MP3 A Better Blue - War Drum
Electronic Trip the light fantastic music or post punk might be better.
7 MP3 Songs
ELECTRONIC: Trip the light fantastic, ELECTRONIC: Soundscapes
War Drum Songs
Is it sick is it industrial.
It's all astir where you're from
A Best Blue live in a Yorkshire village that used to be known for its coal industry, now the identify is in ruins, a tatty, nasty left over which has seen better days. The old are dying from the damage done to them by the mines and the most of the young are blank eyed drug addled nihilists with no hope. And somewhere in the middle of all this is A Best Blue, working alone in an old pit house with a leaky roof, praying not to get mugged. Well "The War Drum" there first outing into the world of music in 10 years so let's just say this project is a labour of love.
About A Best Blue
Well there's me, a PC and a number of instruments and a lot of time but not much money involved in the creation of A Best Blue. The name came to me when I was writing one of the tracks, which at the time was called "something blue" but after adding an extra track, which as it happened change the direction of the composition, I thought to my self "now it's a better blue" and at that point the problem of what to call the band was solved.
What others are saying
Looking for music that sizzles with the sounds of electrical science and a human mind played by just one man?
CURRY MUTATES ROCK WITH ROCKING HIGH-TECH!
CURRY-NOT JUST FOR OVER THE FOOD!
This is John Curry, and he has a wide range of experience in making beautiful rocking music and performing.
The existence of John comes from:
*John Curry (GB): John is an old goth from Rossington, who is using every little electrical piece of any modern high-speed feature there would exist or non-exist, yet to be invented.
*"The Boss" (GB): John's 'magic tool' if it comes to music, but also a 'Piece of Magic and Survival' if it comes to living in John's environment.
He uses the modern and the old. The invented and the yet to be invented. He tries to get the best from the high-tech and the non-high-tech, and if you like his music, he is your man!
John Curry has received enthusiastic endorsements from The Colour of Time, [Netherlands] who are also on CDBABY. They compared John to New Order, Joy Division, Brian Eno and other new-wave bands from the 70's. The influences of John himself are New Order, Joy Division, Simple Minds, Bauhaus, U2 and Echo and the Bunnymen. For further information contact John Curry or The Colour of Time.
-Melanie Nijs, The Colour of Time web-manager