So I had a chance to listen to the debut EP from The Dynamite Club “Is The Dancefloor Calling?… No.” If you’re unfamiliar with them now, you won’t be for long. This EP hits hard right out of the gate with the opening song “Wake Up” and then keeps you guessing just what kind of band you’re listening to with more anthem styled tunes like “Apocalypse” and “One Sixth” to more pop punk influenced tunes like “Erotomania”.
This hard working punk band from across the pond with two snarky English singers has been working it out for the past five years in the London area. Their DIY ethics are evident in this recording produced and mixed by James Kirsch.
My only complaint about this EP is that there isn’t, as of yet more from The Dynamite Club to listen to. If you’re in the mood for a band that is a little different than you’re used to, but would fit perfectly on a playlist with your favourite SoCal punk bands, Is The Dance Floor Calling?… No. might just hit the spot.
1. Wake Up
4. Lights Out
5. Third Eye
6. One Sixth
The Dynamite Club is
Sam – vocals and guitar
James – vocals and guitar
Luke – Bass
Steven – Drums
Been a band for about 5 years, with James and Steven joining in last couple. Everything you see and hear is done totally DIY (with a little help from our friends).
We’ve played shows for the likes of the Garageland club, Camden Rocks and South London Punk Collective.
Influences: fast punk n roll from 1950s to present day.