Started out at Morella’s Forest and recorded one album for Narrowpath records that was never released. This was more of a guitar rock album. When Narrowpath fell through, the Martin brothers started a band called “Love Children” and recorded a demo of techno pop songs. Ronnie gave the demo to Michael Knott as he was forming Blonde Vinyl. Michael liked what he heard and wanted re-name the band “Dance House Jesus.” They decided to go with “Dance House Children” and signed to Blonde Vinyl Records.
Love Children – The Children’s Symphony
Produced by Dance House Children
|| Silver Streams
|| Early version of “The Gingerbread Meadow”
|| White Horses
|| Early version of “Every Nook & Cranny”
There is some confusion if Rainbow Rider: Beautiful Dazzling Music No. 1
was a release by a new band called “Rainbow Rider” or a third Dance House Children album. It is included here as a third album, but since it was re-issued as a Rainbow Rider album (along with a vinyl single), a separate Rainbow Rider page
Ronnie Martin formed Joy Electric, and Jason Martin formed Starflyer 59.
Jesus was reissued in 1999 by M8 records.
In 2007, Jason and Ronnie teamed up again to form a band called The Brothers Martin. The sound of this band is nothing like Dance House Children, but more of a mix between Joy Electric and Starflyer 59.