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There are 2 bands called PK: 1) A Three-piece Punkband from the Netherlands, formed in 1999 or 2000. The name comes from the dutch name for Peanutbutter. 2) || NOW KNOWN AS NIGHT RIOTS || Long time friends and members of multiple local bands, PK formed for both the sheer joy of playing music and at the same time to help strengthen the weakening scene in their hometown of San Luis Obispo, CA. In 2007 PK recorded a five song EP entitled Casting Shadows at Green bean Studios in Sunland, CA. With the strength of this EP, PK established a strong following in Central and Northern California. Working completely for themselves, the members of PK created many tight relationships with bands, fans and promoters alike. From San Jose to San Francisco to San Luis Obispo, PK draws more new fans each time they return to a city. At the beginning of 2009 PK returned to Green Bean to record a three song demo. Currently released online and through burned CDs passed out at shows, these three songs have already opened up PK’s market to a much wider audience. Now not only do the original, “teen to twenties” fans still enjoy the music but PK has been able to find an audience in their fans’ parents as well. With a much more cohesive and marketable sound these three songs show much promise for what’s to come. The band will return to the studio in mid-August to record five more songs that will be combined with the previous three to create a six-song “half-length” leaving two songs to be released later. After the completion of the record, PK will begin weekend tours, strategically playing areas in northern, southern and eastern California, quickly building markets all over the state. Equipped with a newly purchased van and trailer, and the strength of the new songs PK will be touring from now until forever. Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.