie electronic duo with a penchant for vintage synthesizers.
Composed of Etienne Jaumet (synths) and Cosmic Neman (drums), the duo made their recording debut in 2006 with the Zombie-Zombie 12" EP on Boomboomtchak Records. The duo then moved to Versatile Records and released Driving This Road Until Death Sets You Free (2007), a 12" single that preceded the release of the accompanying full-length A Land for Renegades (2008).
In 2007, also on Versatile Records, Jaumet made his solo recording debut with Repeat Again After Me, a 1...
Crackling recordings of old seances, inexplicably exploding tea cups... The supernatural is an important factor for Death And Vanilla as aesthetic source material and methodological starting-point.
Formed in Malmö, Sweden by Marleen Nilsson and Anders Hansson, Death and Vanilla use vintage musical equipment such as vibraphone, organ, mellotron, tremolo guitar and Moog, to emulate the sounds of 60s/70s soundtracks, library music, Krautrock, French Ye-ye pop, 60s psych and electronic pioneers from the golden age of analog synths. They play their music on instruments and amps from the Fifties, Sixties and Seventies, not only in order to recreate the sound and the atmosphere they love, but also to channel the ghostlike qualities ...