Philadelphia's DRGN King make psychedelic- and electronic-inflected pop that draws on a diverse range of influences from Shuggie Otis to the Beatles to Wu-Tang Clan. Originally begun as a collaboration between songwriter Dominic Angelella and hip-hop producer Ritz Reynolds, DRGN King had expanded to a four-piece by 2010. The following year, the band delivered the EP Holy Ghost, as well as a cover of ? & the Mysterians 1966 hit "96 Tears." In 2013, DRGN King released its debut full-length album, Paragraph Nights on Bar None. ~ Matt Collar
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