Biography

Gold Blood is a collaboration between PhD student Emile Bojesen and keyboard enthusiast Michael Anthony Wright. Emile is better known for previously fronting the hardcore band Chariots (Holy Roar, Big Scary Monsters), his current noise-rock band The Good Wife (Super-Fi) and his writing and performance in the multilateral art project with JMF Casey, The Church. Michael has been making electronic music under the guise of Brassica (Dissident, Tartaruga, Cyber Dance) as well other collaborations such as Queen of Swords (Aurora Borealis), Achrid (Benbecula), Minus Two Quartet, The Laptop Orchestra (with David Toop) and Dallas Brett (with Jorja Chalmers of The Ting Tings and Brian Ferry’s band).

Gold Blood’s music is built upon a shared enthusiasm for pop, post-punk, improvisation and rock n roll. It is a meeting of two strongly individual habitations of music, forming together in
the faith of working outside of one’s comfort zone towards something original and exciting. Emile’s vocals and lyrics work with narratives, concrete poetics and self-referentiality. Michael works with keyboards and drum machines, especially old ones. Somehow it works.

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