Paranoid Party Dog LEG PUPPY Back In Da House With ‘FIVE’ Vibrant Vibrations

Extended Plays

22 November 2021

Artist: LEG PUPPY
Who: Techno misfit from London

New EP: FIVE

“Five tracks all over Five minutes, not one
mention of heartbreak, love and moving on!

Turn Up The Volume: This 5-track EP with five of Leg Puppy’s
Top-5 hits is what you need to kick another awful virus year in
the mouth mask face.

40 minutes of brainwashing dancefloor frenzy starting with the sassy
electro-rock stomper ‘Tears‘ delivered with trance-tastic Voi Vang vocals,
followed by a black paranoid sabbath orgy, a technotronic jam called NDA,
a schizophrenic Luid 23 juggernaut and a razzle-dazzle roller coaster doing
your dope profile in to end this Doomsday party.

FIVE is the EP to start and
end all Xmas diners with…


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LEG PUPPY: Facebook

LEG PUPPY And VIOLENT VICKIE Invite You For A Graveyard Rave

Clips that impress your eyes and ears

Artist: LEG PUPPY
Who: Acid house junk
from London.

New album: THE AIR IN UTOPIA IS POISON
6th album – check all others on Bandcamp
Released: 27 August 2021
Order info: here

Puppy teamed up with Violent Vickie, a Los Angeles-based
Dark-Synth-Riot artist, for the album’s jinxed jam Turn It Up Keith.
Vickie‘s gloomy vocals fit the doomed groove perfectly. Seems like
the duo invites us for an illegal graveyard rave.

No idea where the horrific video comes from but while we’re at
that graveyard rave the clip should play on a giant screen while
we all losing our senses.

Roll the tape, Keith and turn up the volume…

LEG PUPPY: Facebook
VIOLENT VICKIE: Facebook


Your graveyard rave hostess

Photo by Aeaissa Jade

Hardest Working Acid House Junk On The Planet – LEG PUPPY Unleashed 6th Album

4 September 2021

Artist: LEG PUPPY
Who: Acid house addict from London.

New album: THE AIR IN UTOPIA IS POISON
6th album – check all others on Bandcamp
Released: 27 August 2021
Order info: here

Turn Up The Volume: The hardest acid house junk on the (British) planet
strikes again just in time to turn the just reopened nightclubs into a techno
Utopia. Let the bleeps and beeps and the booms and the beats rule again.
Hungry bodies sweat again when juicy Cliff Richard blasts out of the huge
speakers. Dope people move and groove again like it’s 1999. E-cstatic.

Boris is not dope! Leg Puppy is dope!
Tories are not dope! Labour is dope!
This record is dope! House is dope!
The dance floor is dope! Utopia is dope!
Saturday’s fever is dope! You are dope!

Hey boys, hey girls,
superstar Puppy DJs, here we go…


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Mixed and mastered by Exire
All tracks produced Leg Puppy & Exire
All tracks written by Leg Puppy
Guitars on ‘Algorithms You’re an Arsehole’ Simon Meek

Vocals
‘Algorithms You’re an Arsehole’ feat Evie Blue
‘Turn it up Keith’ feat Violent Vickie

Sleeve design
Cristabel Christo

LEG PUPPY Is The New Dope And Social Media Is The New Coke…

17 April 2021

London’s techno sensation LEG PUPPY strikes again.

This time he has an irresistible offer for all you social media
junkies out there. His proposition: “I am a social media expert.
Grow your profile with 2k followers for 20 US dollars
.”

Attractive, right? You can contact the Puppy expert right here.
Good luck, I hope you all become online celebrities.

Anyway, Leg Puppy, while getting scandalously rich, has another sonic
smokescreen for his identity out called, yes indeed, YOUR PROFILE IS DOPE.
It’s technotastic, like a synth-manic-Kraut-dance-snorter going on like forever
and ever. Think Chemical Brothers remixing Kraftwerk.

Now here’s my proposition: just forget about all that shitty followers crap.
Buy this dope track. Make Leg Puppy rich for his real expertise. Trust me,
he’s worth every penny.

Social media is the new coke, Leg Puppy is the new dope.

Hey boys, hey girls, listen up…

Buy the track here…


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And don’t forget to follow Leg Puppy on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram

LEG PUPPY Remix Saga Continues With… Hot Hot Hot Remix Of ‘KINKY EMOJI’

Daily electricity to load your batteries…

Sorry, it’s Monday, I have a weekend hangover, and
I’m too lazy to write a review of this new remix of an
old remix of the original mix by the remix champions
LEG PUPPY with the help of remixer Henri Sizaret.
But I’ll give you this…

All info

Track: Kinky Emoji (Hot Hot Hot)
Produced by LegPuppy & Exire
Remixed by Aka – Henri Sizaret
Mixed and mastered by Exire

Taken from the album
‘A guide to social remixing’
https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/leg…​

Subscribe to our channel: https://goo.gl/4dvSCc​

Spotify: https://goo.gl/3SNW8e​
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LegPuppy​
Insta: https://www.instagram.com/legpuppy/​
Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/Legpuppymusic​
Soundcloud: https://www.soundcloud.com/legpuppy​
Bandcamp: https://legpuppy.bandcamp.com​
Google Play: https://goo.gl/M5j73F​”

The claustrophobic clip

LEG PUPPY: Facebook

Techno Panderemix With Demonix LEG PUPPY Trixs

25 January 2021

Artist: LEG PUPPY (London)
Who: Masked dance junks addicted to show
up everywhere, just like Forrest Gump

Album: A GUIDE TO SOCIAL REMIXING
Released: 22nd January 2021

Why: Let’s be honest, who needs a remixed album by Leg Puppy?
Me and you and a dog named Boo, as long as the puppy panderemix
roars its ugly head.

Sounds like: Lucy in the Leg Puppy sky with diamonds / Dillinger’s cocaine
running around our puppy brain played at il-leg-aly speed / Taking a leg on
the vicious puppy side / Brown Leg Sugar with Mother’s little puppy helpers /
Poor paycheck painkillers / Cigarettes and puppy alcohol / White Brexit rabbits /
Snoopy puppie vibes and chemical brothers thrills /

Not remixed… yet

The full pandemix


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LEG PUPPY: IntsagramPuppybook

Buy the remixed viruses right here.

Bad Year For Megalomaniacs – TRUMP Is DUMPED And BORIS Is BUMPED

31 December 2020

It was really a bad year for me-myself-and-I megalomaniacs. First Donald Duck Trumpet was dumped by the American people because he didn’t make the land of opportunities great again – the sociopath split it right down the middle – and now Bojo the Clown is bumped by LEG PUPPY, the underground Joker mouthpiece for the British fuck-you-Boris movement.

To avoid fake misunderstandings LEG PUPPY just issued an official statement. According to the puppies the honorable Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson is a BIG POSH PRICK.

For further explicit details check this last pick of the day of the year 2020…

LEG PUPPY: Facebook

See you next year, wackos

Turn Up The Volume’s 20 KNOCKOUT TRACKS Of 2020 – Simply The Best!

22 December 2020

I love the smell of rock and roll.
Here come Turn Up The Volume’s
20 Knockout Tracks
of 2020.
Nothing but the best! Hands down!

1. ‘State Of The Union’ by PUBLIC ENEMY (Long Island, New York)
Time to get up and leave the White House, Donald Dumped. You split the USA right down the middle, you’re a disgrace for America, for humanity and the whole wide world. GO!

From brill album: What You Gonna Do When the Grid Goes Down?

Unprecedented, demented, many president’d / Nazi Gestapo dictator defended / State of the Union, shut the fuck up / Sorry ass motherfucker / Stay away from me / State of the Union,
shut the fuck up

2. ‘Ultra Plus Ultra’ by ELEFANT (Belgium)
The Belgian sound-exploring motherrockers unleashed their second stupefying album Behajung  early this year with Ultra Plus Ultra‘ as one of the dazzling highlights.
A schizophrenic sonic blast with balls. Abso-fucking-lutely cool! VREE WIJS! You betcha!

3. ‘Hot Slick’ by PINS (Manchester, UK)
A hot stuff disco stomper that should be played in all discotheques around the globe,
from one of the coolest gangs on the planet. Bad girls forever. Title track from their swirling party album. Saturday night pins fever all the way!

4. ‘Under The Spell Of Joy’ by DEATH VALLEY GIRLS (Los Angeles)
Sickly sticky like first-class glue. With an angelic choir, feet-tapping drum beats, sweaty
sax flames and a mental finale. Yes, it’s Death Valley Girls en-joy-ing themselves in a new sonic zone. Don’t resist the spell! From the rad, same titled full length.

5. ‘I Found Out’ by OFFWORLD (UK)
Hard-Fi‘s frontman Richard Archer and imposing vox Krysten Cummings realized a high-powered tour de force. An epic heart and soul explosion! TOP! Waiting for the album!

6. ‘Never Ever Ever’ by BOA Vs COBRA (Belgium)
Don’t mess with charismatic frontwoman Sandy Fee who rants unambiguously about a toxic relationship from the very start when ‘Bad bad bad boy‘ bursts out of your speakers. The decibels turn up when the ablaze chorus kicks in. Stunning uppercut!

7. ‘American Dream’ by TOKYO TABOO (London, UK)
A steamy stunner with an explosive in-your-orange-face-intro, kick-starting this
clamorous jackhammer instantly with a titanic wall-of-blazing-riff hurly-burly and deafening percussion slams. YEAHHHHHHHHHHH!

Hey Mr President
You’re just a joke
Kids dodging bullets
World’s up in smoke

8. ‘Sweet’ by PORRIDGE RADIO (UK)
A towering loudQUIETloud haymaker with Margolin‘s repeating magnetically ‘I’m charming, I’m sweet and she will love me when she meets me‘. Emotive belter from the band’s excellent album Every Bad. Porridge Radio is on its way to world domination! Capeesh??

9. ‘Mr. Motivator’ by IDLES (Bristol, UK)
A riff-roaring ripper made to start crowded moshpits at gigs (for now you need to pirouette yourself bananas at home). A red-hot-blooded corker that does your head in. Hells Bells! Album: Ultra Mono.

10. ‘A Hero’s Death’ by FONTAINES D.C. (Ireland)
‘Life isn’t always empty ‘ states frontman Grian Chatten in his characteristic parlando
flow while the band grooves non-stop. Album: A Hero’s Death.

11. ‘Dark Blue’ by THROWING MUSES (California)
A firm banger driven by a solid beat with a pounding guitar groove, Kristin Hersh‘s characteristic sensual voice, and a catchy polyphonic chorus. Throwing Muses rocks!
From the band’s highly acclaimed longplayer Sun Racket

12. ‘The Rise And Fall Of America’ by THE MOODS (Manchester, UK)
A crystal clear stream of cutting lines as sharp as a brand-new Swiss knife. It’s The Moods‘ towering take on the bombastic American National Anthem. They rock, roar and rage. The Moods kick ass! Go home Donald Duck Trumpet!

13. Psychopath’s Monologue by THE CHRONICLES OF MANIMAL AND SAMARA
A 2020 Apocalypse Now Odyssey. It all starts enigmatically with Samara reciting her Dante’s Inferno inspired poem in a haunting foreplay tone until Manimal shows up and all metallic hell breaks loose. Learn more about this year’s most intriguing act in their interview with Turn Up The Volume right here.

14. ‘Paycheck’ by LEG PUPPY
A dizzy disco-ball drone making you jump up and down like a kangaroo on E. It goes bang, bang, bang, and bang with crazy duet vocals all over it and that psych-o-delic surf guitar riff that messes up your mind the way you like it. Dance floor blast. PAY THEM!

15. ‘A Reason To Celebrate’ by bdrmm (Hull, UK)
Delightful shoegaze rainbow. Like a nightingale symphony waking you up in the morning. From – yes, ladies and gents – the best debut LP of the year with Bedroom.

16. ‘Out Of The Shadows’ by GREAT HARE (Sweden)
From the stimulating intro on you’ll tap your feet, without even noticing it. This is the wake-up-call I want to hear when I can’t get out of my bed in the morning. You simply can’t resist this shot of adrenaline. This is what elevating pop is all about.


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17. ‘Man Of Chaos’ by FLIGHT ATTENDANT (Nashville, US)
A feverish cracker and jaw-dropping power slam. The sensual, magnetic, and spellbinding vocals create a sort of delirious trance. And when, unexpectedly, bouncy strings kick in as a harbinger for a vibrant finish you’ll reach a sonic orgasm.

18. ‘Rainbow Records’ by OCEANOGRAPHY (Oakland, CA)
Glorious guitar pop stonker getting your aural attention from the get-go with a repetitive riff sticking immediately. Inflammable passion, scintillating ardency, and vehement fervor. Big tune, big sentiments and a big voice reminding me of Greg Dulli‘s imposing vocals at times.


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19. ‘Maggot Line’ by THE BATTERY FARM (Manchester, UK)
“We all gonna die and it’s our fault.” This is not just a punk slogan. It’s the fucking truth. Middle-finger to all those buffoons who ignore global warming, corona and The Battery Farm. NO MERCY!

20. ‘No Rock Save In Roll’ by CORNERSHOP (UK)
A rattling Stones-esque garage rocker with an unstoppable groove that makes you
want to jump in the street and have a sweet little dance (with mouth mask on).

All together on Spotify

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How Was 2020 For The Baader-Meinhof Punks Called… LEG PUPPY?

16 December 2020

Five reasons why you should read this Q & A with masked clowns… LEG PUPPY

1. They fabricate illegal 24-hour party music for illegal raves at illegal dance basements
2. They move and groove like spaced-out monkeys on a, b, c, d, E and circus acid
3. The Federal Bureau of Intesticides, short for FBI have an inside file on these outsiders
4. They re-defined the meanings of sarcasm, cynism and visual humour in puppy rock
5. They are the new Baader-Meinhof punks, ready to kidnap Boris Johnson

Oh, and they are the messed-up authors of the danm-bloody-best
mind-alternating-disco-inferno-paycheck-hit of this crackdown year…

Hello Puppy Simon

Who or what is LEG PUPPY?

“I am Leg Puppy, you are Leg Puppy, we are Leg Puppy. And a non-pretentious answer: me and whoever else is around for the ride, best mates, fans or basically stealing musicians from other bands.

Simon is our main clown. I have to mention him otherwise he won’t read the article unless he’s in it. Love you, Simon. Plus, a big mention to my producer Exire. Who is a real, special talent? He’s definitely the 5th or 38th Puppy.”

What secrets are hidden behind those big corona proof masks?

“Now that would be telling, there’s definitely a lot of secrets, all hidden within my lyrics.”

Why has the FBI a file on you, guys?

“I once rang them up and shouted ‘Call the FBI’ in my best Columbo voice, they’ve been on our case ever since. It might also have something to do with the 2000 Leg Puppy balloons we sent them.”

New single PAYCHECK is about money I suppose.
So how many did LEG PUPPY earned this year?

“As we are the biggest band in the world called Leg Puppy, the offers came flooding in.
So much so, like the KLF before us, we got paid 1 million pounds, although this wasn’t
in actual money, it was in Orange Squash. We wrote a book about pouring the whole lot down the plughole. KLF’s lawyers have been in touch.

Tells us how to do rave safely in these unsafe times,
cause you have A GUIDE TO SOCIAL DISTANCING?

“Lock down your aerials, pump up your slippers, get a few balloons,
and party like it’s 2020.”

A new album is waiting in the pipeline. What sort of hullabaloo can we expect?

“We actually have 3. But the next one is ‘A guide to social remixing’. Everyone is basically
sick of the term social distancing now, so we thought we’d milk that album and put out a remix one. We’ve got some killer remixes with the likes of Rocket Recordings band Gnoomes, Dicepeople, 1i2c & AKA (the best electronic artist not to be on Mute Records). The Kinky Emoji remix is just way too hot and will no doubt be played in every strip bar this side of Croydon.

Suppose you were asked to rewrite and put new music to the British Royal Anthem ‘God Save The Queen’. No restrictions whatsoever. What would be the outcome, in sound and vision?

“What a brilliant question. I actually sampled ‘God Save the Queen’ but played it in reverse on Corgi Stop, a track of our new album. Actually, I’m talking crap, it was ‘Land of Hope and Glory’. I’d love to do a Clown mob video. Get loads of us in clown masks wiggling. Outside number 10 or Buckingham Palace.”

Do the wiggle, folks…

A lot of musicians came up with a cover of another artist’s song during
these bizarre times. Which one would you pick to trash and smash?

“Cool answer: ‘What about us’ by The Fall. Real answer: ‘Biology’ by ‘Girls Aloud’.”

Boris Johnson: should he stay or should he go?

Corgi Stop from our album Non Disclosure Agreement translates Stop Boris. He’s a big
posh sod with plumbs in his mouth. And I recently wrote a track called ‘Fuck Boris’. Here’s
a snippet. ‘His name is Boris he’s an arrogant prick, he went to Eton and he sucks his own dick, Fuck Boris!’ I wrote that to go with our 2019 track Nominate 10. We were going to perform this version live only. Then something happened in the world, can’t remember what it was now.”

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Donald Trump or Elvis Presley?

“In a glory hole? Prob Trump as I’m not
sure Elvis’s would still work.”

THE KLF or EMERSON, LAKE and PALMER?

“I’ve never really been a Robert Palmer fan. Could a stage take
all the KLF’s money and our OJ? It would be Rick n Roll mayhem.”

What was the worst track and the worst album you heard in 2020,
except your own music?

“Anything by The 1975, I don’t get it. They won a Brit award. How did this happen?”


1975 was an awful year…

The daftest video clip of the past 12 months?

“There’s some dude on Instagram who makes contractions with his head and rubber bands. Forget his name. Headband man maybe? Ah, found him, ‘Janerichsen’ he gets hundreds of comments, I need to get him on board, he’d be a great fit.”

Your favourite mouth mask of this corona year?

“Can we time travel to 2019? Thanks, a friend and I set ourselves a project, to visit every iconic place in London wearing the clown mask. We tried to get into the National Portrait Gallery, but they weren’t having it, so my mate brilliantly came up with this story that she was my carer and it’s my anxiety mask, they fell for it so we walked in absolutely pissing ourselves laughing. There’s some pics on our Instagram.”

Which song will LEG PUPPY play on 31st December at midnight
to annoy the neighborhood?

“‘Selfie Stick Narcissistic Prick’ as no doubt everyone will be sharing photos of
themselves pretending they are having a massively brilliant time when we
know they are lying. Welcome to the age of narcissism by a friend!”

Christmas 2020 will be really weird. Any tips to mess up Xmas Day?

“Stick on Meds and Beer and change the lyrics to ‘Shitmas time is here,
let’s all have a beer’
while bouncing on a balloon.”

Name three promises you WON’T keep in 2021?

“No more dogging.
Stay of social media.
Pump up balloon.”

Thank you for leaving jail to do this interview, Simon P.
Have a great leg Xmas and a puppy 2021.

Hello, ladies and gents, are you still here?
Here’s your guide to social distancing

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LEG PUPPY: Facebook

(band photos received via the FBI)

Striking 2020 Artwork

Eye-catching 2020 (f)artwork…

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Artist: LEG PUPPY

Hiding place: South-London

Who: The inventors of the mouth masks (and the coronavirus)

Sound: Bleeps and beets for science-fiction addicts. Chemical techno vibes to dig your
own hole to. House music for the whole family eating cold turkey on Jesus’ birthday. Leftfield waves for sex maniacs who lost control. Disco tunes for the wicked. Hip-hop
for kangaroos suffering from depression. Vibrations for 24-Hour Party People.

Here’s their dope

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LEG PUPPY: Facebook


Have a POTTY XMAS