The Malpractice (band)

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The Malpractice
Violent pop
Indie rock
Years active2004-
LabelsCrunchy Frog Records
WebsiteOfficial Site

The Malpractice is the alias of Danish songwriter Johannes Gammelby of I Am Bones and Beta Satan. His debutalbum "Tectonics" was released in 2010 on Crunchy Frog Records;[1] gathering members from Tiger Tunes, Marybell Katastrophy and Beta Satan in the studio and on tour.

Gammelby takes grunge and aggressive rock as a point of departure, though as a songwriter in The Malpractice also adds pophooks and noisy synthesizers in mostly violent[2] and depressive existentialist narratives. His first album under this moniker won critical acclaim[3] and was awarded top ten best Danish album[4] in 2010 by GAFFA. The first single "Oh, The Irony" entered rotation on Danish national radio.[5]

"Tectonics" was released in Germany through Crunchy Frog Germany in May 2011 and is due in other European countries in 2011. The remix-album "Tectonic Repercussions" was released in 2011 and featured remixes by Jenny Wilson, Reptile Youth, Tremolo Beer Gut (as Pils Jaeger), Marybell Katastrophy, Morten Riis and more.

The Malpractice played SPOT Festival, Reeperbahn Festival and Roskilde Festival 2011.

Alongside bands as Under Byen, Powersolo and Tiger Tunes, Gammelby and his former bandeffort Strumm was featured in the anthology "å"[6] about the key figures of the independent music scene in Aarhus. Beta Satan played Roskilde Festival in 2008.[7]




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