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F.M.G

F.M.G

F.M.G


F.M.G began life in Swindon, as a side project for John Scott back in 2004. A chance to experiment with drum machines, toy keyboards and guitar pedals on an old 4 track machine soon developed into fully formed compositions. Over the course of two years, multiple cassettes were filled with drone landscapes and intense walls of noise. F.M.G began to release these compositions on his DIY label, Moist Lips Records in 2006. With the help of the then popular myspace, the first two releases sold out extremely quickly. Read more on Last.fm
F.M.G began life in Swindon, as a side project for John Scott back in 2004. A chance to experiment with drum machines, toy keyboards and guitar pedals on an old 4 track machine soon developed into fully formed compositions. Over the course of two years, multiple cassettes were filled with drone landscapes and intense walls of noise. F.M.G began to release these compositions on his DIY label, Moist Lips Records in 2006. With the help of the then popular myspace, the first two releases sold out extremely quickly.

A split with Canadian band Shearing Pinx came out in 2007 on the "vanity label" Isolated Now Waves, and lead to the debut live outing of F.M.G at ZXZW Festival in Holland (now called Incubate), in 2008. Since then, numerous day festivals and headlining gigs around London have been played to warm receptive crowds. Recent live sets have been built up around looped guitars and vocals, building up to intense walls of noise with an emphasis on heavy droning guitars. 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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