Redkin - Finest Rock from Linz
"Redkin was sitting under southern skies, getting Southern feelings, while – On a quiet day – some homecoming traumatized soldier killed his own beloved family with his gun.
Reading the news, which were all selling lies, as Redkin was thinking, he decided to Sing of flowers, instead of thinking of soldiers and the wars they were in.
By doing so, Redkin can give a guideline and send his best Wishes to a growing child, who is Waiting alone at the station..."
Since end of 2008 Redkin follow a common path which resembles an avenue
lined with rock on the one and pop on the other side. The focus of the four
musicians always lies on the song in which vocals and guitar lead the
composition while bass and drums discreetly carry out their work in the
backround and are accurate then present when it is really necessary to
emerge from the depths. The aim is to perform the balancing act between
acoustic pop and distorted rock sounds and thereby allow each of the two
genres sufficient clearance. Their songs glide on a mostly gentle wave
which again and again beat high waves and lead, seasoned with profound
lyrics, to one or other eargasm.
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The DRUM-HEAD. The drummer. He is an eternal bachelor and enjoys
life to the full during listening to music inbetween fields and
wood land. Furthermore he loves to roll cigarettes and always has
a cool refreshment inside his bag.
The CABLE-MAN. The bass guitar. He has way too much hair and is
often as chaotic as his hairstyle. He adores to wire up the equipment
and cares that everybody has the perfect sound.
Guitar and Vocals
The BIG-HEAD. The guitar and second voice. He has a lot of hair
and attracts attention because of his huge trapezoidal head. He
is one of the creative brains and is an unending source of inspiration.
Mr. NICEGUY. The Voice. He has no hair but a fancy red off-road
vehicle which fortifies he is a real steel-city-cowboy. Although
he is a tough businessman his voice sounds as gentle and smooth
as a good old bourbon whiskey.