Amongst The Pigeons
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Amongst The Pigeons

Brighton, England, United Kingdom | INDIE

Brighton, England, United Kingdom | INDIE
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"dark electronic beats"

Post-party mash-up music is the snappy soundbite accompanying this strange release, although anyone hoping to come down gently to its tonal niceties is likely to spiral back into a giddy hallucinogenic whirl. Eerie spoken vocals vie with dark electronic beats and everyday soundscapes, from Belfast airport to a gaggle of pissed-up teens, creating an uneasy yet wholly compelling package from the deepest recesses of the artistic psyche. ‘Michael Jackson’s Last Waltz’, in particular, sums up what one would imagine a remotely administered overdose might indeed feel like – pretty damn bloody spooky we’d imagine. - Brighton Source

"Amongst The Pigeon's Repeat To Fade EP is worth playing over again"

BRIGHTON beatmaker Amongst The Pigeon's Repeat To Fade EP is worth playing over again.
A more sturdy, flowing collection than his eclectic LP Music To Brush Your Teeth To, the six-track release starts slow with ambient Mocha To Go and then progresses nicely throughout.
A little of the comical quirkiness of previous Amongst The Pigeons has been lost, and any song about a waltz such as Michael Jackson's Last Waltz should surely be three beats-per-minute, harrumph.
But nevertheless with tracks like the moody The Darker Side Of... and skankin' The Kids Of Today this excellent collection should be racing into your collection. - Sound Advise (Isaac Ashe)


Wings Wings Beat EP 2005
Music to brush your teeth to ALBUM 2009
Repeat to fade EP 2010
Flat on me back EP 2010
ATPLP2 Demos 2011

All tracks are on Spotify and have had radioplay



CAT got your ear? ...

Based in Brighton, Amongst the Pigeons is a place inhabited by soaring loops and the beating of electronic wings.

Right from the start ATP has been building a reputation for bringing attention to detail. Both on record, with artwork and at live shows – gigs are marked by such curious sights as dance floors flocked with people wearing pigeon masks...

Jumping out of the bag in 2005, ATP’s debut EP, ‘wings wings: beat’, was soon picked up by Radio One’s Rob Da Bank, developing a fan base that was augmented by 2009’s album, ‘Music to brush your teeth to.’

Featuring special guests, Frank Turner & Beans on Toast, the album was well received by radio and brought DJ slots in Europe and remix work for the likes of Polly Scattergood, Justice Force 5 and The Agitator.

In 2010 there was a new EP - ‘Repeat to fade’, which won a Brighton Music Award for best artwork. Its tracks along with those from the debut album formed the basis of ATP’s live show which got an airing in shows at the Brighton Live Festival and on support slots with artists such as M.E.N and SeeFeel.

Plans for the rest of 2011 include the patter of furry feet across the great British countryside, with Secret Garden Party and numerous other summer festival appearances, an Autumn UK tour and accompanying release later in the year.

The next ATP release will be the 2nd album which is already attracting attention via the free demo downloads being made available to fans and DJs on the ATP SoundCloud.

Flutter, flutter, miaow, miaow..