Monday 13 February 2017

D.M.O sign with Epictronic



D.M.O, formed in 2013, are a three piece band from Basildon, Essex. Their music can be described as Electronic, Alternative and rock. D.M.O signed a record deal with Epictronic in December 2016 and are set to record their debut album with Realsound studios in Italy in August 2017. To celebrate this great event the band have recorded a video announcement for the media and fans:


About D.M.O: The band is comprised of members; Dean M Oldfield (Vocals/Songwriter/Keys), Jack Hollister (Guitar/Bass/Backing Vocals) & Alex Bourner (Drums/Keys). D.M.O have been writing and recording their own music since forming, bringing together a diverse background of influences from musicians including Depeche Mode, Editors & Joy Division and have been featured in a number of both national and international newspapers, online blogs and radio stations including ‘producers pick’ on BBC Introducing Essex. Since forming, the band have regularly performed gigs across the UK and Europe including; Italy, Germany and Switzerland. The band released their debut ep ‘Blacklisted’ in March 2015 which charted in the iTunes top 100 new releases chart in several european countries and the USA. In August 2015 they released ‘Just Love’, a single consisting of two tracks; ‘Just Love’ & ‘Fight For You’. Their most recent release and second EP; ‘Resurrected’ was released in September 2016. D.M.O signed a record deal with Epictronic in December 2016 and are set to record their debut album with Realsound studios in Italy in August 2017.

The band stated: We are very pleased to have signed a recording contract with Epictronic. It has been a lot of hard work to get to this stage and it would’t have been possible if not for the people behind the scenes and of course, our fans and followers. We are really looking forward to working with Carlo Bellotti at Epictronic and also Wahoomi Corvi at Realsound studios to create our debut album in August. It is going to be a lot of work and we are looking forward to the challenge.

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