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Celluloid

Celluloid

Celluloid


There exists more than one band called Celluloid. Celluloid from the u.k formed in 1997 and have worked with the Last Beat Dick McBride and dance companies aswell as having their music played on bbc local and national radio. Celluloid are one of those few bands who seem to have discovered that hallowed ground where accessible and experimental music co-exist. Eminently listenable, killer hooks and post-rock overtones are embedded into unsettling electronica Read more on Last.fm
There exists more than one band called Celluloid. Celluloid from the u.k formed in 1997 and have worked with the Last Beat Dick McBride and dance companies aswell as having their music played on bbc local and national radio. Celluloid are one of those few bands who seem to have discovered that hallowed ground where accessible and experimental music co-exist. Eminently listenable, killer hooks and post-rock overtones are embedded into unsettling electronica soundscapes and at the heart of it all are deeply personal human songs full of pain and wonder. Essentially a writing/production team Ian Jenkins and Matthew Devenish meet and share ideas through the common denominator of channelled anarchy. Both Have kicked against but have been informed by their respective backgrounds which generates a kind of Intellectual delinquency in their music.

With this ethos in mind it comes as no surprise that one of their spin off projects involved collaborating with one of the last surviving poets of the beat movement Dick McBride. This philosophy has extended to the recording studio and live with the same nucleus being augmented by the esoterics of such artists as Anna Palm and Andy Garbi and Liam Dunachie. Forged from 10 years of research and development - Celluloid is not a collaboration but a collision of visions - but one that has been slowed down before impact. That in essence, is the Celluloid sound - you know you're about to be torn apart but you can't help thinking how beautiful those shards of glass are before they strike. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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