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Trinity battle of the bands
The Academy

By Angela Macari - O'Looney

KILLER CHLOE started their set with a galloping intro which exploded, with lots of distortion and a very weird post punk sound filled with spark! I found it new, exciting and adrenaline-packed. They had this way of making you feel you'd just knocked back a pint of Aftershock through a straw! They were arrogant, loud and downright irresistible! This number was called 'High Song'.

'Stop' was their second song and what I really loved in this was the little riffs and extremely appealing bass on top of supremely sweet harmony. This number is quite dramatic and punchy and Peter performed some great stuff ..boards and his voice was really special. With lots of amazing changes in dynamics, from an upbeat verse into a screaming chorus they never let you out of their spider's web of mesmerising music! A brilliant song!

Next they played 'Sanderson's', which for me stood out because of a great change of key in the middle. There's a haunting refrain with sweet harmonic 'oohs'. Then suddenly you are taken back to the MAD screaming chorus!

'Coin box' was a crazy song with a vibrant chorus and this was followed by 'Feargal rock'. By now the crowd were hopping and pogoing and full of life and the atmosphere was up to 90.

With cute riffs and weird discords going on, this lot was a band I would just love to hear more of. I feel I'm going to see them again because they have something for sure! Peter, the singer raised the roof and left his keyboards to concentrate on giving the final chorus his all!
- Angela Macari - O'Looney


Killer Chloe e.p. - 2007
Live @ The Academy - 2008



Killer Chloe are an original electro/rock four piece from Rathgar.

The group has been writing and gigging together for 4 years.

The band have played gigs around Dublin city at venues such as the Village, Whelans, Eamon Dorans, The Academy, Crawdaddy and The Voodoo Lounge.

Killer Chloe also played the main stage at the Trinity Ball 2008.

The band made it to the quarter final of the first ever Oxegen battle of the bands only to be narrowly beaten by 7 votes to the eventual competition winners.

The band has built up a considerable following in the Dublin underground music scene and in the major Dublin colleges and universities, particularly in Trinity and UCD.