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Talking to an indie-dance band from the south coast, who peddle an exciting brand of pop that matches brain to boogie
Written by Ian Steadman
Hailing from Brighton, :Kinema: (yes, those colons are an intentional and integral part of the band's name) haven't been around for long but have already managed to put out a series of warm and smart poptacular indie tracks that insist - nay, demand - a trip to the dancefloor. I dropped lead singer Dominic a line to find out more about them, and he cheerfully responded to my questions with admirable depth and dedication. Nice one, Dominic. Let's take it away:
Hello there. Can you introduce yourselves and the rest of the band?
Dominic Ashton, singer, at your service, then we also have Ross Flight on Keytar and synths and on guitar Andy James Nelson.
Lovely. Describe yourselves and the music you make for us.
Musically the phrase 'Dancefloor Romance' feels right. In more familiar terms you could say we are a soulful, electronic pop band.
Interesting self-description there, 'dancefloor romance' - that's a phrase that really reminds me of Franz Ferdinand's declaration that they wanted to make 'music that girls can dance to'. They were at… read more