Scottish dark wave/new wave/cold wave duo now misplaced in London starring sound and visual artists Colette Dryburgh & Detroit Law.
The duo came to prominence this year with the release of their 3 singles collection and accompanying videos exploring themes of sci-fi, synthetics, suffering and dystopia, the mechanical heart beat to their sound and aesthetic.
D/D/D’s forthcoming E.P “Multi Muscle Disciplinary” delves unapologetically into the theories of “Mechanomorphism” a concept inspired by celebrated Scottish artist and sculptor Eduardo Paolozzi.
Humans are a species so in tune with technology that we now choose the synthetic over the organic and now possess the qualities of machines whilst also regressing to our former tribal traits.
“I feel the concrete between my toes, the porcelain is in my veins”. - Concrete
“I need this destruction - Just so I can fucking function”. - Feel like
“I want to feel the pain of others”. - Slow Release
DamnDirtyDuke’s “Multi Muscle Disciplinary” is released on all streaming and download platforms on Friday the 13th of September with a launch gig at The Glove that Fits on Thursday the 12th.
Catch Colette and Detroit live onstage at QMU, Glasgow on the 21st of September, along side The Ninth Wave, The Old Baths (Hackney) on the 12th of October and Electrowerkz the 19th of November, along side The Ninth Wave and Walt Disco.
The lead up single “Slow Release” will be released 1 week in advance for donation price on bandcamp for those who can’t wait.
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