A harbour is always a channel which other cultures come through to a city and also to a country. In the late 70s, the music collection of a young German sailor expanded by albums of few bands whose music was called "punk" - the unknown word for most of the people around. In the 90s, twin brothers had been spending days on listening to the best representatives of rock-n-roll. Later when all dad's vinyl had been played to death the twins took up guitars to their hands what was a beginning of a story... Not the one like CCR, but the one that they also could bring as far as the shores of Japan. In a middle of 2010s, the story radically turned to Küken - a high-powered killed-by-death punk with the sound of bands whose records the young sailor had got accidentally in the port of Hamburg... when "punk" was the unknown word for most of the people around.