Fronted by Sam Jones, the illegitimate and illiterate son of an illicit love affair between Glen Danzig and Henry Rollins, The Dynamite Club got their oats supporting the Dad Pistols on their 1978 'Winter of malcontent' tour. The next year they turned 27 and have been the same age since then.

Their debut EP 'Is the dancefloor calling...no.' was recorded live onto 2 track cassette deck once owned by John Lennon.

The Dynamite Club are horrible stinking liars. Scoundrels of the worst kind. Steer clear.

 

  • Winners of the Kerrang people's vote for 'Band most likely to still be living with their parents well into their thirties.'

  • Featured in The Braintree and Witham Times 'local acts to watch' September 1997

  • 'They're ite' – NME

  • 'I think I was at the wrong show' - Pitchfork

The Rogues' Gallery:

Sam Jones – yelling and notes

James Kirsch - screaming and more notes than Sam

Steven 'the best one' Parnell – bins and bvs

Special guest on bass - Chris 'handsome Dan' Jones

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Debut EP 'Is the dancefloor calling?...No.'

 Out Now 

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