Zydepunks (also billed as The Zydepunks) is an American band based in New Orleans, Louisiana. Founded in 2003, they play a wide variety of multicultural music, including Cajun music and zydeco, Eastern European music, and punk rock. They perform in English, French, Spanish, Yiddish, Portuguese, and German. Their instrumentation includes vocals, violins, accordions, bass guitar, and drums.
Their music is released on Nine Mile Records. They have performed at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, and throughout the United States. In November, 2009, the band performed as part of The Revival Tour. They have been reviewed by Rolling Stone magazine  and USA Today.
As of 2012, the band is on hiatus. Frontman Juan Küffner currently leads the Sacramento, California-based Hollow Point Stumblers, which blends musical influences in a manner reminiscent of The Zydepunks. Many of the band's members perform with frequent Zydepunks collaborators Debauche, a New Orleans Gypsy punk band, and My Graveyard Jaw, a Southern Country rock outfit.
- Juan Küffner - lead vocals, accordion, fiddle
- Eve Venema - accordion, backing vocals
- Joseph Lilly - drums, backing vocals
- Scott Potts - bass, backing vocals
- Denise Bonis - violin, backing vocals
Frequent collaborators and former members
- 2004 - 9th Ward Ramblers
- 2005 - ...And The Streets Will Flow With Whiskey
- 2007 - Exile Waltz
- 2008 - Finisterre
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