band out of Japan
, Denki Groove puts out some decent club dance music
, good enough to groove
to at least.
and Pierre Taki
, leads for Denki Groove, began their careers with a band named Jinsei
. In 1990
, following the break-up of Jinsei, they were joined by Marin Ishino
and formed Denki Groove. Most attendees at their concerts say their stage performances are unique in an aggressive and funny way, cutting beats that are simultaneously nonsense and sarcastic but frank. Since I do not speak Japanese
I can only assume they are right.
Denki Groove is good listening material if you want a different sort of sound that you can still bounce around in your chair and annoy your workmates with.