Skip to
YouTube video

Loading player…

Related Tags

The Dead C are a New Zealand based trio made up of members Bruce Russell, Michael Morley and Robbie Yeats. Most often, Russell plays electric guitar, Morley sings and plays electric guitar, or laptop in more recent years, and Yeats plays drums. Formed in Dunedin, New Zealand in 1986, the group is known for its noisy guitar soundscapes and improvisational take on rock music. Robbie Yeats was the drummer for The Verlaines, Michael Morley had played with Wreck Small Speakers… read more

Top Tracks

Top Albums

Similar Artists

Shoutbox

Leave a comment. Log in to Last.fm or sign up.

  • Avatar for Supercoolguy64
    STOP THE CAR
  • Avatar for gabystarlight
    HOW COME I DIDN'T KNOW ABOUT THE FUCK CHAIRS?!
  • Avatar for mikelittlepony
    I was exited to find out Michael Morley had another project - together with Morgan Oliver - called The Fuck Chairs, releasing ambient/noise stuff since 2014. A good 4 albums worth of tracks on bandcamp (20 tracks, 255 min), and another 4 songs (139 min) on soundcloud. And then I was pretty let down, to see they have only 10 listeners and about 100 scrobbles on last.fm. If you like The Dead C, you might want to give them a try: tfcmusic3.bandcamp.com and soundcloud.com/the-fuck-chairs
  • Avatar for A1000Mistakes
    Well, got four albums today plus the selected works 87-05 toooooooooooooooo!!
  • Avatar for A1000Mistakes
    Sooooooooo need much more music by The Dead C!!
  • Avatar for oaquard
    bitcher
  • Avatar for templeruins
    so this band is just Sonic Youth huh.... nah jk
  • Avatar for Rustain
    v thanks for the head-up.
  • Avatar for mikelittlepony
    Worth checking out: [url=https://archive.org/details/deadc2008-10-19.SC660.aud.flac16]2008 in Chicago[/url], audience recording, but a very fitting sound.
  • Avatar for mikelittlepony
    [url=https://soundcloud.com/spiralsounds/the-dead-c-live-at-le-weekend-2004]Live at Le Weekend, 2004[/url] should've been on The Twelfth Spectacle. It's an avalanche. Kinda sad that they had to edit Arena Part 1 for vinyl, to fit on one side. Especially since there already was an [url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VKrXpfLQFFk]uncut recording on youtube[/url], before the release of the record. Also, the video has professionally recorded sound, in contrast to what seems to be an audience recording on the record. Not complaining though, it's that special Dead C sound. The beginning is almost the best thing about it, and on record it just starts 10 minutes in.

API Calls