Kids Indestructible

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Kids Indestructible
Origin Manchester and Leeds
Genres Electronic
Years active 1998–present
Labels Gooom Disques (United Kingdom)
Website Official site
Members Tim Robinson
Phil Quaite

Kids Indestructible are an English electronic band composed of Phil Quaite, Josef Pogadl and Tim Robinson. The band are based around the North of England.

The band formed in 1989 under the name Antidote, and released a 12" single "Riot in Studio 54" on Beatnik Records.[1] They later had various tracks on compilations and, in 2003, a mini LP Trans Pennine Express on the Parisian record label Gooom Disques. The latter included remixes by M83 and Abtsrakt Keal Agram.


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