Dynamite Club

Dynamite Club

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Brooklyn, New York, United States
Total Song Plays: 38   
Member Since: 2003
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Press Info

From The Spill Magazine Wesite - NXNE Review
By: Liz Worth
Dynamite Club
Bovine Sex Club
June 6, 2003
This math rock punk band combined fun, chaos, and a whole lot of irreverence, making this one of the weirdest shows I’ve ever seen. With an anarchic attitude but a lot of talent, Dynamite Club allowed themselves to get lost in their music. ... Dynamite Club is a band to admire for their avant-garde approach and seeing them live is definitely an experience not soon to be forgotten.
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From KZSU Zookeeper Online:
Album Review
by Tim Kempf
Reviewed 2003-05-21
It's like the smart-ass ADD class got good at their instruments, learned how to play all these different types of genres, then when they got bored with that, they'd just freak out in any way imaginable.
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From Planetary Group:
Dynamite Club -The Legend of Tiger Mask-Big Sleep

Similar Artists

Boredoms, Naked City, Mr. Bungle, Ornette Coleman & Frank Zappa with splashes of Pasolini & Jodorowsky.

Influences

Avant Grade Jazz, Jazz, Pop

Bio

Dynamite Club was formed in the year 2001 by retard-core/bebop guitarist, Kentaro Saito. After leading a few stylistic train wrecks...he seems to have gotten it right this time. Dynamite Club was formed by Kentaro with the young and furious New York City avant-garde jazz drummer, Mike Pride (of "theMP3", Evil Eye & Aardvarks). Kentaro seems to have gotten the idea to start "the Club" after Mike formed BE MORE NAKED, a duo between himself and Kentaro where the music is mostly noise/math/punk rock/video game music, and post everything jazz. If you can find the difference between Dynamite Club and BE MORE NAKED, you are more special than we are.

Dynamite Club has had a hard time with bass players...Finding a bassist who can play intense and sometimes complicated music, all the while making a wonderful performance, is no easy task. As of now, Dynamite Club have blazed through 4 bassist and are working on the ubiquitous #5, who seems to be a mainstay.

In late 2002 Dynamite Club released their full length CD debut "The Legend Of Tiger Mask" on Big Sleep Records. The album has been accumulating unforgettable rave reviews, and heavy radio play throughout the world.

Dynamite Club has become a fixture of the NYC New No Wave scene, performing at virtually every club in New York City & Brooklyn with an array of bands so broad that it would be ridiculous to classify their comrades. Dynamite Club have left unforgettable impressions at venues throughout North America including 200