"I've always like what the most influential French man in London is up to... His new album with his band The Dustaphonics "Big Smoke London Town" is a crazy no holds barred white knuckle ride from start to finish." Craig Charles BBC 6 Music Show
You have to be really good to get by in garage-rock’n’roll-soul these days, as there is minimal airplay and little media interest in independent bands, but hey, yes, The Dustaphonics are really good, they get airplay in Europe and US, on BBC Radio, Oui Fm, Le Mouv,etc.. have been album of the day on Spanish national radio RTVE Radio 3.
It all started around 2008 when Tura Satana, lush favorite actress filmmaker Russ Meyer and star of the cult classic Faster Pussycat Kill Kill, met London based French producer Yvan Serrano and invited him to compose some songs for the soundtrack for her next film.
Dustaphonics have since been shaking up London’s famous music venues such as The Forum, 100 club, Jazz Café, Borderline, O2 Brooklyn Bowl, Islington Assembly Hall, Blues Kitchen. Storm festival stages such as Latitude Festival (UK), Lille Vintage Weekender (Fr). Festival Relache (Fr), Purple Weekend (Sp), Les Nuits Secretes (Fr) have opened in London for The Sonics, Martha Reeves & The Vandellas, Wanda Jackson, James Hunter, Kid Congo, Sam Gopal, Jim Jones Revue, Barrence Whitfield, Lisa & The Lips, Gallon Drunk, Sanseverino, Space Cadets and have been “on a mission from God” with legendary actor and Blues Brother Dan Aykroyd, who occasionally uses The Dustaphonics as the backing band for his private London shows.
With a unique, excitingly energetic feel good party groove sound that distills such wide-ranging influences a, 50s R&B, 60s garage rock, vintage soul, blues, surf and 77 punkrock and a diversity reflected in the London band’s cosmopolitan make-up.
Together they bring a new energy and a positive vibe far from simple imitators, which makes Dustaphonics songs remarkably fresh and distinctly modern, with a production sense that carefully preserves the passionate rawness of the music, offering the best possible sound to both purist vintage music fans and those who want something fresh with a young pretty face.
* Johnny & Bo Version CD
* Johnny & Bo Version Digital
Dirty Water England
* Party Girl Soul Version EP
Q sound records Paris
* LP vinyl /CD “Big Smoke London Town”
Kingaling Records England/ Dirty Water
* LP/ Cd vinyl “Party Girl”
Kingaling Records/ Dirty Water
* 7” single “The Jinx” & “Looking at you”,
Munster Records / Vampi Soul Records Spain
release December 2011
* 7” single “Burlesque Queen - Tornado”
Dirty Water England
* Cd Tura Satana’s sound track files
For music publishing enquiries please contact: www.wipeoutmusic.com
BIG SMOKE LONDON TOWN
On Dirty Water Records,
Recorded in London
for King-A-Ling Production,
Produced by Healer Selecta (Freestyle Records)
Mastered in Brighton by Pete Maher (Rolling Stones,
Jack White, U2, Patti Smith, etc)
Published by Wipeout Music Publishing Ltd, England
“I’ve always liked what the most influential Frenchman in London is up to…Dustaphonics album ‘Big Smoke: London Town ”… it’s a crazy no holds barred white knuckle ride from start to finish”
Craig Charles on his BBC 6 Music Show
Album of the Day on National Spanish radio RADIO 3 rne - El Satano program
"the Message" has been listed in the 100 best song of 2014 by Radio 3 - El Satano show
DAN AYKROYD &
For 2 years now, The Dustaphonics have been chosen by Dan Aykryod to play to his private eventa in London. Dan join them on stage and told us how his mojo working!!!
PARTY GIRL (soul version)
WITCH OF THE NIGHT
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AND THE VANDELLAS
+ The DUSTAPHONICS
THE DUSTAPHONICS was really exited to open the night for the legendary Martha who is backed by her official US Vandellas, her sisters, Lois and Delphine. Together, the three Reeves sisters delivered a first-class, high-energy show featuring their classic Motown songs...Thanks to all who came down Brooklyn Bowl & thanks to the venue.
"If a Live Band had been created for the Tarantino's movie Pulp Fiction it would have been the Dustaphonics"
Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!