About

“Werewolf Pop” I think that’s a pretty good term actually! – Steve Lamacq BBC6 music

“1956 Olympics is a mad song. Totally awesome !”
– TIM SCOTT, VICE / NOISEY

What we say

Our sound is Werewolf Pop. It’s Wooly and deliberate. We record onto magnetic tape because it gives us the bass frequency we like. Bass frequency is the sound of warm blood flowing through our bodies.

Manifesto

I wanted to use pieces of dead machinery: an old drum machine,a broken bass guitar, a stuttering organ. I wanted to use things that people had disregarded or forgotten about, I needed to find the light that was still flickering within these machines.My whole purpose was to create something that would sound good in a crap Hi-fi.

I needed to get clear of massive recording consoles and endless digital options.I wanted to get myself into a space were there was literally nothing left. Strength N.I.A was the aftermath of a nuclear disaster,and all I could find amidst the smoldering rubble was a cassette machine and some other forms of primitive and basic machinery – I imagined myself making the first pop songs in the world again – songs that would connect with people after the disaster – everything in the world had been destroyed so I needed to create something out of the ruin-something tangible that could be felt and played in a makeshift hi-fi or car stereo. This is were I would begin…

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News

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Releases

Northern Ireland Yes

Debut album by Strength N.I.A

Vinyl and CD available in record shops across Ireland

BUY ON BANDCAMP

Disobedience

Limited edition single for International Record Store Day. Each comes in a hand-stamped sleeve. Exclusively sold at Cool Discs in Derry. Edition of 50.

SOLD OUT

Do Televisions / Frankie Moore Ritual

Pro-dubbed double A-side cassette single. Edition of 100.

SOLD OUT