Sound and Vision... Sung in English, their electro flavoured three minute garage-come-broadway-hit songs cover various phenomena of culture, pop and politics. Some say they sound like a mixture of Kraftwerk, MGMT, B52's and Blondie. Promotional tours to the USA, Japan and several European countries have been greeted with zealous reactions and a steady growth of their following on the underground network.
Biography... Woog Riots career in pop music began in 2004 when they compiled and curated an international tribute sampler dedicated to Manchester's indie icons “The Fall”. The double CD was released on the Hamburg based "What's So Funny About" label, run by Alfred 'the record Pope' Hilsberg, the same label handled the first three Woog Riots albums.