Kalkaska

Kalkaska

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A couple art students from Detroit churn out highly reverbed, cut-n-past post dub for the youth of today. Skate punks, art fags, reggae 45 collectors, and neo-merry pranksters unite! It's a 2006 fucked up dance party.

Biography

A couple art students from Detroit churn out highly reverbed, cut-n-past post dub for the youth of today. Skate punks, art fags, reggae 45 collectors, and neo-merry pranksters unite! It's a 2006 fucked up dance party.

Kalkaska would love to play yourr backyard, basement, or abandon tennis court in the woods. we really don't mind catshit, so don't worry. We've got shitloads of cd-r's with amazing artwork, you can find them on our bedroom floors with coffee stains all over them. Ask us nicely and we might give you one.

Influences: Matt Porter's Reggae 45 collection, late night basement jams, Phantom Pregnancies, ESG, Hugh Mundell, Free Kitten, analog synths that barely work

Who we've played with: Mary Timony, Saturday Looks Good To Me, New Grenada, Judah Johnson, The Thermals, Red Pony Clock, Kind Of Like Spitting, Kiddo, Thunderbirds Are Now!, Stars, The King Cobra, and many more.

Discography

Smooth Move EP (Self Released / 2005)
Kalkaska Feeds The Cats (Audiopants / 2004)
Sir Walter Kalkaska (Self Released / 2004)
Fun Lakes EP (Electricks & Dunes / 2003)
Exile On James Street (Audiopants / 2002)

V/A "One Scene To Another" (Plumline / 2005)
V/A "Mitten State Transmissions" (Top Quality Rock & Roll / 2005)