Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Silverclub "No Application EP"

SIlverclub originally started out as a project based around the studio experiments of Ducan Edwards Jones, formally an underground techno artist who performed under the name DNCN before pursuing a wider range of genres. Silverclub formed when Jones put down some demos on equipment borrowed from Jim Noir, which resulted in danceable electro-pop tracks fit with upbeat melodies and sharp instrumentals. The band has been compared to the likes of Depeche Mode, LCD Soundsystem, and David Bowie. The "No Application EP" was released in late November of 2011. A full length album is set for early 2012.

"The on-going mission to find the perfect mix of electro and indie has found a new savior." - Manchester Evening News

"One of the U.K.'s most-watched up-and-coming acts." - XLR8R

"Silverclub’s got Bowie, it’s got Beck, it’s got Talking Heads, it's really brilliant. I’ve got a new rival." - John Bramwell (I Am Kloot)

No Application EP
1. No Application
2. Golden Reiter
3. No Application (Countach Remix)
4. Gone (Viceroy Suite Remix)

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