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Showroom Dummies

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Showroom Dummies

Background information
Origin London, England

Post Punk

Indie Rock
Years active 2013 - present
Labels Unsigned
Website [1]

Gigi Piscitelli (lead vocals, guitar, synths)

Kevin Toublant (bass, fx) Pharoah Smeaton Russell (drums)

SHOWROOM DUMMIES is a London based power trio, composed of Gigi Piscitelli (lead vocals, guitar, synths) Kevin Toublant (bass, fx) Pharoah Smeaton Russell (drums). The band was formed in May 2013 when they first met at a warehouse party in East London.


SHOWROOM DUMMIES’s first BBC radio appearance was on BBC 6 Music show on 30 September 2013 when he played the track .



  • Have You Heard About The Groove (2013)

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  1. REDIRECT Trans-Europe Express (album)  

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