Formed in South London in the late 70s, The Disco Zombies were typical of the “DIY” bands championed by DJ John Peel. Across 1978/79, they self-released three EPs, ‘Drums Over London’, The Invisible E.P. and ‘Here Come The Buts’, as well as another EP as Fifty Fantastics, on their own labels South Circular and Dining Out.
The band’s Andy Ross would later co-found Food Records while Dave Henderson would work on music mags Mojo and Q, as well as running Cherry Red’s Righteous imprint.
We now represent the Disco Zombies‘ music, both old and new.