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THREEMOVEMENTS

Post Rock/Math rock • United Kingdom


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UK band THREEMOVEMENTS was formed in 2003, and by the time they released their debut mini album "Electricity Wiped Out Heaven" in 2004 they consisted of James Saddington, Liam Davis, Matthew Hughes, Joseph Smyth, Ian Smith and Rhys Iffland. Later on Steven Marciano would also join the ranks. But in 2007 they called it quits, the main members subsequently resurfacing in the band Eaststrikewest.

Threemovements brand of post rock was flavoured with details from electronica and metal, and earned them comparisons to bands like Mogwai and GYBE!

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Electricity Wiped Out Heaven
2004

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