Damo And The Dynamites [Rock & Roll / Rockabilly, Trio]
Band Contact Details
|Band name||Damo And The Dynamites|
|Based in||Harrow, London|
|Send Enquiry||Name: Jack|
Available for weddings, private parties, corporate events.
Own PA, own lights.
'Glove On The Gas', 'Look At That Chick', 'Cut Me Some Slack', and 'My Hot Rod Honey', all by Damon Everett, were recorded at RAMcache Studio in Marylebone and at The Final Junkyard in Harrow. In true rockabilly fashion, the tracks were laid down ‘as live’ with the band playing together in the same room, letting it rip as if on stage with the chemistry well and truly going.
With 'Cut Me Some Slack' the band tried to faithfully re-create the sound of Sun Studios sometime around 1956, despite using a modern recording system. The sparse sound is intended to take you right back to the beginning of rockabilly music.
On the other hand, 'My Hot Rod Honey' is the band’s first venture towards surf music, a close contemporary of classic rockabilly. They liked the sound so much that they then re-recorded the track as an instrumental with an even twangier guitar sound, and that is the EP’s ‘bonus track’.
Note: Initially, while we gauge the level of interest, the EP will be available to the public only as a physical CD for sale at gigs.
This band/artist page is jointly maintained by Lemonrock and Silvia. Last updated 12 April 2021.