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Puressence

Puressence

Puressence


Puressence were a British rock band from Failsworth, Greater Manchester, England, formed in May 1992. The band currently consists of: James Mudriczki: Vocals Lowell Killen: Guitar Kevin Matthews: Bass guitar Tony Szuminski: Drums / percussion The band played a series of gigs at Manchester's In The City festival. James Mudriczki, Neil McDonald, Anthony Szuminski and Kevin Matthews met on a bus on their way to watch the Stone Roses play at Spike Island. Read more on Last.fm
Puressence were a British rock band from Failsworth, Greater Manchester, England, formed in May 1992. The band currently consists of: James Mudriczki: Vocals Lowell Killen: Guitar Kevin Matthews: Bass guitar Tony Szuminski: Drums / percussion The band played a series of gigs at Manchester's In The City festival. James Mudriczki, Neil McDonald, Anthony Szuminski and Kevin Matthews met on a bus on their way to watch the Stone Roses play at Spike Island. Matthews watched the Stone Roses' Gary Mounfield play bass and Matthews bought himself a bass guitar.[citation needed] The rest of the members followed suit and bought the necessary equipment to complete a band, although they had little to no musical experience or training. Through much practice their music developed and they decided on the name Puressence, a name instantly identified by most Mancunians for the paper letters 'P'-'U'-'R'-'E'-'S'-'S'-'E'-'N'-'C'-'E', which were plastered around Manchester city centre, on derelict buildings, and on bridges (the most notable being the railway bridge opposite the Haçienda).Manchester independent record label 2 Damn Loud released two singles and there was a further single with Rough Trade Singles Club. The big breakthrough came a couple of years later, when the band signed to Island Records. In August 2003, after more than ten years with Puressence, guitarist and founder member McDonald left the band. He was replaced by Lowell Killen, who is originally from the Isle of Man.

He has played in other bands and left Manchester band Dry Riser to join Puressence. In 2004, the band played at The Witchwood in Ashton-under-Lyne. In 2006, the band released a single titled "Palisades" on new Manchester label Reaction, followed by an album, Don't Forget To Remember, in September 2007. On 10 and 11 September 2008 Puressence played their first shows in the US. The first was at the Mercury Lounge in New York City. The next night they played the Apple Store in SoHo. The opening song at the Mercury Lounge was "I Suppose".

They passed out free CD singles of "Don't Know Any Better" to many fans around the United States. In October 2010 the band's website announced details of a new album, Solid State Recital, which is due for release on 21 April 2011. The band split in late 2013 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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