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Undiscovered | #004

 
 

The latest instalment in our Undiscovered Series features some of the most exciting young artists and composers in music today: Paddy Conn, Henry White & Nathan Feddo, James Dexterous and Dialate.

It’s our most ambitious collection yet, and covers genres as diverse as dream pop and drum and bass.

 

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Paddy Conn

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Henry White & Nathan Feddo

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Paddy has had a real passion for music from a young age which started with recording lo-fi 'bedroom demos' on a tape recorder at the age of eleven.

He has been writing and recording music professionally since the age of 24 being part of the 4 piece Irish indie electro pop band 'Kowalski' who have toured the UK, Europe and Ireland extensively with bands such as Two Door Cinema Club, Alt - J and Snow Patrol.

 

Hailing from a small market town in rural North Yorkshire, Henry and Nathan’s first musical experiences came through raiding their brothers’ extensive cassette tape collections.

After spending their teens playing in bands at their local tennis club pavilion they decided to move to London to pursue a musical education. After graduating from the Academy of Contemporary Music and Guildhall School of Music and Drama in 2011 they built a recording studio in Dalston, East London and continued writing music together.

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James Dexterous

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Dialate

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James is a composer of contemporary cinematic music with a blend of original ambient samples and percussion.

He comes from an instrumental background of guitar and piano; classically trained in his formative years and later performing and songwriting with a post-rock band.

 

Daniel Harwood aka Dialate began producing music at the age of 14 and not content with pigeon holing himself with one style he started experimenting across the many different genres of EDM with Dubstep, Electro, Drum and Bass, Fidget, Funk and occasionally writing acoustic material and playing the drums.

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