Mass Consensus

Mass Consensus

 Dundee, Scotland, GBR
BandRockAlternative

Formed in Dundee in mid 2010, Mass Consensus have built up a reputation as an excellent live act and one of the most exciting unsigned bands in Scotland today.
Since forming we have taken our accomplished alternative rock the length and breadth of the country, including opening up for The View on the Scottish leg of their last album tour, supporting the likes of Ocean Colour Scene and receiving airplay on BBC Radio 1.

Biography

Mass Consensus are an alternative rock band from Dundee. We feature Marco Barresi (vox, guitar, keys), Jamie Brown (bass), Scotty Russell (guitar, vox), Calum Cummins (saxophone, guitar, keys) and Scotty Anderson (drums). The band have an eclectic sound which draws on influences from the heavier end of the musical spectrum, such as Queens of the Stone Age and Radiohead through to the likes of Frank Zappa and Fleetwood Mac. These wide ranging influences are bound together with a mixture of competent musicianship and a desire not to take ourselves too seriously. With a musical arsenal which takes in screaming guitar solos, thunderous bass and drums, honking sax and a strong lead vocal all executed with great style and verve we are an excellent, tight and entertaining live act.
We have been working extremely hard over the past year recording and self producing our debut album which we are releasing in September followed by a UK tour in October. Owen Morris (Oasis producer) is a Mass Consensus "super fan" and has recently recommended us to the management company that manage Owen himself. In his own words, "Mass Consensus can speed past any producer because what they are in the middle of self producing is a pathway to heaven. They are the ideal band for any record label to snatch as they are second to none and one of the very few unique bands there is left in this world of commercial chaos".

Discography

Please check the video section on here for a sneak preview of our brand new video for the forth coming single "Going Postal".