Digital Criminals
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DEMO'S RELEASED:
* Digital Criminals - Jacked Up (Demo)
* Digital Criminals - Are The Kids Alright? (Demo)
* Digital Criminals - Running Up That Hill (Kate Bush Cover)
* Digital Criminals - Bury Your head (Demo)

RADIO PLAY FROM:
* Adam Walton - BBC Radio Wales
* Andrew Cross - BRfm Radio

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Digital Criminals are a female fronted three piece Electronic Pop-Rock collective from Pontypool, South Wales that formed in 2013 to write and produce music that could inspire the lost generation, reignite hope and regenerate ambition, despite economic and social decline.

With front woman Emily Bates starting out life with her single mother in a family care home in Newport and fellow musicians Dan Fry & Martyn White (family members) growing up in a 3 bed terrace that housed 7 in Pontypool, this trio have had to face and find ways to overcome their share of personal hardships, from which they continue to draw their strength. As individuals they have gigged for several years gaining a wealth of experience and a range of awards and degrees, with Dan Fry achieving awards for outstanding musicianship from the Classic Rock Society.

Collectively writing, producing and sharing a sound that would not be out of place on the band scene or DJ Circuit, they discovered their love of a style of music that encompasses hard hitting, vocal led songs with powerful hooks that challenges the intellect and stimulates debate… you don’t just listen… you participate and become emotionally involved. The Digital Criminals have a myriad of influences ranging from David Bowie, Kate Bush, Nine Inch Nails, Depeche Mode, Nero and Pendulum amongst many others. Stepping away from the conventional use of drums and amps The Criminals embrace the latest technological advancements to construct their music based on intricate layering of beats, vocals and instrumentation, delivering an individual sound that has already attracted airplay By Adam Walton on BBC Radio Wales, that is the Digital Criminals.