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"Review of Crackhousewarmingparty (Relish)"

"Owes a great deal to The Faint, but this Dutch duo move into a melodic space-out that's all their own..." - Mixmag (UK)

"DJ Reviews of Crackhousewarmingparty (Relish)"

Craig Richards (Fabric / Various – Worldwide)
“Rub N Tug’s mix is fucking excellent as is the rest of it.”

Bones & Ramsey (Various – Europe)
“Very nice track, works well on the floor and the kids dig it.”

Twitch (Optimo / Various – UK)
“Love it! Nice one Robbi.”

Fil OK (Nag Nag Nag – London)
“This has gotta be one of the strangest named bands ever! The Rub N Tug mix is going down well, very dance floor friendly.”

Alvin C (Fabric / Stealth / Various – UK)
“Love this, especially the Rub N Tug remix. They put more space into the track. Perfect for my discos.”

Nathan Wilkins (Various – London)
“Very impressed with the Rub N Tug mix, certainly the only punk trance record in my box! Great for those excellent early morning drug marathons.”

Stan Fontan (Come Shake The Whole – UK)
“This is absolutely great, really love it. Starts off sounding like Arab Strap and ends in full on strobo mayhem. The lo-fi production really suits it. I can see this rocking all the darker dancefloors. Top marks.”

Rob Da Bank (Sunday Best / BBC Radio One)
“Fucking brilliant as ever on Relish! My top tune at the moment.”

Reverend Milo Speedwagon (Kiss 100 – London)
“Love the Rub N Tug remix, it’s all great., right up my strasse...”

Ivan Smagghe (Various – Europe)
“Rub N Tug’s mix is fantastic, they are on a roll...”
- via Fine Records


December 2004 - 12" Crackhousewarmingparty (Relish records)
June 2005 - 12" Harlem USA - Ajello remix by David Gilmour Girls (Relish Records)
August 2005 - 12" Heavy Metal Music Magazines (Relish records)


Feeling a bit camera shy


Following closely behind intoxicated late night banter as our favorite form of communication, we (the DGG) are creating music as a vehicle to communicate our views on life, love, loss and soccer. Based in a small three room apartment in Amsterdam's Oud Zuid we're diverting our precious time between discussing the genius of Paul Westerberg, killing the flies swarming over the sink, the occasional walk to the nightshop and, sometimes, pressing some buttons on a keyboard and/or sequencer. These are the things we hold dear after hauling our amps, guitarcases and hangovers across Europe and the rest of the civilized world for several years in a 'traditional' band environment.
Anyhow, the debut DGG 'CrackHouseWarmingParty' 12" was released late 2004 by Headman's Relish Records and received great reviews and DJ support from people like Trevor Jackson, Tiefschwarz, Erol Alkan, Ivan Smagghe (Blackstrobe), Sasse (Mood Music), Paul Mogg (Psychonauts), The Glimmers, Craig Richards, Chicken Lips, Touche and BBC Radio 1 DJ Rob Da Bank. Besides the original track it features a remix from NYC duo Rub n Tug (of A.R.E. Weapons, and who also remixed !!! and the Beastie Boys). August 2005 saw the release of the follow up single 'Heavy Metal Music Magazines', including two new tracks and a remix by Timo Kaukolampi (known for his work on Annie's 'Anniemal' record). Promotional copies are going around already and are doing very well getting support by names such as 2manyDJʻs, Tiga and James Murphy.
The DGG are working at a full length record for Relish Records at this time, due to be finished and released at the end of this year. A remix for Ajello's 'Harlem USA' came out in June on the 'Italian Remixes EP'.