The Physics House Band are:
Adam Hutchison: Bass Guitar, Electric Guitar, Piano, Keyboards, Synthesizers, Bass Synthesizer, Sound Manipulation
Sam Organ: Electric Guitar, Piano, Keyboards, Synthesizers, Organ, Harmonium, Drum Machine, Slide Guitar, Sound Manipulation
Dave Morgan: Drums
The Physics House Band would like to thank:
Simon Morley, Luke O’Brien, Andy Crowder, Charlotte Bourke, Musical Mathematics, Alex Murray, Ade Dovey, James McKeown, Todd Jordan and everyone at One Inch Badge, Julian Deane & everyone at Raygun Music, Dave Lynch, Joe Pickering, Chris Tomsett, Debbie Clare & everyone at the Little Big Music Agency, James Kendall, Kenny McCracken, Source Magazine, everybody at Pink Mist, Sally & The Sticky Mikes Frog Bar crew, Brighton Noise, Ondra Loup, Emma Jeffery, Nathan Stuart, Tom Leggett and all of our friends and family! Special thanks to our manager David Gillespie who made this all possible.
All tracks composed and performed by The Physics House Band
Produced by Dave Lynch and The Physics House Band
Recorded at Bat Box Studio with Dave Lynch and Brighton Acoustic Studio with Joe Pickering
supported by 67 fans who also own “Horizons / Rapture”
One review called this "a masterpiece"...well,no...not really...that's a terrible poison chalice to saddle any new band with. Some people have also called this 'math rock'...well,if that means precise rhythms,breakneck unison playing and eccentric time signatures (the drummer sometimes sounds like a rock-drill on steroids),then that would have been a term to apply to the Mahavishnu Orchestra or,indeed,Troyka...another review called this "like nothing you've ever heard"...well,no...
No,this is a very good workout with some interesting ideas but they can be repetitive without a sense of development,I think. It actually works better when it slows down a bit and takes a breath and becomes less autistic...
Technically very challenging but emotionally a little arid in places. It is a rewarding listen but this band have a lot more development in the tank and don't need the over-hype...