Children Of The Bong
Daniel Goganian & Rob Henry
Discography of Children Of The Bong:
|#||Cover||Release title||Total tracks||Download mp3 album||Release date||Label fo release|
|2||Interface Reality - The US Mixes||4||1996||Mammoth Records|
|3||Sirius Sounds||8||1995-07-31||Planet Dog|
|5||Children Of The Bong||6||Mr. Bong Music|
|6||Sirius Sounds||10||1995||Planet Dog|
|7||Sirius Sounds||8||1995||Polydor K.K.|
|8||Sirius Sounds||8||1995||Ultimate Records|
Unlike the other acts on the Planet Dog roster, Children Of The Bong were never a part of the festival scene. Instead they met at Harrow college, where they found refuge in a 16-track studio. Discovering acid house in the late 80's made them put down the guitar. However, they were never fans of handbag house and it's rigid 4/4 rhythm, they took their influences mainly from hip-hop and dub, to give their music a more human feel.
"We heard this Tibetan music and it had a track on it called 'Children Of The Bong'. We thought why not call ourselves this. But the meaning came afterwards. It's about a more open way of thinking. Music for music's sake".