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“a rock band effortlessly in tune with electronica…the world is dancing to the wrong beat” – 4/5 Q
“An absorbing debut…Song & Dance was worth the wait” – Sunday Times
“Leading the charge of new British bands…their nuanced songs delicate and full of nostalgic yearning” – The Guardian
“One of the most interesting indie bands to emerge this year” – The Independent
In today’s fast-paced world time is precious. Some bands deserve your time, and this is one of them. Duologue are the antithesis of pop music’s current disposable cultural impasse. Their debut album is an immersive experience intended to be absorbed and cherished with repeated listens, not to be heard once on laptop speakers and disregarded. Much like a great novel, this one is hard to put down and will stay with you forever.
The London five-piece are a product of the modern world and its easy access to music. Bonding over a mixture of the best in electronica and guitar-based music, they’ve fused this eclecticism into a truly inimitable sound of their own. “You could pick some songs and we’d be likened to a folk act, another few and we’d be called dubstep,” explains front man Tim Digby-Bell. How many bands can you say that about? Their cerebral experimentation may not be mainstream, but it’s fast becoming a favourite among the cognoscenti.

My Artists Sessions

Wednesday, March 13

2:05pm CDT

8:45pm CDT

Thursday, March 14

3:00pm CDT