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Rock - Alternative | San Francisco, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 447   
Member Since: 2004
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After their 2004 breakthrough "Our Five Worst Songs" grabbed them opening slots nationwide for diverse acts like De La Soul, Concrete Blonde, Lady Kier of Deee-Lite and worldwide recognition through Konami's "Dance Dance Revolution", Z.O.N.K.'s 2005 release, "Half Human" had them opening for The B-52's in the midst of their west coast tour schedule and Lyrics Born at San Francisco's G.A.M.E. event. It's fittingly eclectic company for a band composed of Motown-rooted songstress McFiendish, video game sound and music producer Dave L., space-funk harmonica and bass (at the same time!) player Uncle Bergie, and old school turntablist/rapper Walt Dizzle (DJ Red 5). Along with the release of their slow and dark cover of Alanis Morissette's "You Oughta Know" in early 2006, Electronic Musician Magazine featured Z.O.N.K. in their April issue. Z.O.N.K. is currently at work on a new album while continuing to perform throughout the year.

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