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ARTIST
TITLE
Unendliche Freiheit
FORMAT
12"

LABEL
CATALOG #
SST 009EP SST 009EP
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
3/22/2004

"Thats right. Bum Khun Cha Youth started in the mid 90ies as a kind of indie-rock outfit. The mission back in the days: kick ass out of all the boring folk bands between Frankfurt and Cologne (the hometown of the five band members) -- which worked out perfectly. The first single was published on the tocotronic-label Rock-O-Tronic. The second one on Ritchie Records. Both releases featured cover designs of Berlin's finest graphic girl Evelin Höhne. On the drums back in the days: Jens Friebe, currently on a big world tour with Berlin's Maximilian Hecker. After five years of indie-boheme-lifestyle and a lot of party excesses it is now time for the Bum Khun Cha Youth reload. Reduced to a duo with a lot of lofi-Pet-Shop-Boys-blood in their veins. New deals are here to make: the lyrics are quite sensitive, the sound is totally mind-weird. Bum Khun Cha Youth 2004 is turbo-hedonism. No time for minimal in this world -- only the testosterone of these two androgynous alcoholics is minimal. Maximal are their hate feelings for the last Peter Licht record -- cause: fun is easily possible for everyone, but style is quite hard to get these days. So: 'we're here to gay. Pardon: stay.'" 6 track EP.