Glastonbury-based brothers, Todd and Guy, are changing the face of dance music. Having been immersed in music by their father, a popular guitarist in the psychedelic music scene, the two found their love for dance music as they grew up in the rave scene in Somerset.
Their new single “In Flight” is the perfect debut, and shows Todd and Guy’s willingness to push boundaries with their music. It’s an infectiously catchy track, showcasing their ability to conquer experimental house sounds and create an almighty record. Their close friend Sharky is a stunning addition to the sound, which is emphasised by the Hackney New School Year 8 Choir, where Todd regularly teaches drums.
Set to debut their exciting electronic show later this year, we had a chat with the boys to find out more about them.
When did you decide to start making music together?
We were always messing around as kids in our Dad’s music room, but we properly decided to make music together when guy moved to London in 2012.
You grew up around all these different music genres. Do you feel like that has had an influence on your sound?
100%. We are a product of our environment and our environment was full of musical stimulation. Being out late at festivals and parties with our family allowed us to observe the audience from a young age.
Can you tell us a little bit about your creative process?
One of us will bring an idea into the studio be it harmonic, rhythmic or melodic. From there we allow each other to manipulate and play with it. Once an idea is at a certain stage we always like to bring in friends to add multiple layers of performance. It’s the mix of live performance and electronic production which we get off on.