K-HOLES

Biography

K-HOLES was a New York City-based band that emerged in the late 2000s. Formed by lead singer and guitarist Jack Hines, the band quickly gained attention for their unique blend of punk, garage rock, and psychedelic influences. The other members of the band included Sara Villard on bass, Vashti Windish on vocals and saxophone, Ben Greenberg on guitar, and Patty Conway on drums.

Known for their energetic live performances and experimental sound, K-HOLES released their debut album, simply titled “K-HOLES,” in 2011 on the Hardly Art record label. The album received critical acclaim for its raw and visceral sound, drawing comparisons to bands like The Cramps and Sonic Youth.

Over the years, K-HOLES continued to tour and release music, further solidifying their reputation as a boundary-pushing and dynamic force in the underground music scene. Their sound evolved with each release, incorporating elements of post-punk, noise rock, and electronic music.

Unfortunately, K-HOLES disbanded in the mid-2010s, with members moving on to pursue other musical projects. Despite their relatively short-lived career, K-HOLES left a lasting impact on the music world with their uncompromising approach and fearless experimentation. They are remembered as a band that pushed the boundaries of genre and sound, leaving behind a legacy of powerful and influential music.

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K-HOLES

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Rock Garage Rock, Punk Vinyl
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