Biography

There are multiple artist with this name:

1) WENDYHOUSE [DUBSTEP/DRUM & BASS PRODUCERS] - Wendyhouse is the musical brainchild of Will Lansley and Andy Warren, or as they’re professionally known, Vaiso & Jengha.

The partnership was only formed in 2012 due to the roaring success of their debut, ‘Touch.’ However, both have been whipping up a storm online as separate artists due to their seemingly never ending succession of Drum n Bass smashes that have already assured recognition in the grassroots field. Both talented musicians in their own right, Vaiso’s first love were the drums whilst Jengha is an impressive saxophonist. At 18, their musical vocabulary is that of men well beyond their years and their methodical approach and mature attitude towards their music is evident.

2) WENDYHOUSE [BAND] - Wendyhouse have been around since 1992 when Bryce “Mr Pudding” Galloway, EE monk and an itinerant percussionist climbed into a windowless dollshouse (or Wendyhouse) to perform songs from the future. Their future was the year 2032 and the venue for this Sci-fi nonsense was Auckland’s Artspace gallery and Soundwatch festival.

18 years later, Wendyhouse are still going. The time between has seen the release of five cassettes, six CDs, one seven inch single and a comic. Wendyhouse have toured nationally on several occasions as well as popping up at various art events throughout New Zealand.

The music of Wendyhouse was initially played on toy musical instruments only. Instruments for big kids were gradually introduced. Through the late 90s/early zeros a fondness for chance recording saw the group’s pop-punk music become increasingly abstract. However, the latest offerings - 2005’s Wendyhouse Christmas Album and 2010’s Garage Strand see the return of the song.

Edited by aerozol1 on 3 Sep 2014, 01:30

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