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One Unique Signal at Under The Arches (in photos)

Events One Unique Signal Photos Under The Arches

Anyone at London Fields Brewhouse on May 7th for our last Under The Arches will agree that One Unique Signal put on a pretty special live show. Their industrial psych is a hypnotic assault of psychedelic, kraut and post-rock tendencies. Check out the photos from the show below. Their performance came after Fuzz Club released their incredible LP 'Hoopsnake', a collaboration between the three core band members and 20 of their contemporaries, including The Oscillation’s Damian Castellanos and Steven Lawrie of The Telescopes. You can still get the record on vinyl, cassette and CD on our store.      

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Stream One Unique Signal's New Collaboration LP, Hoopsnake

Fuzz Club Releases Listen One Unique Signal

The third album from experimental UK noise masters One Unique Signal, Hoopsnake, is a collaboration between the three core band members and 20 of their contemporaries, including The Oscillation’s Damian Castellanos and Steven Lawrie of The Telescopes, who all produced music inspired by a single riff. The riff was born from a repetitious loop originating from the sessions for their previous LP, the Sonic Boom mastered Aether. The band then recorded two versions of it (one a loud, guitar-driven take, the second a softer synth passage) and shared it with friends and collaborators, inviting each artist to create a corresponding...

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One Unique Signal Share "HSO4", the Majestic Single From New LP Hoopsnake

Fuzz Club Releases One Unique Signal UK

One Unique Signal have shared 'HSO4' the closing track from their new album Hoopsnake. The third album from the experimental noise masters, Hoopsnake is a collaboration between the three core band members and 20 of their contemporaries, including The Oscillation’s Demian Castellanos and Steven Lawrie of The Telescopes, who all produced music inspired by a single riff.The riff was born from a repetitious loop originating from the sessions for their previous LP, the Sonic Boom mastered Aether. The band then recorded two versions of it (one a loud, guitar-driven take, the second a softer synth passage) and shared it with friends and collaborators,...

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