Gang Gang Dance is undoubtedly one of the most interesting art-rock bands to appear in the 2000s. Alongside Brooklyn groups like Black Dice and Animal Collective, Gang Gang Dance are defined by that classic New York City art-damaged take on rock deconstruction that brought us sonic innovation from the Velvet Underground to Sonic Youth. The band’s sound folds in various strains of electronic music, ethereal ‘80s art-rock, noise, dub and a keen sense of rhythmic experimentation. From its beginnings as a loose-limbed psych-improv unit to the band’s ever-evolving take on pop song structure the results are always hypnotic and unique.
The five founding members of Gang Gang Dance have deep ties to New York’s art and music scene. Before... Read More