Dim Locator (UK / AUS / DE / GR) is a band formed from the ashes of the
legendary Berlin band Fatal Shore. The band comprises Phil Shoenfelt
(vocals/guitar), Chris Hughes (drums/percussion), Baron Anastis (bass)
and Daniel Plashues (guitar).
Phil Shoenfelt (UK) is an Englishman who has been living in Prague for
many years. He is known for his work with bands such as Southern Cross
(Prague), Fatal Shore (Berlin) and Khmer Rouge (New York), as well as
for his cult novel "Junkie Love".
Chris Hughes (AUS) is originally from Melbourne, but has lived and
worked in Berlin for many years. He has played drums with Fatal Shore,
Hugo Race & The True Spirit, Mick Harvey, These Immortal Souls,
Alexander Hacke, Nina Hagen and many more.
Baron Anastis (GR) lives between Berlin, Thessaloniki and London. In
addition to his own band Erinyes, he has played and recorded with The
Jacobites, Mark Stewart, Nikki Sudden, Phil Shoenfelt and Gabe Hammond.
Daniel Plashues (DE) lives in Berlin and used to play in the experimental electronic band Lunar Lounge.
Dim Locator describe their music as "stripped down industrial
psych-rock-blues". The band has an original and eclectic mix of
influences, ranging from The Stooges, Beasts of Bourbon and The
Birthday Party, to Pink Fairies, Hawkwind, Can and Neu.