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Das Koolies – DK.01 (Released 22nd September 2023)




//Strangetown Records / Amplify Music//


£27.99 – Dinked Edition #242


– 2LP recycled colour vinyl (colours vary due to vinyl being recycled) 

– Bonus 7” with 2 exclusive tracks *

– Exclusive 12” signed art print *

– Wide spine sleeve with exclusive artwork *

– Numbered edition

– Limited pressing of 600 *


*EXCLUSIVE to Dinked Edition


£27.99 – Indies Only Recycled Colour X2 LP (colours varied)


£28.99 – Black X2 LP


After four decades together as Super Furry Animals, the debut album from Das Koolies promises a genre-bending expansion of their most electronic-leaning and experimental ideas, made with the help of contributors and influences as diverse as MC Killa Kela and 17th Century composer, Henry Purcell.


‘DK.01’ re-opens the book on the quartet’s long-term friendship and musical union at the next chapter, with their meandering tale together having begun in the vortex of North Wales’ illicit rave scene in the early-1990s. Last seen on stage together as the Furries’ final tour concluded in 2016, Bunford, Ciarán, Ieuan and Pryce reconvened Das Koolies around poker nights and half-remembered riffs shortly after, scratching a persistent, 30-year itch to perform a factory reset and deep dive into the synth-driven sound they’d heard in their heads all along. 


Looking forward to the album’s release Das Koolies say: “The return has been welcomed. Unanimously. Dissent, however, will be tolerated. An abundance of ideas, new inventions and old friendships percolate, produce and persist. Come this way as a dead end is circumvented to show an open road.”


Alongside Rhys Ifans, guests set to appear on the album include influential British MC Killa Kela and the physical infrastructure of Cardiff, Wales’ capital city itself, as field recordings of percussive strikes on metallic structures make their way onto the record, symbolising the freedom with which ideas entered the studio from all possible sources. 


Referring to classical composer, Henry Purcell with a bassline inspired by 300-year-old examples of the same, plus completing one demo that has existed in one form or another since 1998, DK.01 will reveal and celebrate the elasticity of time and the musical ideas within it, as it will inevitably expose the band’s own liberty to do just as they please.


Best Mindfuck Yet 

Out Of This World 

Nuthin’ Sandwich 



Holy Shit 

Masters Of Mankind 

A Ride 



Pain Down The Drain 




Wired For Sound 


A Sorry (demo version)

B Sorry (instrumental version)


Additional information


Black X2 LP, Dinked Edition #242, Indies Only Recycled Colour X2 LP (colours varied)