Keyboard Choir started out in Oxford during winter 2004, creating live music with the turbulence and dynamics of 'traditional' ensemble performance using purely electronic sound sources - keys, synths, drum machines, samplers, fx boxes and laptops.
They've since gone from strength to strength, playing support to bands as diverse Metronomy, Coldcut and Cadence Weapon, and picking up an army of fans that includes the godfather of UK electronic music Brian Eno. They have been written about widely including favourable articles in… read more
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