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Phase: HMV

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Phase is celebrating the 10th anniversary of In Consequence's recording with the release of 2 CD versions and a party/in store performance @ HMV Newcastle. Although the CD's won't be sold prior to that, they will be available for pre-order for people outside the UK through www.phase.org.uk.

 

Despite its initial underground release, In Consequence managed to grab listeners' and critics' attention alike, to the bands surprise to a great extend as they never expected something they've recorded with virtually no budget at all, driven mainly by their passion, would bring them a cult underground status and following, the respect of well established artists and key people in the music industry, gigs in a radius they couldn't even dream of, and very good relative recognition. Fast forward ten years later, the band that’s stronger and more productive than ever, is determined to set things right for In Consequence, with a proper release that will do the album, and the love that has been put in it, justice.

 

Phase debuted in 2009 with their digital single Perdition which would later be released under Microsoft’s “Playlist Seven” campaign to promote Windows 7, and was followed by two full-length albums – ‘In Consequence’ and ‘the Wait’. They got noticed by Tom Robinson and aired on his show on BBC6 music, while they've featured in Billboard, having #42 in the ‘Uncharted’ chart and as #12 in the ‘Fastest Rising Act’ chart. From all the safe territories in the world, Phase has performed in Syria, and are said to be the second international rock act, after the Gorillaz, ever to play there. The band has shared stages with various artists some of which had some evident impact on their style like Anneke van Giersbergen, Danny Cavanagh, Sivert Hoyem (Mardugada), Jeff Martin (The Tea Party), The Twilight Sad, Antimatter and more. As of today, they are on their signwriting retreat in Newcastle upon Tyne aiming to the release of their third album.

Essential Details

Duration:

18th September 2019

Venue Details
HMV is the UK and Ireland's leading specialist retailer of Music, DVD/Video, Computer Games and Related Products.   HMV's very first store was officially opened in July 1921 by the celebrated British composer, Sir Edward Elgar on London's Oxford St...

Contact:

0191 230 0626

hmv.com

56 Northumberland Street
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 7AE

Opening Hours:

Monday 9:00am - 8:00pm
Tuesday 9:00am - 8:00pm
Wednesday 9:00am - 8:00pm
Thursday 9:00am - 8:00pm
Friday 9:00am - 8:00pm
Saturday 9:00am - 7:00pm
Sunday 11:00am - 5:00pm


 

Booking

Doors open: 17:30

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