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Monster Zoku Onsomb

Powered by Audioscrobbler™Sampling anything from 50's rockabilly, lounge to ragga and noise, MZO combine eclectic sampling with fat synths to create a hybrid sound all their own. From punk gigs to drum n bass. Lounge shows to breakcore. House to experimental, and from electro clash to rockabilly ...MZO destroys them all... ... Someone said MZO sounded like: "Techno Jungle Sixties Hardcore Punk from Outa Space! " ... Someone else said : "Mental ragga rave n bass with zigzag bass lines and the kind of free spirited abandon guaranteed to ram a dance floor in 10 seconds flat! " In 2005 MZO played Australias Biggest Festival - The Big Day Out, as well as supporting The HACKER, TISM, Peaches, Black Lung, Krust'n'Die, and Tipper. MZO then Toured Europe & Japan, performing in Tokyo, Berlin, Amsterdam, Hamburg, Bristol, Moscow, St Petersburg & Austria, leaving a bloody trail of stunned expressions and perforated ear drums. They played alongside electronic luminaries such as Mu-Ziq, Donna Summer (Jason Forrest), Doormouse, Exile and DMX Krew. 2005 also saw MZO's debut self titled EP sellout 2 pressings, their Death$sucker 12" also soldout with it being played on BBC 1's Breezeblock show and being pronouced Mary Anne Hobbs favourite record of the week. The group have built up a cult following with their all singing, all dancing, all screaming stage shows. Referencing Mexican Wrestling movies, space opera and cartoon kink, their shows have proven so outlandish that . . . promoters fear them upstaging their headlining acts! 2006 has already started with a bang for MZO with another performance at the Big Day Out, and scoring the support for MU. They are in the final stages of recording their debut album on Australia’s VALVE Records. Titiled ATTACK!, the album is a frantic collision of hyper sampling combined with ultra wobbly basses and electro beats. There will also be another EP for Death$ucker Records in the UK and both promise to be earopening releases of music that refuses to be defined. At a time when most electronic mucus is being produced and performed by strainspotters in sensible clothes the Monster Zoku Onsomb's psycho-electronic experience provides the perfect antidote. They're sonic terrorists, armed with highly volitile musical artillery. ...simple as that, too weird to live, too rare to die.

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