Das Fluff
DE Berlin – Electropop / Electropunk
Das Fluff


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Das Fluff assault the senses with aggressive, eloquent, electro rock Sleazy synths, snaking guitars, filthy bass lines and punky percussion, are set against the huge vocal range of the magnificently menacing Dawn Lintern.

Dark confessionals merge with dirty dance beats with a maturity and intensity that is unapologetically confrontational. Beware.

Critics have compared Das Fluff to Siouxsie, Goldfrapp, Depeche Mode, Suicide and NIN.

'Das Fluff are full of character, variety and vitality, you can't ignore what they do ...'
Mick Mercer

Firmly established on the London scene, Das Fluff have also headlined in Asia, Europe and the US, as well as touring with Toyah and Lene Lovich and performing with B-Movie, Viv Albertine, Sigue Sigue Sputnik and Lydia Lunch.

Frontwoman/writer Dawn Lintern intimidates, mesmerises and charms fans and strangers alike with a dangerous edge and an outrageously larger-than-life stage presence.

Founder member Steve May on guitar skillfully sheds notes ranging from tears to primal screams, interwoven through the band's carefully crafted electronica and Christian Ruland's sample wizardry.

2014 saw the addition of the distinctive bass sounds of Chris Limb and the pounding tribal rhythms of percussionist -The Elusive Stranger - who have bolstered Das Fluff's live sound up to new energetic highs.

'Never has anger sounded so good'

Christian Ruland's dynamic and unsettling live-mix projections add to the theatricality of live shows. Ruland has also directed the band's extensive catalogue of videos.

'Uninhibited rawness of expression ... simmering lyrics ... stunningly beautiful ...'

Das Fluff's second album, 'Meditation and Violence' caught the attention of Robin Rimbaud aka Scanner (world-renowned master of experimental electronic soundscapes) who created an epic remix of 'Moonsong'.

Angie Bowie can be heard raving about them on her recent radio show and Das Fluff are regularly featured on numerous alternative and underground radio stations around the world.

'A great collection of strong songs, skilfully crafted, well-recorded and performed ... we have evidence of an artist who has the confidence to pursue her vision ... if you like music with darker depths that seeks to shine a light on the spirit of the age whilst giving you something to hum along to, this is the album for you. Highly recommended'
Redefine Magazine

Their new single 'I Love You (When You're On The Dancefloor)' will be released in May 2015. They are currently recording their third album.

'If that didn't make you sit up and listen, I don't know what will'
Ruth Barnes, Amazing Radio