Monday, November 23, 2009

Krang Live at wyrd fest!

Krang recently played wyrd fest, currated By Aaron Levin of Weird Canada. It was a great night with a ton of bands playing from all over Western Canada.

Our friend Andy Read was kind enough to record our set

give er a listen.
(there are 4 tracks, you have to click next to get to the next one)
1. Trains
2. Ships
3. Electric Farmer
4. Hot Rod Drip
you can download all the tracks here.

Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, and Something Blue

Cold Bebop is sold out and out of print.

We have a guitar player now, his name is Dean Watson.  He is one of the best guitar players this city has ever seen.  You may remember him from the band Deadcity Serpents. If you forgot or didnt know... now you know.

We will be recording a new album with Eamon Mcgrath and cassettes records.  It should be coming out in december/january.

look for it!!

Cold Bebop! Weird Canada!

Weird Canada review of Krangs first EP! COLD BEBOP.

From the private pantry of Dr. Jesse Locke:
Edmonton’s Krang began as a drum and bass (not D&B) duo featuring mustachioed main-men Jordan Foster and Jared Majeski, cheekily dubbing themselves the Two Man Electrical Band. However, it wasn’t until the enlisting of Zebra Pulse’s Parker Thiessen on cracked electronics, clarinet and manipulated kids toys that the trio truly cemented their sound. Now, with Foster and Majeski trading off tripped-out, heavily echoed vocals over hypnotic Sabbath riffs (dig the Master of Reality-influenced album art), lonely harmonica and what sounds like a malfunctioning robot squealing away abrasively high in the mix, these teenage mutants have raised the gnar bar high. [Levin's note: I like these dudes because they sound like German art-punk on meth.]

Thanks to Jesse Locke and Aaron Levin of Weird Canada.