Countdown To Rebellion – Day 39: Introducing Tokky Horror

Tokky Horror, an electrifying musical collective that defies genres and pushes boundaries, is making waves in the music industry with their bold and dynamic sound. Comprised of musicians from diverse backgrounds, Tokky Horror seamlessly blends elements of punk, electronic, and experimental music to create a sonic experience that is both exhilarating and unapologetic. Hailing from Liverpool, this avant-garde group fuses pounding beats, distorted guitars, and haunting vocals to craft a unique and infectious sound that captivates listeners. They have invented their own genre “Kappacore!”

Tokky Horror’s music is an exploration of the unconventional and the unexpected. Their songs are a whirlwind of pulsating energy, as they fearlessly experiment with different styles and incorporate a wide range of influences. From danceable synth hooks to gritty punk aggression, Tokky Horror takes listeners on a sonic rollercoaster ride that challenges preconceived notions of what music can be. With thought-provoking lyrics that touch on themes of identity, power, and societal norms, Tokky Horror invites listeners to question the status quo and embrace their individuality. With their mesmerizing stage presence and boundary-pushing creativity, Tokky Horror continues to carve their own path in the music industry, captivating audiences and solidifying their status as one of the most exciting and innovative bands of their time.

I guarantee their set will be one of the most visceral experiences you’ll encounter at this year’s Rebellion, and the one of the most talked about!

Catch Tokky Horror on Sat 5th Aug at Club Casbah 00:50 – 01:30 (Technically Sunday 6th Aug, I know!!)

Check out their Bandcamp page here

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