OLAF HUND Returns With His ‘MUSIC IS DEAD’ EP!

By on 21 September, 2011


 

Alternative music artist Olaf Hund returns after the release of his debut single I Wanna Be Your Ice-Cream, with a new EP release consisting of 6 songs and 3 videos!

 

This will be the first EP release taken from the series called Music is Dead – made up of half-album-EPs and videos that will be be released through 2011 and 2012.

It’s safe to say that his style is somewhat unique, as he mixes electronic beats with a bit of post punk and classical compositions. While you may think that I’m one cherry short of a fruitcake, you have to listen to the tracks to understand that Olaf‘s music is predominantly unclassifiable. His style in mixing humour with sadness is sure to stir up the world of music!
 

The EP release will include videos to Rock ‘n’ Beat (directed by Fabien Oliva), We Love Electronic (directed by Laurent Hart) and the I Wanna Be Your Ice Cream video (directed by Olaf Hund and Gabrielle Besk).
 

Check out this great yukulele version of I Wanna Be Your Ice Cream – filmed in London this summer:

 

 

Expect more surprises like this one from Hund, including a cemetery tour! Yep, you read that correctly.
 

This EP will be available from 3rd October, 2011, on digital, CDs, vinyl and playbuttons. For details on tour dates, shop details and videos, check out www.olafhund.com!

 

Music Is Dead Opus 1.0 EP [Track-listing]
 

I Wanna Be Your Ice Cream [3’56]

Psycho Killer [3’07] (Talking Heads cover version)

Rock’n’Beat [4’21]

We Love Electronic [4’40]

Scream & Jump [3’54]

The Hund Is Dead [4’45]

 

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Olaf-Hund/107513379271260

Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/olafhund

Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/user/PostElectronic


 


 

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