Harrow’s very own Concrete Disco present their second single, Sounds of the Void, written and produced by themselves and featuring vocals from Hackney-born poet and performer Raymond Antrobus.
Sounds of the Void is an unapologetically heavyweight track with dub step, hip hop and Buddhist chant influences, and aims to capture the essence of London’s underground club scene, perfect for a cold winter’s night in a hot, sweaty club.
The band is made up of brothers Dom and Joe Berditch from Pinner, on drums and vocals, laptop and keyboard respectively, and Jonny Wharton, from Bath, on laptop, keyboard and guitar. They first came to public attention as Toxic Funk Berry when they reached the live semi-finals of Sky 1’s X Factor-style show, Must Be The Music. They had formed in 2010 after meeting at Brunel University.
Sounds of the Void is available from iTunes, and the video, out today, can be viewed at here. Details: www.concretedisco.com