The Needle Drop reviews Krishna

Super cool, The Needle Drop, one of our personal favorites, reviewed the new Krishna album!

Anthony thinks it’s “UFO JAZZ”

Skip to around 2:50 to see the review.

Ascend To Nothing reviews

DN - Ascend To Nothing

“An endless variation of a steady rhythm, a massive wave of saxophone sounds and curious mixture of electronic sounds”
Vital Weekly

“Met ‘Ascend To Nothing’ brengen Dead Neanderthals en Drvg Cvltvre onder de noemer Krishna van begin tot eind een fascinerende luistertrip: zwaar aangezet, uitdagend, geestverruimend en stemming verhogend”
Opduvel

“IT’S UFO JAZZ”
The Needle Drop

Ascend To Nothing is OUT NOW on Silken Tofu Records.
Buy the album on our Bandcamp.

OUT NOW: Krishna – Ascend To Nothing

DN - Ascend To NothingGood news!

KRISHNA, the ongoing collaboration between experimental techno producer Drvg Cvltvre and us, is alive and kicking. Our debut album ‘Ascend To Nothing’ is out now on the great Silken Tofu label.

Listen to the whole album right away by clicking here or stream it down below.

Krishna – Ascend To Nothing // Pre-order

DN - Ascend To NothingGood news!

KRISHNA is the ongoing collaboration between experimental techno producer Drvg Cvltvre and us. Our debut album ‘Ascend To Nothing’ (how jolly!) will be out July 22nd on the great Silken Tofu label.

Ascend to Nothing picks you up and throws you into the vortex of the ever-growing cosmos. Let’s get lost in the void forever.

Of course you can stream / pre-order the whole thing right away. Just click here or stream down below.

Some Roadburn shirts left

Hi!

We got some very limited kill-your-idols-jesus-christ-dead-neanderthals-axl-rose-roadburn shirts left. Sizes M, L and Xl (very limited quantities). If you want a copy, get in touch: deadneanderthals[at]gmail[dot]com
Only 10 euros (shipping not included).

DN Shirt

Exclusive track on Tartarus compilation tape

Good news if you were hoping for something along the lines of our first albums. Exclusive Dead Neanderthals track ‘Slow Kitten‘ is exactly that and can be found on the Tartarus Records mixtape ‘Forever Out Of Control‘.

The reason this mixtape was actually put together is less cool. In the 2015 edition of the Noorderzon Festival in Groningen (NL), Harma Heikens’ exhibition of sculptures was shut-down by festival management after people felt offended by one of the pieces being displayed. The work,‘Toys in the Attic’ (used as the cover for the mixtape) cryptically addresses the tender social issue of domestic child molestation.

The sculpture soon caused a small disturbance, and even threats were made to set fire to the exhibition. Management closed down Harma’s show until further notice, and quite soon for the remainder of the festival after Harma spoke to the press, which festival management had forbid her from doing so.

It is because of this that Harma’s piece ‘Toys in the Attic’ is used as the cover for Tartarus’ 50th release. ‘Forever Out Of Control’ is a special mixtape containing Dutch and Belgian bands who are connected to Tartarus or just good friends of the label, support the artist and are against censorship.

Other great bands on this tape are Terzij de Horde, MNHM, Ggu:ll, Teethgrinder and many more.

Tartarus comp

We’re playing Roadburn Festival 2016!!

Holy shit! Roadburn Festival invited us to play. Insane to realize that we’re sharing the bill with The Body, Repulsion and Lee Dorrian…
Again, HOLY SHIT!

Roadburn Festival announcement