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Das Koolies (super furry animals)


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After four decades together as Super Furry Animals, the debut album from Das Koolies delivers on the promise of their singles to date (none of which are repeate...
Das Koolies (super furry animals)

It’s All About The Dolphins

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Compassionate, head-nodding, deep-bass-driven, party-ready, plugged-in, hook-toting, electro-beach-pop from the artists formerly known as The Super Furry Animal...
The Condemned EP
  1. The Condemned
  2. Dim Byd Mawr
  3. You Killed My Robot
  4. Grab a Slice

Das Koolies (super furry animals)

The Condemned EP

Amplify / Strangetown Records
  • very limited white 12" ep

    Released: 10th Mar 2023


these Hit-writing anti-icons, minus gruff rhys, emerge to explode three decades of digression as Super Furry Animals with their electronic depth-charge debut EP, which restores the original Furry vision with techno-inspired, heavy-tech sound inspired by illegal rave roots.

A past fades out for a future to begin as the long-running, secretive DAS KOOLIES ‘dream project’’, emanating from Cardiff’s post-industrial docklands, delivers its first consignment of complex, wired euphoria: The Condemned. Chains of decayed connection and shackles of genre-expectation are audibly broken as Huw Bunford, Cian Ciarán, Dafydd Ieuan and Guto Pryce re-route their paths as notorious scientists of sound, taking the outside lane to arrive close to where it all began for Super Furry Animals. Soldering human touch to synths and samplers, Das Koolies come through on their manifesto pledge of incinerating acoustic guitars while unsafely loading as much noise- making machinery onto their studio mains supply as possible. The Condemned, a confrontational, synth-driven outsider anti-anthem comes through as a warm-blood-on-cold- steel rope act of strict automation and humanity, commanding computers and code to find compromise with Ieuan and Bunford’s vocals.