from M8 magazine, December 2007 Hal Ritson of The Young Punx has performed, written or produced behind the scenes on over 150 dance records in the past 4 years, including playing keyboards on Eric Prydz’s “Call On Me”, singing the “Jimmy Somerville” lead vocals on Supermode’s “Tell Me Why” and co-writing 2 tracks on David… Read more »
THE YOUNG PUNX Dance music is known for its inherent lack of humour. In these days of po-faced minimal techno posers, a hamster burp and a beat can be hailed as the latest manifestation of genius, with the prankster antics of The KLF seeming like a distant memory. But all is not lost: enter stage-left… Read more »
The much anticipated debut album by The Young Punx. This incredible eclectic mash up of musical styles is one of the most diverse and exciting dance releases for years, set to become a highlight of many people’s CD collections and iPods.
With Mixes from Norman Cook, Soul Seekerz and Phonat
The title track from The Young Punx’ debut album, With mixes from Olav Basoski, Don Diablo and Phonat
Album of the Week The Young Punx ‘Your Music Is Killing Me’ (MofoHifi) This refreshing and at times startling debut from Hal Ritson and Cameron Saunders is the sorta record Fatboy Slim should have made to follow-up ‘We’ve Come A Long Way Baby’. It’s phat, funky, quirky, in-ya-face and above all fun. Stompers like ‘Wake… Read more »
Video for the title track from The Young Punx’ debut album “Your music is killing me”. Animated video by Dutch digital artist Han Hoogerbrugge.
Animated video for “Wake up, make up, bring it up, shake up” by UK mashed up electronica act The Young Punx. Video created by dutch artist Han Hoogerbrugge. The song is based on a loop from an early song by The Police. Taken from their album “Your music is killing me”.
Surf guitars, breaks, ragga vocals, mixes from Norman Cook and Dopeheadz, an awesome video… Oh yes…
Archive of news from 2007
Two hikers get drawn into a mysterious and surreal coastal world where the power of the Shipping Forecast summons the demon metal guitarist from the depths and possesses the locals with the spirit of ROCK! Will they survive the encounter? Featuring Mike Fielding (Naboo from The Mighty Boosh)
Expect massive things from this insane “shipping Forecast” sampling slice of dirty electro house.
Massive glam disco electro house with a plastic surgery edge. Over 10 Judge Jules plays!