Sometimes tracks are built-up from practically nothing and grow out to banging danceable scratch-music. The visuals which are done by VJ collective Subliminal Mess make the show complete. C-Mon & Kypski have already done a long tour for the promotion of their debut album ‘Vinyl Voodoo’ and are now on the road for the promotion of their new album ‘Static Traveller’.
They made a big impression at the South By Southwest Festival in Texas, during their first American tour.
With the record ‘Static Traveller’ the band has become musically even more extreme. The boundaries (if there are any) are being pushed forward. Where Vinyl Voodoo was a real studio album, Static traveller goes further; this album has been recorded with the whole band.
In 2005, C-mon & Kypski are involved in the Dutch version of the famous Rare Groove series. There is a cd included in the cd-pack, ‘Dutch Rare Food’, containing remixes of the originals, done by C-mon & Kypski. On this record, they co-operate with Pete Philly, Colin Benders (trumpet player of Relax), U-Gene, Oscar Harris and DJ Git Hyper. The songs on this cd all are about fast food snacks.
October 2006, the third official studio album is released, ‘Where the wild things are’. On this album, they’re pushing their boundaries even more. Again performing tracks with guest artists, such as the Amsterdam Klezmer Band,Voicst and Sadat X. In 2007, their explosive live show is one of the highlights of major Dutch festivals Noorderslag, Pinkpop and Lowlands.
Edited by munklefish on 10 Jun 2009, 16:30
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