Zkeletonz from London and Coventry in the UK have been described by Louder Than War as "danceable, poppy, with a very seductive groove." Their ‘Apocalypse Wow’ EP is self-written and produced. Track 4 Porsche to Berlin was a disco-fuelled tribute to techno clubbing. Track 3 25 Hours was a high-energy, feel-good ride through shimmering 80s pop. Track 2 Brazilian Crystal tackled modern materialism and its fierce anxiety. And opener Fade to Grey embraced a sadder, more directly apocalyptic tone.
Zkeletonz have connected to millions thanks to a live performance for Scott Mills on BBC 5Live, support from BBC 6music, BBC Introducing, Channel 4 Sunday Brunch, and Radio X, plus interviews in the Birmingham Mail, Mancunion and Irish Post newspapers. Their unique synth-fuelled sound is “very funky, like Jamiroquai” (BBC Coventry & Warwickshire breakfast show), one that "fans of MGMT, LCD Soundsystem & Scissor Sisters will love" (Q Magazine). It has hit playlists and taste-making platforms worldwide, for example in-store radio curations for Co-op, H&M, Boots and Asda, and Hype Machine blogs like Wolf In A Suit, PopMuzik.SE, IndieIsNotAGenre and ParaPOP.
The trio have played over 100 gigs including headline sets for BBC 6music at Camden's Latin Groove Bar and for Vice at London’s Old Blue Last and Sebright Arms. They were also recently selected as Wilton's Music Hall: Emerging Artists by a panel of judges including The Feeling, DJ Yoda and the English National Opera.