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The Colourphonics

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“Interpreters of the munted, chaotic whirlpool that is the prolix collectiveness, distilled down to rhythm, rhyme and reason that piques the conscience first, the feet swiftly following, New Translation exist to furgle the fallacy of music absent of affectivity, bereft of brio and vacant of vivacity. From the ether, the music enters the adroit Translators, is stripped and searched, prodded and poked, massaged and imbued with the stylistic imprint of the incumbents’ bar sinister. Apperceptive processes dance on the ceiling of burlesque cognitive tendrils, shooting bolts of erudite lightning from your id to others’ via the essential funk organs, curing epidemics of ennui through the conjury of song.

So let this peroration be a warning; the New Translation is coming for you like a bomb with OCD.”

Formed by Corey (guitar), Steve (drums) and Dave (piano) in 2005, The New Translation was then completed in late 2006 with the addition of Shaun (bass). New Translation has worked with various vocalists including sassy Polly who recorded with us in 2008 and of recent times the smooth stylings of Tony Minnieconn of the Motown Movement and raw power that is Miranda Maz of The Irresponsibles. Desiring to integrate a vast number of influences, New Translation’s aim is to break free from the bonds of genre based music and show its audience music they’ve never experienced before. In addition to guest vocalists for our upcoming album we have tried to intergrate a variety of guest artists including Pete Raidel of Goose on Sax plus Geoff Bradley and Andrew Tucker on trumpet.

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