It all starts with an electric piano, followed by a bass and a trip-hop style vocal. Thundering Typhoons is the new single of London based live band Concrete Disco (out 23rd February). It reminds a lot Mount Kimbie, with a touch of Prodigy with the drum and bass drums. This is the first record of the band with the label The Animal Farm.
Concrete Disco is a trio formed in 2010 by Johnny Warton, multi-instrumentalist and lyricist, plus brother Joe and Dom Cusack. According to them, this release marks a new phase of their career, more focused in the vocals and keeping with the noise music characteristic of their previous releases.
Not only a studio band the trio is also performing alive.
“Gig highlights include Glastonbury Festival, Glade Festival, Secret Garden Party, The Roundhouse Camden, Whelans Dublin, Camden Proud, and The Borderline. Support slots have included DeadMau5, Beardyman, DJ Yoda, Maxi Jazz, Freestylers and Plump DJs. They dropped their debut album Work for your Living, Play for your Life in 2014, writing, producing, recording and releasing the album themselves, along with a free companion download of remixes and mashups. This was followed by 2016’s Skyways EP, which brought them to the attention of The Animal Farm.”
Check more of their work in Spotify (embedded below):