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Haf  Life has dominated the local and regional scene with their unique brand of Industrial/Funk/Rock. Affectionately known as "Bootycore", their one of kind live shows are a visual and aural assault and a spectacle that is not to be missed.
 
Haf  Life has dominated the local and regional scene with their unique brand of Industrial/Funk/Rock. Affectionately known as "Bootycore", their one of kind live shows are a visual and aural assault and a spectacle that is not to be missed.
  
MD 20/20, Handi J and Tsar Bomba (names permanently changed due to Interpol issues), continue to perform their sonic experiments, under the name HafLife. Labeled everything from "Elevator music at the gates of Hell" to "The Biker band of the Information Super Highway", Haf  Life continues to defy the Motor City garage rock genre.
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MD 20/20, Handi J and Tsar Bomba (names permanently changed due to Interpol issues), continue to perform their sonic experiments, under the name Haf
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Life. Labeled everything from "Elevator music at the gates of Hell" to "The Biker band of the Information Super Highway", Haf  Life continues to defy the Motor City garage rock genre.
  
 
Haf  Life was forged from Motor City industrial, old skool funk, punk, horror and B-movie schlock, they continue to redefine the live music/stage show experience. Their ferocious approach has resulted in being nominated or winning in the "outstanding industrial artists" category at the annual Detroit Music Awards every year of their existence.  
 
Haf  Life was forged from Motor City industrial, old skool funk, punk, horror and B-movie schlock, they continue to redefine the live music/stage show experience. Their ferocious approach has resulted in being nominated or winning in the "outstanding industrial artists" category at the annual Detroit Music Awards every year of their existence.  

Latest revision as of 22:41, 12 August 2019

Haf aLife
Background Information

Origin

Detroit

Genre

Funk, Garage Rock, Industrial

Years Active

2004 -Present

Label

Urban Legends Detroit

Members

MD 20/20 - vocals
HANDI J - guitar
TSAR BOMBA - bass

About

Haf Life has dominated the local and regional scene with their unique brand of Industrial/Funk/Rock. Affectionately known as "Bootycore", their one of kind live shows are a visual and aural assault and a spectacle that is not to be missed.

MD 20/20, Handi J and Tsar Bomba (names permanently changed due to Interpol issues), continue to perform their sonic experiments, under the name Haf

Life. Labeled everything from "Elevator music at the gates of Hell" to "The Biker band of the Information Super Highway", Haf  Life continues to defy the Motor City garage rock genre.

Haf Life was forged from Motor City industrial, old skool funk, punk, horror and B-movie schlock, they continue to redefine the live music/stage show experience. Their ferocious approach has resulted in being nominated or winning in the "outstanding industrial artists" category at the annual Detroit Music Awards every year of their existence. In 2015, Haf Life was also nominated in the “outstanding video” category for their self-produced “White Knuckle Ride” music video.

Haf Life’s music, has been featured on Wolfman Mac's Chiller Theatre, television commercials for Noir Leather, extreme sports videos, as well as several independent films including Bruce Campbell's, "Hatred of a Moment".

Haf Life live is like a B-movie horror dance party at the drive-in. Putting “sex” back into “sex, drugs and rock and roll.”

Discography

CD's/Digital downloads:

Singles:


Videos

External Links

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