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Introducing //

Our Introducing interviews chat to artists in an effort to give an introduction to their work, music and creative vision. As an outlet for them to get across the motivations and passions behind their music and art, the Q&A nature of this section gives the artist free reign to invite the curious into their world to discover what makes them tick; musically and sometimes personally too.

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Introducing: Sex Cells

Sex Cells are Matt Kilda and Willow Vincent, a duo that started their musical adventures as promoters, with live music nights featuring visual projections and experimental noise acts. Taking their inspiration from early synth pioneers such as Wendy Carlos and Delia Derbyshire, Sex Cells’ sound is a mix of Suicide, Psychic TV, and Art House cinema.

By |November 19th, 2019|

Introducing: The Moods

The Moods are a nine-piece genre-hopping collective of producers, poets and musicians from the Northwest of England. Combining drum & bass, reggae, hip-hop and EDM, and have plenty to say, sing and rap with their raw passion and socially conscious lyrics. This is music for the head and heart; They will make you dance, and then they’ll make you think.

By |November 11th, 2019|

Introducing: The Speed of Sound

Formed in the rainy city of Manchester UK, thirty years ago (with a pre-history dating directly back to the day Andy Warhol died in 1987), The Speed Of Sound ventures across the pond to California with an exclusive new recording released digitally as Big Stir Records’ Digital Single Of The Week.

By |November 10th, 2019|

Introducing: The Battery Farm

Manc newcomers The Battery Farm are a band who aren’t afraid to explore the darker, more repugnant aspects of humanity. Describing their sound as ‘Doom Punk’ they serve up a visceral, guttural punk noise with echoes of Idles, The Fall and Fugazi.

By |November 8th, 2019|

Introducing: Valentich

Manchester-based Valentich explores some of the darker and more rhythmic recesses of electronica, techno and experimentalism in a way that is both intelligent and enjoyable. On hearing the musical and genre melange of recent album Disappear, we decided to speak to them and find out what made them tick. They’ll be bringing their innovative sound to Foundations at Manchester’s Peer Hat on the 2nd of November. The album can be streamed and downloaded on Bandcamp.

By |October 29th, 2019|

Introducing: Play Alone Records

Though Play Alone Records had a very recent birth, the duo behind it have spent quite a few years involved in the alternative scene in Pennsylvania. Running events and gigs led in turn to the formation on a record label (sounds familiar!), so we decided to catch up with the founders of Play Alone Records to discover more about this very singular label.

By |September 30th, 2019|

Introducing: Alice Hubble

Electronic music with a 70s, sometimes Teutonic twist, Alice Hubble is the solo project of Alice Hubley (Mass Datura, Cosines, Arthur and Martha). She’s described her music as being the ‘product of one lady locked at home with her enormous collection of synthesisers’, and that description alone made us want to chat to her.

By |September 17th, 2019|

Introducing: The Pagans S.O.H.

The Pagans Shepherds of Humanity aka ‘The Pagans’ are a four-piece band hailing from West Bromwich, England. Formed in July 2016, they describe themselves as being on a’ Pagan voyage’, fusing elements of hip hop/punk/funk/jazz/metal/reggae to create their own unique sound. On the back of their recent Pagan Pilgrimage single, they’re bring their music to Manchester on July 16th as part of Manchester International Festival, so what better time to catch up with the band? Want to find out more? Then read on.

By |July 14th, 2019|
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