United States of Audio ‘A History of the KLF’

USA23.2webOn the 23rd anniversary of The KLF retiring from the music industry, deleting all their back catalogue (and later vowing 23 years of silence), comes this new mix from United States of Audio. He’s assembled a chronological trip through the band’s history from underground bedroom samplers to Stadium House pop overlords.

As ever with USofA’s mixes it’s perfectly threaded together with interview snippets that tell the tale (listen out for how they build ‘Doctorin’ The Tardis’ sample by sample at one point). If you don’t know their story then jump in and if you do then all hail the Mu Mu, The Timelords and the Kings of Low Frequency and wonder where that 23 years went.KLF_exit NMEad

4 thoughts on “United States of Audio ‘A History of the KLF’

  1. You’re right of course Des, I’ve amended the text to reflect that, this was meant to mark 23 years since they deleted their catalogue and left the music industry

  2. It was the subsequent K Foundation project that in November 1995 vowed the ’23 years silence’. Not from music, but on the subject of burning the million pounds. Signed at Cape Wrath and later documented in Blah Blah Blah magazine.

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