Could any other electronic act trace their moment of creation to a shamanic orgy set in Minho, the mystic heart of northern Portugal? Psychedelia and social discontent are the prime ingredients for the ghetto-esoteric menu presented by Jesus K and the SickSickSicks. As rock and electronic music collide to form the jagged core on which they build their tightly packed sound, one shouldn't be too surprised if at times it assumes unexpected forms like Folk, Pop and Latin rhythms.
Facing a world growing daily more and more dystopian, Jesus K traded economic crisis and austerity for the universe inside a paper wrap. Playful and insurrectionary, their music ultimately declares dance as their chosen vehicle of exorcism and transformation, a truth which become undeniable once you experience their ferocity live on stage.
Two years after "Sexy Cyborg Shark Dance" was included in Freima Lab's debut compilation "Weather Forecast", it is with infinite love that the label now releases this first EP of the duo from Almada. "Brujeria Digital" exists in a limbo somewhere amidst romantic tunes and bacchanalian rituals, between the unstoppable beat ripped from the guts of the machines and the gallant cries of the guitar. In spite of all the parallels and paradoxes one thing remains certain: Jesus is amongst us and he does K.