Dum Dum Kids are a rock and roll & roll music group who shaped in the town of Nice within the People from france Riviera in the mid-’80s. Influenced by the natural sounds of rings just like the Suicide, the Velvet Underground, as well as the Stooges, their name originates from the name of the Iggy Pop track. After debuting in 1987 using the “Actual Cool Garbage/Stage of No Come back” solitary, they released their 1st full-length, Nothing at all Means Nothing at all, a year down the road Closer Records. More than the next 10 years they would launch four even more LPs that could explore a number of fuzz-toned, punk, and rock and roll styles from your ’60s garage area of 1994’s Hypnovista to 1998’s analog synth-heavy Electronic Pop Music. Dum Dum Kids remained mixed up in early 2000s, carrying on their explorations with albums like 2001’s Spirit Bondage Deluxe and 2003’s Kiss Me Fatal, though nearly ten years would move before their following studio work. 2011’s Flesh! Garbage! Heat! designated a grand come back with its mixture of garage area bangers and trippy, lo-fi electro-rock. After putting your signature on with Nice-based indie Mono-Tone Information, they documented Alive in the Echo Chamber in 2013, once again exhibiting their range in a number of noisy designs. Electrified!, the band’s tenth studio room album, found its way to 2016, once again via the Mono-Tone label.