The Christophers | Plans - EP

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Plans - EP

by The Christophers

A monster slab of electronica, post-dance with a growling bass and big guitar shimmers, all bundled up into a brilliant legacy of digital / analogue fusion – and with heady results.
Genre: Electronic: Electro
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1. Plans
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2. Alison
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3. 186t
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4. Plans (Single Edit)
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5. Plans (Catburglar Mix)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Based in Manchester, England, The Christophers formed in late 2007. Their first show was at a famous City warehouse and their third was a massive show sell out show at manchester academy one. They have since gone on to endure the venue rat race of the city including airplay with the BBC and XFM nationwide. The band mix the electro Groovebox culture with growling bass and guitar, glasses and ties, into the 2008 new wave era.
Manchestermusic: Undoubtably the best demo we have heard all year.


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Mark Lesseraux

Plans
The Christophers make angular, slicing dance-rock like no one else does! Chris Insley's staccato, punctuating guitars raise the post punk ghosts while pointing steadfastedly toward the future.