2016 review: September

Fabric closed, which led us to lament about the musical heritage which had been lost since we left London.  Turnmills, The End, The Cross… we cut our teeth here, we lost and then found ourselves, we made friends and made memories,…

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2016 review: August

We decided to make our next release an LP rather than an EP, which took it from being almost done to being almost half done.  We started gearing up our collaborations for it, and bought a Lyrical School t-shirt (as…

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2016 review: July

In July, we were still in the UK.  We went to London to see Pamyu Pamyu live, and it was even better than we thought it would be.   July was also peak Pokemon Go.  Whatever happened to that?

2016 review: June

After the excitement of releasing our debut album in May, June was spent doing promo and interviews, and then going to the UK (where it was raining).  By this time, we had also finished the first batch of demos for…

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2016 review: May

In May, we launched our debut album into the world.  It came out on digital and tape, both of which are available here as well as the usual streaming and digital places, as well as a few record shops around the…

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2016 review: April

With our album release locked in for May, we worked on our special launch live set.  A note on these: people tend to slate electronic music live for being “hit play” or whatever, or that there’s no particular skill or…

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2016 review: March

My memory is not great so I’ll be honest, I’m getting most of the info for this from Instagram.  March seems to be therefore… a time spent eating burgers.  I’m sure it was fun.  We also started demo’ing stuff for…

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2016 review: February

The month in which we installed a new tier on our desk and filled the space underneath it with a modular synth, and wrote an ode to sleep deprivation (out soon 2017).

2016 review: January

In January we waited eagerly for the release of our debut album whilst eagerly working on new tracks for the second.  Other important things probably happened too.

Hello 2017

Goodbye 2016, the year that everyone hated, in which we failed to make a single website post.  Let’s try harder in 2017. ICYMI – we released an album.  You can get it here, on digital or a very fetching cassette.

Daydream EP out now

  Our new EP, DayDream, is out now via Hush Hush Records and can be bought directly from them via their Bandcamp page,  or from iTunes or  any other digital music retailer, or it can be streamed via Spotify, Apple Music…

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New album soon

Part of the reason we’ve been so bad at website recently is that we have spent the last 7 months recording our first album.  It’s about to be mixed and will be out late 2015/early 2016 depending on how long…

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