Yet, I do sense a stubborn tendency to create an own sound, perhaps influenced by both the punk-attitude and the current post-metal era. That sound comes extremely close to traditional post rock, but also has a dark, gritty and often harsh atmosphere.
— Merchants Of Air

KOkomo live by Davy De Pauw


Kokomo • Monochrome Noise Love

Released on Feb. 12th, 2016.
Second pressing.

Monochrome Noise Love is their fourth album, the first one they wrote and recorded as a five-piece and the complete opposite of a concept album. You will face a new discovered lightness and ten new songs that each stand for itself – although they had the plan of writing a concept album in the beginning.

In the course of time it got more and more clear, that they would take all the time and freedom they needed for this album. Every song arouses the need to try something new, incorporate new things or write something they always wanted to and to slip in instruments that were needed to make their music complete.

Monochrome Noise Love is darker and more sophisticated than their previous albums. But it still sounds like Kokomo – it is authentic, imperfect, fragile and loud.

— text by Wout Lievens


Kokomo • s/t

Released March 29th, 2013.
Second pressing.

After releasing several albums on dunk!records and selling out all of them at least once we're happy to have their third full length album available on vinyl again. It's coming on double vinyl and in gatefold cover for the first time ever. This edition has a total amount of 500 copies.

— Text by Wout Lievens


Kokomo • If Wolves

Released April 23rd, 2011.
Third pressing.

If Wolves is the second album by Kokomo and the very first release of dunk!records. This repress comes in a beautiful re-designed gatefold cover and on transparent orange vinyl.

Kokomo is an instrumental rock band based in Duisburg, Germany. They proved their amazing song writing qualities and energetic live performance at dunk!festival several times. Check this album and be carried away into a world of beautiful rifs, massive climaxes and floating outros.

— text by dunk!records