Conceptual artists/pranksters/makers of really good early ‘90s ambient and dance-pop the KLF went away for many years, and then announced their return via wheatpaste in January.
In a suitably disorienting manner, the pop craftsman/practical jokers/conceptual artists of the KLF have disavowed any connection to a video posted January 1 on the internet that seemed to portend their return, while announcing their return. Via wheatpaste.
The KLF were best known in the U.S. for their early ‘90s dance hits “3 AM Eternal” and “Justified and Ancient” (the latter featured country legend Tammy Wynette singing about an ice cream van and a fictional Mu Mu Land). The masterminds of Bill Drummond and Jimmy Cauty, the KLF was but one of several names for their…