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New Model Army (UK)

New Model Army are an English post-punk/alternative rock band formed in Bradford, West Yorkshire in 1980 by its lead singer and main composer Justin Sullivan. Their name was taken form Oliver Cromwell's anti-royalist military force.

New Model Army played their first gig in Bradford on October 23rd 1980. Its founding members were Justin Sullivan, Stuart Morrow and Phil Tompkins. The threesome had already been together for a couple of years in a number of Bradford bands with other musicians and singers but in the Autumn of 1980, they decided to form a stripped-down three-piece, their music drawing on a wide collection of influences and fuelled by their passions for Punk Rock and Northern Soul. Within a few months drummer Phil To...

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Shiny Darkly (DK)

// the atmosphere is raw, dark and vibrating and the songs often deal with the gloominess that is buried in the young human heart. It is white-dark noise pop wrapped in a simple lo-fi form. The inspiration can be seen in the late psyched 60s and the early/late black 80s. With a clattering spaceguitar, a riding bass, a dirty beat and a dark/strident vocal, Shiny Darkly is a band that wants to embrace you with noise and love //

Selftitled debut EP "Shiny Darkly" released in May 2012 on Crunchy Frog. Read more on . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; add...

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