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At our core we are a music making / song writing duo more than a little obsessed with guitars, however we like to play with other people and our band. Rob, Ed and Little Phil have been in the frame for a long time.

We have a crazy lovely fan base who keep us in business and we feel like our best is just ahead of us - like a giant golden carrot leading us on and on, down a road, across a field and into a brown sack.... They will have to kill us to stop us.

We'd really like you to send in your own Turin Brakes pics and videos to the moblog too, you can send pictures or videos to this moblog easily using your camera phone or computer. Just MMS or email your images to:

Turin Brakes are: Olly Knights and Gale Paridjanian. Joined on the live stage by Rob Allum, Eddie Myer and Little Phil Marten.

Influences: Miles Davis to Fugazi and back again. We tend to pass all our influences through the genre of folk tinged indie rock, but being English the idea of putting ourselves into a genre in the first place makes us want to tear our man flesh suits off, but that’s not your fault. Some have said we make a sweet spine tingling kind of noise while others say we are "quietly seething." Some even say we rock like monkeys! Here’s what we say..... You decide.

Sounds Like: We sound a bit like a cowboy from the old west in the streets of 21st century London who is being forced at gun point by his own shadow to confess his hopes and fears into an old tape recorder for uses unknown, with lots of guitars, beats and harmonies ricocheting off the concrete canyons all around....

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Heres one from last night at the Consortium.....amazing night x
23rd Nov 2006, 11:47  

Merryn(Merryn2000-at-hotmail-dot-com) says:

Hey..my pics up!
..totally amazing evening!

25th Nov 2006, 00:46

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