For Anno Domini it all started in 1977....

Who are they?

 

Andy Dundas

Instruments: 

Synths, Drums, Piano, Chiefly a Korg Kronos 

Musical influences:  

Pink Floyd, Jean Michel Jarre , The Sisters of Mercy

The Pet Shop Boys 

 

Richard Massara

Instruments: 

Synths (hard and soft), Guitar, Theremin

Musical influences:  

OMD, Erasure (Vince Clarke is a Genius), Jean Michel Jarre, Depeche Mode

Present

Since 2003, under the guidance of Manic Records UK, the Band have released a string of albums and singles. Sales in Europe, have proved strong, but they are also successful in the far East, Scandinavia and Russia. More recently their music has been used for media work, including John Lewis in the UK and installation music in some of the top UK museums.

Future

A new release is never far away. The band also are looking for new avenues for inspiration.

1977

The band members first meet (as neighbours)

 

1980s

The arrival of Midi

1989 

The arrival of samplers 

1991

The Destruction of Time Concerts

1992 

Prospects 92 Tour 

 

1994 

Progressions Album recorded / released

2003 

Signed to Manic Records UK (www.manic-records.co.uk

 

2005 

New recordings 

 

2007 

Released Revival album 

 

2010 

Re-release of Progressions album 

Overture album released 

 

2012 

Synth Drive single released 

 

2013 

Relaunch of website, social media taken up 

Parallel album released

 

2014

Work commenced on new album

Recording and writing

 

2016

Parallel Trance Mix single released

2017

Vulcan album released

2019

One Day In May (Watford FC) single released

Listen to the latest release

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