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GIRLS IN SYNTHESIS
Girls In Synthesis have quickly forged a fearsome reputation as one of the most exciting and volatile live acts in London. In equal parts frantic, considered, ear-splitting and melodic. Experimentation sees them transgress the punk bracket into something more original and unique while stage shows present a complete and controlled spectacle, with the group moving from playing on stage to dragging equipment into the audience, desperately trying to remove the group/audience barrier. Their explosive shows have seen them hand picked for support slots with bands as disparate as Bad Breeding, Slaves, Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs, Wolf Alice, Warmduscher and Damo Suzuki.
Manchester based Julia Bardo is one of a kind. An old soul with a captivating mysterious air, her wistful nostalgia-soaked sound pays homage to the introspective pop and folk of the 1960’s but with contemporary lyrics which stem from her romantic daydreams and poetic visions. Julia will be announcing further music soon. You’ll also find her playing guitar in Heavenly artists group Working Men's Club.
MXMJOY [Maximum Joy]
Original founder of Maximum Joy, Janine Rainforth, reformed the band in 2015. Rainforth, along with fellow founder member Charlie Llewellin and other new players have been working on a new album which is set to be released later in 2019. The band recently played Dimensions Festival in Croatia alongside other UK dates TBA. They will be taking an update on the band name as MXMJOY
Its a decade since the band were asked to reform for the All Tomorrow's Parties (ATP) Festival curated by My Bloody Valentine... then invited a second time by no less than Shellac. Since then they have been touring across Europe with The Stranglers, Sisters of Mercy and Killing Joke. You can catch the band appearing at most major Festivals across Europe. 2019 see's The Membranes follow up their acclaimed ‘Dark Matter/Dark Energy’ album which received rave reviews and lots of radio play on BBC6music and worldwide and is the best selling release to date. The new album 'What Nature Gives, Nature TakesAway' - features the band’s own 20 piece choir adding dark drones and melancholic epic power to the songs.
MONK is a live electronic duo based in Salford. Their sound is dark electronica with heavy drums and deep bass contrasted by guitars. Although this outfit hasn’t been around for too long, the duo have a long history of making music and have already proven to be quite prolific and daring in their scope.
Las Kellies are an Argentine post-punk band formed back in 2005. Their new wave post-punk blends garage-psych with infectiously deft dance beats and melodic pop. Think Oh Sees with the spirit of ESG and Delta 5. On ‘Friends & Lovers’ Las Kellies are Silvina Costa and Cecilia Kelly. They are joined by their newest member and bassist, Manuela Ducatenzeiler. The band have just finished their 6th European tour including a stop off at Glastonbury Festival.
KYŌGEN are a Manchester-based electronic dream pop outfit consisting of Kyoko Swan [PINS] and Daniel Broomhall. Using a loop pedal, live shows and early recordings consisted of lush, built up layers of vocals, guitar, and a delay-laden floor tom, creating a lo-fi, home recorded aesthetic. With the addition of Broomhall in 2016, the overall sound shifted and became a combination of contemporary dark electronic rhythms and bassy synthesizers, with ethereal, melancholic melodies remaining at the core.