Neon Blonde

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Neon Blonde
Origin Kirkland, Seattle, Washington
Genres Experimental rock, post hardcore, alternative hip hop
Years active 2004–present
Labels Three One G Records, Dim Mak Records (former)
Associated acts Justin Pearson, The Blood Brothers, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Head Wound City, Jaguar Love
Members Mark Gajadhar
Johnny Whitney

Neon Blonde was a supergroup consisting of Johnny Whitney and Mark Gajadhar from The Blood Brothers.[1] They were based in Kirkland, Washington, a suburb of Seattle. The two expanded beyond The Blood Brothers' sound by utilizing a more electronic-based sound, which included electroclash and dance-punk. Neon Blonde's music drew from many genres including post-hardcore, and experimental rock (influenced by their band The Blood Brothers and Velvet Underground's art rock), who have also teamed up with Blood Brothers members to create Head Wound City), and a more electroclash sound. Their music also featured rapping, and rapped vocals in an alternative hip hop style.


External links[edit]