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Not to be confused with The Silverman, one of the founding members of The Legendary Pink Dots

Silverman’s debut release “Speed of Life Part Two” was released in 2002 to critical acclaim. Caustic, cruel duet “Ctrl Alt Del” will remind you of Jane Gainsbourg and Serge Birkin, or Nick Cave and Kylie Minogue, with music courtesy of, perhaps, Massive Attack. “Can I have my heart back, please?” has you thinking of a tormented Cocteau Twins, with broken Anna’s sad request buried beneath a wave of brutal electro-noise. Themes include sex, death and lingering pain, though the sex is (tellingly?) not gender-specific.

Passionate about the control and self determination afforded by the internet Silverman have enjoyed over 500,000 internet downloads and won Best Music Award at the worlds first Internet Film and Music Festival in Los Angeles.

Anna Dennis: vocals, acoustic guitar
Martin Williams: sampler, drums, guitar, vocals
Steve Moody: bass
Alan Deacon: keyboards


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  • nodefarticle

    Something is stirring - slowly...somewhere. Who knows where this will end up? Leave your details at and you'll be the first to find out.

    7 Jun 2:43pm Reply
  • Koud-elka

    You can find Speed of life part 2 here

    28 Feb 9:52am Reply
  • virtex007

    Please tell me, where can i get their album? Or even where get any information about this great guys?

    14 Jan 2012 Reply
  • all_for_nothing

    ctrl alt del is awsome

    8 Oct 2010 Reply
  • andi_freeborn

    To all that complains about Knight's The Silverman being tagged as Silverman, some releases are labled only "Silverman". So the tagging Silverman for Knight's project are not necessary wrong. Like many other groups the "the" prefix are used now and then but not allways

    23 Jun 2010 Reply
  • membranex

    This band is no longer together. There was a what I gathered a nasty split between the female vocalist and the male musician.

    4 May 2010 Reply
  • tm_rocks

    are they still around? says they're on tour??!!!! what's up with that?!

    23 Dec 2009 Reply
  • anyonesguess

    Does anyone know what happened to these amazing guys?? Their website was last updated in 2005... Are they still together? Questions questions...

    4 Dec 2009 Reply
  • flintxxx where are you?

    2 Dec 2009 Reply
  • jetjag

    It's all well and good to talk about tagging your music properly, but I went and bought a couple of albums by the guy fom the Legendary Pink Dots and the downloads are tagged as "Silverman".

    26 Oct 2009 Reply
  • spindlyone

    Absolutely love this band. They played for my wedding reception.

    21 May 2009 Reply
  • Verticis_Puer

    Great music

    3 May 2009 Reply
  • redhalo

    THE Silverman! *chuckles at related groups section*

    11 Feb 2008 Reply
  • Agnostik

    Tag your stuff properly people. Phil Knight is The Silverman, not just Silverman. Similar artists list is funny with all these LPD-related artists =)

    9 Mar 2007 Reply
  • blossomel

    just listened to love me too and loved it soooo... what are they doing right now?

    27 Jan 2007 Reply
  • shifto112

    Was introduced to this band by the below poster's blog, great stuff :D

    25 May 2006 Reply

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