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We're the pioneers of #POSTPOP, a new music movement; 100% DIY music inspired by postpunk and disco. Enthusiastically embracing the 21st century (especially the synthesizers). Performing live and producing our own music with positivity and playfulness. We also create official remixes for artists like Jazz Mino, Femme and Youth Club. Our celebrity fans include the hip hop DJ Tim Westwood, podcaster and actor Scroobius Pip and Wasps winger Josh Bassett. Other presenters on our old radio station included Suede, Klaxons and The Magic Numbers.
Gav Venture (vocals / visuals) - Will Taylor (guitars / keyboards) - Ed Trotsky (beats / bass)
Live electro band pioneering our own new genre: #POSTPOP
Based at Kafri Studios in Hoxton, London. Originally from Coventry and Lichfield, UK. Playing gigs like Godiva Festival, The Old Blue Last and Sebright Arms (owned/run by Vice), The Great Escape, Brighton Fringe, Hoxton Sq Bar, Ronnie Scott’s, Hidden River Festival, London Bridge Festival, Peckham Festival, Coventry Cathedral, Cambridge University, Cardiff University, Well Street Against Racism, Plaza Latina Carnival.
Hosting our legendary annual Halloween Party since 2013.Edinburgh Fringe festival residency, 21-26 August 2019.
Why?We seek an international existence as contemporary Renaissance men bathed in beautiful psychedelic street art. We also raise thousands of pounds for causes like Refugee Action, Peckham Coal Line (a London version of New York's High Line urban park) and The Bike Project (cycling for asylum seekers and refugees).PREVIOUS PRESS/TV/RADIOBBC Coventry & Warwickshire (interview & Breakfast Show), Apple Music Asia (Best Of playlist), Channel 4 Sunday Brunch (debut music video), BBC Introducing (Tune Of The Week), Chilevisión (Chilean national TV), Amazing Radio (Jim Gellatly), Radio X (John Kennedy), Birmingham Mail (video premiere), the UK's biggest student newspaper The Mancunion (interview), the Irish Post (front cover), Camden New Journal (Track Of The Week), Richer Sounds (Q Magazine Unsigned Act of the Week), West End Extra and Islington Tribune (‘Hard cheese’ interview), Tuna The Day (Catch of The Day), Londonist (things to do), Lost In The Manor (video premiere), Native Magazine (album sessions photo diary), BEAST Magazine (recommended gigs), plus Paradise Network, InSpot Music and Tech Me House (YouTube channels), Artefaktor Radio (Mexico City), Lost In The Manor (video premiere), Peanut Mixtape, & many, many more…