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'They combine aspects of folk, dream pop and the blues together to create a sound that’s both hauntingly melodic yet a little dirty at the same time.' ManGoneBlog Quite appropriately ‘The Science of the Lamps’ was discovered by Kaya in an off the beaten track restaurant in the fairytale darkness of the city of Prague in December 2010, she just didn’t know what it was yet. Since then, the experiment has gradually been hypothesized and carried out in uncontrolled environments in collaboration with Liverpool & international talent such as, Grethe Borsum, Luke Moore, Mark Brockelsby, Grammy Award winner Greta Svabo Bech and many others. Their inspiration comes from vaudeville, visual art, early Hollywood movie scores, Nordicana, wine, flamenco, trip-hop, music boxes, Paris and whiskey bars. In late 2012 at St George’s Hall, Science of The Lamps performed for world famous actor Stephen Graham as part of his “Coming Home” ‘In Conversation’ event by Little Atom. Their rendition of Stephen’s favourite song (Pink Floyd’s ‘Wish You Were Here) was spontaneously described as “Beautiful” by the star. Other experiences since their May 11 live debut include festivals and gigs in Norway, France and the UK They have been gigging since their appropriate first performance at Liverpool Light Night in May spanning from festivals in Norway and Standon Calling, Matthew Street Fringe Festival, Sound City, PARK plus gigs at Studio2 Parr Street and in front/on the cinema screen at the CUC Cinema and the Kazimier Box Social (Party like it's 1899) Contact us: band@thescienceofthelamps.com thescienceofthelamps.com & twitter.com/Lampscientists
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Genres:
Blues And Whiskey
Band Members:
Emily Jackson - Marvellous multi-talented high harmoniumess, Ellie Major - Majorly elemental and also sings in minor, Jake Orritt: Bass and guitars, Jodie Schofield - Quirky singer and wearer of fab hats, Amy Freeman - super effective multi talent and craft queen, Luke Hodgkinson - guitar greatness and wannabe Norwegian, Ane Emma Herstad - sister and harmony, Ben Power - Twiddler of knobs - visual wizard, Kaya - SingerSongwriter Ac El Guitarist and abuser of keyboards, Muzz McDermott-Long - Special Irish Singer Siren, Mersey Wylie - songstress and Aussie scouser extraordinaire, Jan Ross - vocal wonder from Wirral, Ex scientist on first EP: GretaCore - SingerSongwriterGuitaristsKeyboardistphoto capturer, Luke Moore - string genious cellist and experiental on glockenspiel and other piano like instruments, Paul Reay - Bass Pirate, Helen Maher - Queen of accordions, Jazamin Sinclair - Art queen, Mark Brocklesby - beater of all things percussive and producer of EP, Siobhan McGuickan - Melodic mini madam, Ben Stafford - piano drama adder
Hometown:
Liverpool, United Kingdom

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About <:: The Science of the Lamps ::>

'They combine aspects of folk, dream pop and the blues together to create a sound that’s both hauntingly melodic yet a little dirty at the same time.' ManGoneBlog Quite appropriately ‘The Science of the Lamps’ was discovered by Kaya in an off the beaten track restaurant in the fairytale darkness of the city of Prague in December 2010, she just didn’t know what it was yet. Since then, the experiment has gradually been hypothesized and carried out in uncontrolled environments in collaboration with Liverpool & international talent such as, Grethe Borsum, Luke Moore, Mark Brockelsby, Grammy Award winner Greta Svabo Bech and many others. Their inspiration comes from vaudeville, visual art, early Hollywood movie scores, Nordicana, wine, flamenco, trip-hop, music boxes, Paris and whiskey bars. In late 2012 at St George’s Hall, Science of The Lamps performed for world famous actor Stephen Graham as part of his “Coming Home” ‘In Conversation’ event by Little Atom. Their rendition of Stephen’s favourite song (Pink Floyd’s ‘Wish You Were Here) was spontaneously described as “Beautiful” by the star. Other experiences since their May 11 live debut include festivals and gigs in Norway, France and the UK They have been gigging since their appropriate first performance at Liverpool Light Night in May spanning from festivals in Norway and Standon Calling, Matthew Street Fringe Festival, Sound City, PARK plus gigs at Studio2 Parr Street and in front/on the cinema screen at the CUC Cinema and the Kazimier Box Social (Party like it's 1899) Contact us: band@thescienceofthelamps.com thescienceofthelamps.com & twitter.com/Lampscientists
Show More
Genres:
Blues And Whiskey
Band Members:
Emily Jackson - Marvellous multi-talented high harmoniumess, Ellie Major - Majorly elemental and also sings in minor, Jake Orritt: Bass and guitars, Jodie Schofield - Quirky singer and wearer of fab hats, Amy Freeman - super effective multi talent and craft queen, Luke Hodgkinson - guitar greatness and wannabe Norwegian, Ane Emma Herstad - sister and harmony, Ben Power - Twiddler of knobs - visual wizard, Kaya - SingerSongwriter Ac El Guitarist and abuser of keyboards, Muzz McDermott-Long - Special Irish Singer Siren, Mersey Wylie - songstress and Aussie scouser extraordinaire, Jan Ross - vocal wonder from Wirral, Ex scientist on first EP: GretaCore - SingerSongwriterGuitaristsKeyboardistphoto capturer, Luke Moore - string genious cellist and experiental on glockenspiel and other piano like instruments, Paul Reay - Bass Pirate, Helen Maher - Queen of accordions, Jazamin Sinclair - Art queen, Mark Brocklesby - beater of all things percussive and producer of EP, Siobhan McGuickan - Melodic mini madam, Ben Stafford - piano drama adder
Hometown:
Liverpool, United Kingdom

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