Konk or KONK may refer to:

  • KONK, a community radio station (1630 AM) in Key West, Florida, United States
  • Konk (album), an album by The Kooks
  • Konk (band), a 1980s band
  • Konk (recording studio), the recording studio and record label owned by The Kinks
  • Konk, a character from The Pirates of Dark Water

Other articles related to "konk":

... Edo Period, in the province of Bitchū (Okayama Prefecture), Konkō Daijin (Akazawa Bunji) founded a new religion called Konkōkyō which was based in the Konjin ... The Oomoto-kyo of Nao Deguchi was influenced by Konkōkyō to proclaim that "Ushitora no Konjin" was the kami who would restore the world ...
Konk West
... Konk West (born November 24, 1978), also known as Lucas Konk West, is a French-Argentine DJ, producer, and sound engineer who worked in the area of electronic music during his time in the music realm ...
Pull Me In - History - Rafferty's Departure and Konk (2008)
... The Kooks released their second album, Konk, in April 2008 ... Konk went on to debut on the UK Albums Chart at number one with first week sales of 65,901 units ... A second limited edition two disc version of Konk entitled RAK was also released ...
Konk (album)
... Konk is the second album by English indie rock band The Kooks, released on 14 April 2008 on Virgin Records ... the same album cover, apart from the blue 'Konk' sign being red ... The album cover and name refer to the Konk recording studios in Crouch End, London which is owned and operated by The Kinks ...
Konkō Station
... Konkō Station (金光駅, Konkō-eki?) is a railway station in Asakuchi, Okayama Prefecture, Japan ...