The rock band Junk Farm was called into being in summer 2001. Guitarist, singer and songwriter Benjamin Schippritt: "Actually the trio committed itself to Jazz music, but it's obvious that there wasn’t really a stick-to-the-plan. Looking back to our Heavy Metal roots, it's no surprise at all." That heart of Rock ‘n’ Roll was given a go and Junk Farm became a band that rocks hell for leather, while making very clear, that there are lots of influences of Jazz and other styles of music. Marvelous melodies and dissonant harmonies alternate. Very often their driving grooves move across broken measures. Always in search of the perfect musical "kick", they create a modern rock sound that keeps its distance to the three-chord-only-monoculture. With their unique style you cannot place them into a box... It breaks all the borders between demanding, experimental compositions and catchy tunes with ease, spiced with caustic-sarcastic lyrics.