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'Broadcast One' - Dandelion Radio's 1st compilation album

NEWS: We are still making shows under lockdown - another 25 hours this month

Artist Info

Tits of Death

Tits of Death
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Five women. Two bass guitars. Two synths. One guitar. And the Dirty Box. Tits of Death was borne out of not much more than the simple desire to jump around and act out the deepest, darkest, most Spinal Tap- esque of rock fantasies. It was never meant to go beyond the confines of the keyboardist's lounge, yet merely months and a few gigs into their lifespan, Tits of Death's shouty full-on fuzz assault - variously described by revellers as Peaches and Add N To (X) bulldozed by the Cramps or the raunchiest Shangri-Las - has shocked and delighted their audiences at events such as Sonic Mook Experiment, the NME AWARDS after party, and Jagz Kooner (Two Lone Swordsmen/Primal Scream remixer/ideal dinner guest) is a big fan.

TITS OF DEATH: Marni Maelstrom (vox); Debra Damage (bass guitar); Kitty Darling (synth/bass); Synthia DeBris (keys); Titania Tornado (guitar).

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