a japanese seductress super daddy met wet vegetables baby boy that popped up wif the lo-fi not pretty much man sounds look-a-like. trigger as in crunch and disturbing drum’s fill in, mingled to be harmonic 70s disco over tempo in the begining. and so on. recently… more bluesy avant garde riff mix wif exploited dancey hit.
Too bad, it seems that this duo no longer active, at least that's how I get it based on the activities in their accounts on some sites—the last date is from two years ago. They never released an album either, but their most famous and best single made it into a compilation by local music magazines. Dancing Dandy Didudam is a groovy half-disco-half-garage song. No wonder it becomes the mostly played track at their myspace page.
Well, I just hope this two-piece band make their comeback someday—would be more awesome if they do it with richer beat patterns and tempo variations, which will be great for independent music scene in Indonesia.