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"With a clutch of impressive and well-crafted songs under their belt... it wouldn’t be surprising if the pair were one of the bands to break through at this year’s Evo Emerging festival."

Thanks to Eugenie Johnson for reviewing our Head of Steam gig on the 18th April. You can read the words that she wrote about it here:

http://narcmagazine.com/live-review-what-we-call-progress-emiles-telegraphic-transmission-device-therunningchelsea-worry-party-head-of-steam-newcastle-18-04-15/

The beats are simple but not boring, the synths brooding and melancholic and John’s electric guitar adds another, almost indie dimension that separates them slightly from the masses. With a clutch of impressive and well-crafted songs under their belt, including recent single Pack of Cards, it wouldn’t be surprising if the pair were one of the bands to break through at this year’s Evo Emerging festival.

"A sepulchral slice of glitch-pop... It's excellent" - The Crack

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Those lovely people at North East art-culture-film-music magazine, The Crack, have reviewed our new single, Pack of Cards, in the latest issue (April 2015).

Using the magic of the internet I have taken two pictures of the review and joined them together into one convenient whole:


Don't forget you can download it from our Bandcamp.

PRESS

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Hello. We have done some interviews. You can read about our recent single, Pack of Cards, in the Evening Chronicle (local Newcastle paper) here:

http://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/whats-on/music-nightlife-news/what-call-progress-release-new-9015177

You can read me and John talking about ourselves in NARC. Magazine as part of their new doorstep interview series here:

http://narcmagazine.com/doorstep-interview-what-we-call-progress/

UPCOMING GIGS!

Come and see us play live music with guitars and singing and synths and flashy buttons!

We have three gigs coming up in April and May with a host of other local talent and you can find out more about them below.

April 18th, Head of Steam, Newcastle

Matterhorn presents... What We Call Progress, Emile's Telegraphic Transmission Device, therunningchelsea, Worry Party for a night of electronic and experimental pop.

Tickets £4 on the door. Here's how to find Head of Steam:



April 24th, The Globe, Newcastle

ENDLESS WINDOW #2 presents... What We Call Progress, Craig Clark as well as a DJ set.
"After the joy and jubilation of our first event at The Globe, it would have been unthinkable not to plot a return. But what a return this is - two more brilliant local acts, as well as another opening up of the Endless Window vaults." Tickets £3 advance from WeGotTickets. Here's how to find The Globe:



May 23rd, Ernest, Newcastle - Evolution Emerging


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