The Correspondents

Mr Bruce and Chucks find it difficult to explain exactly what music they make. Into the mixing pot Chucks throws a history of dance music from Jazz to 60â??s Beat, Electro to Dubstep to Drumâ??nâ??Bass, then back again. Seasoned with Mr Bruceâ??s vocals depicting the trials and errors of Love, Lust and Loss and there you have a menu to be devoured. Their live shows explode the structure of a DJ/MC set up with Chucks hurling tracks at the audience and Mr Bruce in fully flamboyant costume whipping them into a frenzy with high speed scatting and incredulous dance moves. And last festival season saw them on main stages with a brass section, an infra-red sensored light box together with the trusty conveyor belt dance platform. This has earned them The Telegraphâ??s Top Ten Highlights of Glastonbury two years in a row. The debut EP 'Whatʼs Happened to Soho?' was released in April 2011. It is a mini-concept in itself with a beginning, middle and end, which is intended to be listened to from start to ï¬nish and references numerous different genres while settling on none. November 2011 sees the release of their first single, â??Cheating With Youâ??; A twisted love song carried on the back of a growling electro beast which explores a new sound for The Correspondents. Road tested at all the major festivals this year, Cheating With You is already a firm favourite with thousands of fans. http://www.facebook.com/TheCorrespondents http://www.myspace.com/thecorrespondentsmusic http://soundcloud.com/the-correspondents http://twitter.com/#!/thecorrespond http://www.youtube.com/user/correspondentsmusic

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