|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Heavy Metal Music Magazines||3||Audio||2005||Relish Records|
|3||Crimson As Murder||3||Audio||2007-02-00||Relish Records|
|4||Relish EP III||3||Audio||2009-10-02||Relish Recordings|
|5||Relish EP III||3||Audio||2009-10-02||Relish Recordings|
|6||Relish EP III||3||Audio||2009-10-02||Relish Recordings|
David Gilmour Girls started out as a project of Dutchmen Robin van der Kaa and Jasper Uhl while playing together in the rockband [a=Oil (4)], with whom they'd spent several years recording and touring Europe and the United States. It became their primary focus after Oil disbanded in 2004, at the same time also expanding from a studio outfit to playing live.
Drawing from such a diverse musical background created a sound that's hard to pin down - using partly seventies psychedelic rock, partly new wave, partly raw disco, using live instruments just as much as electronica, but never losing sight of the dancefloor. It has been described as 'an ever-evolving wall of sound to lose yourself in. It's drugged up & tranced out.' and 'Led Zeppelin meets Moroder' Their first recordings attracted the attention of Robi Insinna's (a.k.a [a=Headman (2)]) [l=Relish Records], who consequently signed the duo.