Weaving frenetic electronic compositions, inspired by the desperation that lost love and spurned passion provokes, Duologue are the emerging five-piece noise project with an underground sound.
Meeting at university, Tim Digby-Bell and Toby Leeming first began making music in their bedroom to kill some spare time in between classes. Recruiting fellow band members Toby Lee and Seb Dilleyston, interest in the obscure sound of Duologue began to gain momentum within their social circles. Building in confidence the lads decided to take things to the next level, writing, mixing and producing a debut album entirely by themselves. Touted as this year’s most exciting band by music guru Steve Lamacq, the chaps are currently working their way across the country playing a series of intimate gigs.
With progressive rhythms layered over steady and infectious beats, the pulse of Duologue’s music throbs to a brutal crescendo with each live track they thrash. Guitars, synths, bass, strings and haunting, heart-wrenching vocals haphazardly collide at a fast and furious pace.
i-D Online headed dow to Corsica Studios for a live session with the band ahead of their support gig with Matthew Dear.