Cyberwaste was formed in April 2017 by London based Anglo-Irish music producer Ashlinn Nash . From a multi-disciplinary background she used Cyberwaste initially as a form to express her artistic background.
The name for the project was taken from the band Fear Factory’s song “Cyberwaste” which explored the theme of "Man versus Machine" which is personal interest to AN.
By August 2017 Cyberwaste had signed to Syndicol Music, joining fellow musicians ; Ventenner, The unkindness of Ravens, Moi Saint, Dicepeople, Down from above among others.
In December 2017 Cyberwaste in collaboration with Jake Harding set about writing and recording Cyberwaste’s 10 track debut album "Immerse”.
On the 4th May 2018 Cyberwaste’s debut live performance took part in Whitechapel at the Urban bar.
Throughout 2018 Cyberwaste continued to work on their debut album and played a variety of shows in and around London.
June 10th 2018 - The Star Inn Guildford
July 15th 2018 - New Cross Inn
August 15th 2018 - Troubadour
October 20th 2018 - Camden assembly
On 15th February 2019 “Immerse” was released which features the dark and brooding vocals of Jake Harding against the Trip-hop gothic melodies of the music. Mixed and Mastered by James Armstrong .
Cyberwaste continued to play a series of shows as a solo act using sampling sonically and visually intrinsically as part of her live performance and recorded works. Over the following dates in 2019:
March 9th 2019 - Bird's nest, London
March 28th 2019 - Album launch show, Aldershot
July 2nd 2019 - The Islington
July 11th 2019 - Afterdark, Reading
In May 2019, Cyberwaste began talks with Thomas Kelly about collaboration with Cyberwaste and on July 17th 2019, the solo project officially became a duo debuting live at Cafe 1001 in Brick lane.
With influences of Massive attack, Grimes, Portishead, Nine inch nails, Aphex Twin, Faithless, Portishead and Gary Numan comes music drenched in experimentation, electronica and dark pop.
“ Adventurous female-driven electronica with infusions of Hip-hop, DnB, Dance, Soundtrack and industrial, it's always an exciting and engaging sonic experience. Expansive atmospheres take you away to other worlds one minute and a killer breakbeat gets you on your feet the next. Combined with live projections you will always get a spectacular show."
- Doncaster Electronic Foundation
“Endless could almost be Aphex Twin were it not for the reverb-drenched, almost-whispered vox. Superb track.”
- Wild Eye Music
“From the glitch beats of ‘Atom Place’ to the subtle rhythms of ‘Metamorphosis’ and the spacey beats of ‘Client’, Cyberwaste manage to draw a stylish aesthetic on their future music compositions.”
- The Electricity club
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