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French for Cartridge

Powered by Audioscrobbler™French For Cartridge is a London-based band fronted by a male/female duo.
Formed as an attempt to create atonal pop music whilst at Goldsmiths in New Cross, the band released their first album ‘Cases’ to rave reviews in 2006. The album made it to ‘album of the month’ in the renowned Organ fanzine and was picked up by BBC Radio 1, BBC Newcastle, Resonance FM and Pulserated among others. Their track ‘Fooling Around’ was chosen by Rob Da Bank for the Radio 1 Best of Unsigned Podcast and featured in the top half of the Dandelion Radio Peel Festive Fifty.

French For Cartridge has appeared at festivals in England and abroad and played venues such as Luminaire, Barfly, Spitz, 93 Feet East, Macbeth and Bush Hall. Recently the band recorded new tracks for a Dandelion Radio session and they are now working on the follow-up album to be released in October 2009.

The first single 'Oooh!' was out on Dinner With Daisy Records on 7'' and digital download with 'Picture Negative' as the AA side. The songs have been mixed and mastered by Husky Hoskulds and the video for Oooh! was made by artist Riccardo Arena.

Oh, and the name? The band takes its name from its side project (‘une cartouche’ - which is French for cartridge) which in turn took its name from what the band used to be called.

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