Wed . 19 Oct 2019
TR | RU | UK | KK | BE |

We Have Band

we have band, we have band someone
We Have Band, also known as "WHB", is a three-piece electronic music group from Manchester and London consisting of Darren Bancroft and the husband-and-wife duo Thomas Wegg-Prosser and Dede Wegg-Prosser They have released three albums through the French-based Naïve Records Their first album, WHB, was released on 5 April 2010 and a ten-track second album, Ternion, was released on 29 January 2012 We Have Band have remixed many artists including Gorillaz, Bloc Party, Micachu, Peter Bjorn and John and M83

Contents

  • 1 Instruments and style
  • 2 Career
    • 21 Early live performances
    • 22 Early single and compilation releases
  • 3 Naïve label releases
    • 31 WHB
    • 32 Singles
    • 33 Touring
    • 34 TV and film
    • 35 2011
    • 36 2012
      • 361 Ternion
      • 362 Recordstore Day
      • 363 Touring
  • 4 Discography
    • 41 Studio albums
    • 42 Singles
    • 43 Remixing
    • 44 Cover versions
    • 45 Mixtapes
  • 5 References

Instruments and style

The band writes with guitars, bass guitars, synthesizers, soft synthesizers, percussion, drum machines and drum samples Within a few months of working together they had the collection of songs that formed the backbone of their first album Many of these songs have appeared as single releases and on various compilations including the Kitsuné Maison compilations Their style has been variously described as disco revival and depressive disco They have been lauded as punk funk standard bearers and in their early days were described by Paul Lester of The Guardian as being "unsigned and undeniable"

Career

Early live performances

The band started playing in London in April 2008 at venues such as Club Mother Fucker, Dollop, YoYo, White Heat and Durr In their early days they also made a number of festival appearances at events like Secret Garden Party, Glastonbury festival, SXSW, La Route du Rock, Rencontres Trans Musicales, Montreux Jazz Festival, CMJ, Berlin Festival and Art Basel Miami This laid the foundations for the live following which saw the band tour solidly during 2009 and 2010 A highlight of their early live work was victory in the Glastonbury Festival emerging band competition in March 2009

Early single and compilation releases

The band released its first single, "Oh!", in November 2008 on the 50bones records label, notable for releasing early singles by Little Boots, and The Virgins The single received much critical acclaim This Is Faked DIY described it as "the most chilled disco-funk ever" and as "Kraftwerk running for the bus" Oh! was remixed by Yo Majesty and Micachu & The Shapes The video for this release was directed by Tom Ellis "Oh!" was followed by "You Came Out" which was released on the Kill 'em All label in June 2009 Its video was directed by David Wilson who has also directed videos for Metronomy and Little Boots There were a number of remixes for "You Came Out", including ones by Stereogamus and Blamma Blamma! The Kitsuné label were early fans of the band and two tracks were included on the Kitsuné Maison compilations "Hear It In The Cans" appeared on Maison 6 and "Time After Time" on Maison 7 The band has since played two Kitsuné events in La Maroquonaire, Paris, and Scala, London

Naïve label releases

WHB

Work on the band's first album was finished in Autumn 2009 It was mixed and co-produced by Gareth Jones who has also worked with Depeche Mode, These New Puritans and Emmy The Great The recording and mix was finished in Strongrooms and the record was mastered by Nils at The Exchange It was signed to Naïve Records, a French independent label at the end of 2009 and the album was released on 5 April 2010 on CD, vinyl and download formats The album received much critical acclaim The Times described it as "Brooding disco meets slick, new-wave indie" The Fly magazine said the album shows "just what a force they really are", whilst The Music Fix said, "These young shoulders have sired a mature yet minimal electro pop masterpiece" The album artwork was created by Sam Ashby, an East London art director and designer, who is also responsible for the queer film magazine Little Joe

Singles

"Divisive" was the first single proper from the album It was iTunes single of the week on its release week of 22 March It received significant support from Radio 1 DJs Fearne Cotton and Jo Whiley The video for "Divisive" was made by jul&mat for Solab who have also made videos for Metronomy "Divisive" was remixed by Tom Starr and the Chicago house legend Carl Craig amongst others "Divisive" was followed by a re-release of "Oh!" The re-release video was made by Blake Claridge The final single from WHB was "Love What You Doing" Released on 6 December 2010,the single was accompanied by remixes by Anoraak, Teenagers and Tokyo, and James Yuill

Touring

From the 2008 London performances and early international festival performances the band has toured fairly constantly At the Rencontres Trans Musicales in late 2008 in Rennes the band was described as "The Revelation of the Festival" In 2009 and 2010, the band played 287 shows in 26 countries They have played major festivals all over the UK including Glastonbury festival, The Big Chill, V Festival, Lovebox Festival, Secret Garden Party, Latitude, Isle of Wight Festival, Parklife, and The Great Escape Worldwide, they have played at SXSW, Melt! Festival, Berlin Festival, Emmaboda Sweden, Paleo Festival Switzerland, Pohoda Slovakia, La Route du Rock, Exit Serbia, Montreux Jazz Festival, Printemps de Bourges, Pukkelpop and Calvi On The Rocks among many others Playing live has given the band their real identity and allowed them to reach tens of thousands of concert goers and their energetic live shows have earned them numerous plaudits,

TV and film

Several of the band's songs have been used in television advertisements In 2010, the track "Honey Trap" was chosen for the global Diesel 'Be Stupid' campaign In 2015, "Honey Trap" was also used by Coca-Cola in its 'Choose Coca-Cola' campaign "Divisive" was used in the TV series Mercy and the Tom Starr remix was used on EA Games Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit The band's third single, "Love What You Doing", was chosen for Stella McCartney's Print Collection Fragrances adverts and twice in the TV show Made in Chelsea The band also appeared on the Channel 4 Top Shop ctrl event broadcast in April 2010 and was featured on the MTV live sessions

2011

The band had several European dates and festivals, but mainly worked on its follow up to the first album, WHB, with producer Luke Smith who had recently produced Foals, and the producer mixer Ben Hillier who has worked with Blur, Villagers and Elbow

2012

Ternion

Ternion was released on 30 January 2012 The limited edition version of the record included a bonus disc Ternion Aside, which is a 26-minute reworking of the album by Thomas Wegg-Prosser The first single, "Where Are Your People", was released on 5 February 2012, picking up television coverage on Sky's Soccer AM along with radio plays on stations such as XFM, Amazing Radio and fm4 There was significant interest on music blogs, including Clash Music, Disco Naivete and lagasta This single was accompanied by remixes from the house act eatseverythingmusic and electronic duo Walls The video for the release was made by Alex Turvey The second single from Ternion, "Tired Of Running", was released on 4 June 2012 The video was shot in the woods of Marly Le Roi outside Paris and was directed by Arthur Castillon and Fabien Pochez The single and video attracted coverage from La Gasta, Disco Naivete, Daze Digital, Electronic Beats and ilikemusic At the end of the year, they released the "What's Mine, What's Yours" single, online only To accompany the release was a montage style video edited and directed by Kate Bones Along with this, Ternion Aside was re-released Previously only available on the Special Edition of Ternion, it is a 26-minute re-work of Side A of "Ternion" by Tom Wegg-Prosser, who said, "It was inspired by The League Unlimited Orchestra’s ‘Love and Dancing’ Album The idea of taking only the component parts from an original album recording and re-imagining them - creating a new and unique piece of music from what already existed whilst trying not to take a conventional remix approach The 1st 5 tracks from ‘Ternion’ all worked within this concept and we love the way the music becomes something else" This was available to listen to on soundcloud and "What's Mine, What's Yours", the final track from the mix, was available to download for free

Recordstore Day

On Recordstore Day, 21 April 2012, the band released a limited edition double A-side of a cover of The Horrors' "Still Life" and Washed Out's "Within Without"

To promote Ternion, the band performed the following live sessions: All Saints Basement Sessions, Daytrotter, Play NetWork, Nova Radio, le Mouv and The Clash

Touring

The tour to accompany this album started on 15 February 2012 in Cargo London and was followed by an extensive tour of Europe, then on to South America for 16º Festival Cultura Inglesa with Franz Ferdinand and The Horrors European and UK festivals followed, including Lovebox, Latitude, Montreux Jazz Festival, Berlin Festival and Dockville A European autumn tour followed in September 2012, including Berlin Festival In 2013, the band went to Mexico for some dates with Bandtastic and returned to do a German tour The band are currently working on their third album

Discography

Studio albums

Album title Album details
WHB
  • Released: 5 April 2010
  • Label: Naïve Records
  • Formats: Vinyl, Download, CD
Ternion
  • Released: 30 January 2012
  • Label: Naïve Records
  • Formats: Vinyl, Download, CD
Movements
  • Released: 28 April 2014
  • Label: Naïve Records
  • Formats: Vinyl, Download, CD

Singles

Release details Release date Label
"Oh!" November 2008 50 Bones
"You Came Out" June 2009 Kill 'em All
"Divisive" March 2010 Naïve Records
"Oh!" June 2010 Naïve Records
"Love, What You Doing" December 2010 Naïve Records
"Where Are Your People" February 2012 Naïve Records
"Tired Of Running" June 2012 Naïve Records
"What's Mine, What's Yours" November 2012 Naïve Records

Remixing

  • M83 - Reunion
  • Gorillaz - On Melancholy Hill
  • Peter Bjorn & John - It Don't Move Me
  • Bloc Party - Halo
  • Micachu - Lips
  • James Yuill - This Sweet Love
  • Monarchy - Gold in the Fire
  • Natalia Kills - Wonderland,
  • Wave Machine - Keep The Light On
  • Anoraak - Try Me,
  • Teenagers In Tokyo - Nightschool
  • Filthy Dukes - Messages
  • Brisa Roché - Sweat King

Cover versions

  • "Let's Dance" David Bowie - We Were So Turned On: A Tribute To David Bowie
  • "Still Life" The Horrors - Record Store Day
  • "Within Without Washed Out" - Record Store Day
  • "West End Girls" Pet Shop Boys for Uncovered Compilation

Mixtapes

  • Soundcloud - We Have Band - Free Mixtape
  • Spotify - We Have Band - Mixtape
  • Digital Hunter - We Have Band - Mixtape
  • Allez Allez - We Have Band - Mixtape
  • Dummy Magazine Mixtape

References

  1. ^ "We Have Band" Lastfm Retrieved 13 June 2012 
  2. ^ "WHB Bonus Track Version" iTunes 5 April 2010 Retrieved 15 June 2012 
  3. ^ "Ternion Deluxe Edition" iTunes 29 January 2012 Retrieved 15 June 2012 
  4. ^ a b "Interview : We Have Band" Dirtbagjournalismwordpresscom 28 April 2010 Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  5. ^ a b "Album Review: We Have Band - 'WHB' WHB Records/Naive" NmeCom 9 April 2010 Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  6. ^ a b Lester, Paul 20 June 2008 "No 338: We Have Band | Culture" The Guardian London Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  7. ^ "Club Motherfuker" Clubmotherfuckercom 12 May 2012 Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  8. ^ "dollop" Dollopdollopcom Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  9. ^ "Thursday" Nottinghillartsclubcom Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  10. ^ "White Heat Club Every Tuesday night at Madame JoJo's in Soho, London" Whiteheatmayfaircom Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  11. ^ "DURRR" DURRR Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  12. ^ "News - We Have Band interview" Glastonbury Festivals Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  13. ^ "It's a 50 Bones blog" 50bonesblogspotcouk Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  14. ^ "We Have Band - Oh! | Single Reviews | DIY" Thisisfakediycouk Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  15. ^ "We Have Band - You Came Out Official Music Video" YouTube 9 June 2009 Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  16. ^ "We Have Band - You Came Out Stereogamous Bathhouse Version" YouTube Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  17. ^ "EXCLUSIVE NEW DOWNLOAD: We Have Band Blamma! Blamma!'s Fleetwood Mix" Rcrd Lbl 19 August 2009 Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  18. ^ "We Have Band - Page" Interview Magazine Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  19. ^ "We Have Band" The Fly 1 April 2010 Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  20. ^ Mules, Adrian 26 March 2010 "We Have Band" Musicthedigitalfixcom Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  21. ^ "EP by We Have Band" Itunesapplecom 22 March 2010 Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  22. ^ "We Have Band - Divisive" YouTube 22 February 2010 Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  23. ^ "Jul & Mat Website" Juletmatfr Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  24. ^ "We Have Band — Divisive Tom Staar Remix" YouTube 11 January 2010 Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  25. ^ "We Have Band - Divisive Carl Craig Remix" YouTube 13 September 2010 Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  26. ^ "We Have Band - OH!" YouTube 14 June 2010 Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  27. ^ "Love, What You Doing - EP by We Have Band" Itunesapplecom 6 December 2010 Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  28. ^ "We Have Band - Live Review" The Fly 12 April 2010 Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  29. ^ "Big Chill 2010: We Have Band" Clashmusiccom Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  30. ^ "Be Stupid" Diesel Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  31. ^ "Choose Coca-Cola" Coca-Cola Retrieved 5 July 2015 
  32. ^ "Mercy - Season 1, Episode 22: That Crazy Bitch Was Right" TVcom 17 April 2011 Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  33. ^ "NFS Hot Pursuit: We Have Band - Divisive Tom Staar Remix" YouTube 24 September 2010 Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  34. ^ "Stella McCartney - The Print Collection on Vimeo" Vimeocom 26 October 2011 Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  35. ^ "Made in Chelsea - Episode 7 music" E4com Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  36. ^ "Trailer for the Topman CTRL Tour coming to Channel 4" YouTube 28 May 2010 Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  37. ^ "You Came Out MTV Session" Mtvcouk Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  38. ^ "We Have Band Unveil New Video For Single 'Tired Of Running'" Pressparty 12 June 2012 Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  39. ^ "Where Are Your People by We Have Band" Soundcloudcom Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  40. ^ "Sky Sports | Shows | Soccer AM | Week 21" Soccer AM Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  41. ^ "We Have Band Announce Free EP" Clashmusiccom 11 January 2012 Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  42. ^ "We Have Band - Where Are Your People" Disconaivetecom Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  43. ^ "We Have Band: "Where Are Your People"" Lagastacom 4 December 2011 Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  44. ^ "Eats Everything" Facebook 21 June 2012 Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  45. ^ "DJ Kamera Electronic Duo - Wall" Facebook Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  46. ^ "AlexTurveycom" Cargocollectivecom Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  47. ^ "We Have Band - Tired Of Running" Soundcloudcom Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  48. ^ "Wanda Productions - Director - Arthur Castillon & Fabien Pochez" Wandanet Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  49. ^ "We Have Band: "Tired Of Running" Video" Lagastacom 12 June 2012 Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  50. ^ "Video: We Have Band - Tired Of Running" Disconaivetecom Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  51. ^ "We Have Band Video Premiere: Tired of Running" Dazed Digital Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  52. ^ "We Have Band - Tired Of Running" Electronic Beats 12 June 2012 Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  53. ^ "VIDEO: We Have Band - Tired Of Running" I Like Music 12 June 2012 Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  54. ^ "What's Mine, What's Yours Ternion Aside Version" Soundcloudcom Retrieved 24 July 2013 
  55. ^ a b "We Have Band - What's Mine, What's Yours Official Music Video" YouTube 11 December 2012 Retrieved 24 July 2013 
  56. ^ "Ternion Aside by We Have Band" Soundcloudcom Retrieved 24 July 2013 
  57. ^ "What's Mine, What's Yours Ternion Aside Version" Soundcloudcom Retrieved 24 July 2013 
  58. ^ a b "We Have Band - Watertight Acoustic" Youtube 30 January 2012 Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  59. ^ https://webarchiveorg/web/20120703041752/http://wwwdaytrottercom/ Archived from the original on 3 July 2012 Retrieved 4 July 2012  Missing or empty |title= help
  60. ^ "Radio Nova" Tuneincom Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  61. ^ "We Have Band" Lemouvfr Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  62. ^ "We Have Band - Watertight Lovebox 2012" Clashmusiccom 21 June 2012 Retrieved 11 July 2012 
  63. ^ "Berlin Festival | 6+ 7 September 2013" Berlinfestivalde Retrieved 24 July 2013 
  64. ^ "We are working on the next big thing…" Bandtasticme Retrieved 24 July 2013 
  65. ^ a b "M83 - OK Pal download" Soundowlcom Retrieved 16 July 2012 
  66. ^ https://webarchiveorg/web/20120711060652/http://groovesharkcom/ Archived from the original on 11 July 2012 Retrieved 11 July 2012  Missing or empty |title= help
  67. ^ "Bloc Party - Halo We Have Band Dub" YouTube Retrieved 16 July 2012 
  68. ^ "DOWNLOAD: Micachu - Lips We Have Band Remix" Rcrd Lbl Retrieved 16 July 2012 
  69. ^ "James Yuill- This Sweet Love" The Music Slut 22 February 1999 Retrieved 16 July 2012 
  70. ^ "Monarchy - Gold in the Fire We Have Band Remix" YouTube 26 February 2010 Retrieved 16 July 2012 
  71. ^ "We Have Band & Natalia Kills" Over Muziek Retrieved 16 July 2012 
  72. ^ "Wave Machine - Keep The Light O" The Music Slut 22 February 1999 Retrieved 16 July 2012 
  73. ^ "Try Me We Have Band remix by Anoraak" Soundcloudcom 14 September 2010 Retrieved 16 July 2012 
  74. ^ "teenagersintokyo + We Have Band + Nightschool" Thisbigstereonet Retrieved 16 July 2012 
  75. ^ "Filthy Dukes - Messages We Have Band Remix" YouTube 8 November 2010 Retrieved 16 July 2012 
  76. ^ "Sweat King We Have Band Remix: Brisa Roché" Amazonde Retrieved 16 July 2012 
  77. ^ "We Have Band - Let's Dance" YouTube 28 November 2010 Retrieved 16 July 2012 
  78. ^ "We Have Band - Still Life The Horrors Cover" YouTube Retrieved 16 July 2012 
  79. ^ We Have Band 17 April 2012 "We Have Band - Within and Without Washed Out Cover" Soundcloudcom Retrieved 16 July 2012 
  80. ^ "We Have Band -West End Girls" YouTube 23 December 2009 Retrieved 16 July 2012 
  81. ^ "We Have Band - Free Mixtape by We Have Band" Soundcloudcom Retrieved 16 July 2012 
  82. ^ "Listen: We Have Band - Christmas Mix - 9 Dec 2011" Clashmusiccom 2011-12-09 Retrieved 16 July 2012 
  83. ^ "L'article que vous avez préféré la semaine dernière] Mixtape 43" Digitalhunterfr Retrieved 16 July 2012 
  84. ^ "we have band" Allezallezclubwordpresscom Retrieved 16 July 2012 
  85. ^ "Dummy Mix 24 - We Have Band" Dummymagcom Retrieved 16 July 2012 

we have band, we have band album, we have band honeytrap lyrics, we have band lyrics, we have band movements, we have band someone, we have band someone lyrics, we have band whb


We Have Band Information about

We Have Band


  • user icon

    We Have Band beatiful post thanks!

    29.10.2014


We Have Band
We Have Band
We Have Band viewing the topic.
We Have Band what, We Have Band who, We Have Band explanation

There are excerpts from wikipedia on this article and video

Random Posts

Picts

Picts

The Picts were a tribal confederation of peoples who lived in what is today eastern and northern Sco...
Visual prosthesis

Visual prosthesis

A visual prosthesis, often referred to as a bionic eye, is an experimental visual device intended to...
Mini rugby

Mini rugby

Mini rugby, also known as New Image Rugby, is a form of rugby union designed to introduce the sport ...
List of synthetic polymers

List of synthetic polymers

Synthetic polymers are human-made polymers From the utility point of view they can be classified int...