Pink Elephant's Graveyard

Pink Elephant’s Graveyard

The Pink Elephant's Graveyard is where we store all cultural artifacts documenting that which is uniquely K.

Tuesday, July 24th, 2012


Make-Up had just returned from their first U.S. tour, where they stopped over in Olympia, Washington to record their Dub Narcotic Disco Plate “R U a Believer” [DBN106].

Make-Up are introduced by Amy Farina (Lois/The Warmers/The Evens). Also on the bill are Containe, Blonde Redhead and Dub Narcotic Sound System, who were on their first U.S. tour celebrating the release of the Industrial Breakdown EP [KLP039] (also released as a Dub Narcotic Disco Plate DBN105).

Ian Svenonius: “We played here twice, the second time Iggy Pop was there, very incognito, and spoke a few words with us.”