MP3 The Krinkles - 3 - The Mordorlorff Collection
Described by enthusiastic fans as the most eye-popping rock act to come out of Chicago in years, these guys go balls-out to win over fans with their high-energy live show and superbly crafted power pop/glam rock.
16 MP3 Songs
POP: Power Pop, ROCK: Glam
Back from a short but productive hiatus, The Krinkles have honed their crushing glam/power pop aesthetic to perfection. Described by enthusiastic fans as the most eye-popping rock act to come out of Chicago in years, these guys go balls-out to win over fans with their high-energy live show and superbly crafted pop rock. With two critically praised albums to their credit (Three Ringos & Revenge Of…), along with ample years of tiring road-work, these four talented young men are back in amazing form. That’s why The Krinkles are looking to the future with rose-colored glasses…
Having known each other since they were tiny infants, the Krinkles men share an intense chemistry on and off stage. Having grown up in Detroit Rock City, the guys never had any problems finding great music to hear and play. Lured by the bright lights and beautiful creatures of Chicago, the brave young men made the move some years ago. Inspired by the city’s rich history of great Rock ‘n’ Roll acts, such as Cheap Trick, The Krinkles were soon formed.
The Krinkle sound relies heavily on the songwriting team of Henry Krinkle (rhythm guitar, vocals) and Dan “The Fox” (lead guitar, vocals), along with the snap-crackle-rock rhythm section of Jerry O (bass) and Matty (drums, vocals). 2007 will see the release of their third CD “3 - The Mordorlorff Collection”. Finally, they were able to capture the raw explosive power that The Krinkles legendary live shows are known for.
With influences ranging from Badfinger to Kiss and all rock in-between, The Krinkles have a sound harkening to the glory days of Rock ‘n’ Roll with crisp vocal harmonies and delicate melody. This “hit you over the head without leaving a mark” approach is undercut by thunderous drums, pounding bass and thick crunchy guitars, giving The Krinkles a sound and future that continues to grow.