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Data Panik were a Scottish rock band—Steven Clark (Sci-fi Steven), John Clark (John Disco), Amanda MacKinnon (Manda Rin) (all formerly of bis), Stuart Memo (of Multiplies) and Graham Christie (ex Kenickie tour drummer).
Their debut single, Cubis (I Love You) backed with Sense Not Sense was released on limited edition 7" and download in June 2005.
In October 2005, data Panik became the first band in the UK to have a dedicated mobile i-mode website.
April 2006 saw the release of a split 7" single on Must Destroy Records with fellow Scots :( (pronounced colon open bracket). The data Panik track Control The Radical is featured.
The group recorded 3 songs for XFM Scotland (Minimum Wage, Retail of the Details and Do The Static) which were played on-air the evening of Wednesday 7 June 2006.
It was announced on Wednesday 16 August 2006 that Data Panik had decided to split on the premise that people wouldn't accept them as a credible post bis band. All members are intending to concentrate on solo projects with John and Steven continuing their Dirty Hospital project.
Some songs by the band were later released on the album Data Panik Etcetera by bis in 2014.
- Audiojunkies Interview with Manda Rin
- Interview with Data Panik at their first London gig, August 2005
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