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Lamb is a name of at least five acts:
(1) An electronic duo formed in 1996 in Manchester, England, by Lou Rhodes (singer-songwriter) andAndy Barlow (music/production). They incorporated into their musical style a distinctive mixture of downbeat, trip-hop, jazz, dub, breaks, and drum and bass with a strong vocal element and, in their later works especially, some acoustic influences. Lamb are notable for their highly experimental work, a distinctive production style, Lou's often passionate lyrical style, and their artistic videos.
Their signature song is Gorecki, from their eponymous debut album and it was inspired by Henryk Górecki's Third Symphony, the Symphony of Sorrowful Songs. Other essential songs are Cotton W...
Singer songwriter Jay Leighton has been playing and writing music since his early teens. From the moment he saw Nirvana play live on TV he knew he wanted to play guitar. As tradition would have it he formed a band, recorded some songs, played live and eventually signed a record deal with a major label - Island Records.
But, failing to make any headway, the dream turned into a nightmare and the band eventually disbanded. The disappointment led Jay to seriously consider giving music up totally. He sold all of his guitars bar one, which sat in the corner of his room gathering dust. "I didn't listen to, or play, any music at all." recalls Jay. " And I'm told I was a nightmare to live with" he says with a wry smile..
Listen carefully and you might just hear a distant rumbling. It could be the sound of a multi hair-coloured hipster looking girl, roller-skating through a Subspace Highway in your head, or it could be the sound of momentum building behind a young Bristol (UK) band as they generate much buzz and acclaim from blogs and radio stations alike. In either case it would be the sound of The Ramona Flowers in your head, but only one would bring you languorous and gorgeous electronic pop music.
Pop culture aficionados will recognise the name from cult favourite comic book turned Edgar Wright film, Scott Pilgrim Vs The World, and that the band has the same moniker isn't coincidental in the slightest.
After meeting at university...