Cut Copy

Cut Copy is a synthpop band framed in 2001 in Melbourne, Australia, and made up of Dan Whitford (lead vocals/keys/guitar), Tim Hoey (bass/guitar), Mitchell Scott (drums) and Ben Browning (bass/synthesizer), Bennett Foddy being a previous part. Their sound is much in the vein of craftsmen, for example, Daft Punk, drawing extensive impact from more seasoned groups, for example, New Order, Electric Light Orchestra and Kraftwerk.

Cut Copy is a synthpop band framed in 2001 in Melbourne, Australia, and made up of Dan Whitford (lead vocals/keys/guitar), Tim Hoey (bass/guitar), Mitchell Scott (drums) and Ben Browning (bass/synthesizer), Bennett Foddy being a previous part. Their sound is much in the vein of craftsmen, for example, Daft Punk, drawing extensive impact from more seasoned groups, for example, New Order, Electric Light Orchestra and Kraftwerk.

It started in 2001 as the undertaking for Dan Whitford. In 2003, Whitford enrolled a band, and in 2005 visited universally just because, visiting London, New York and Los Angeles. They have played with global acts Franz Ferdinand, TV on the Radio, Pretty Girls Make Graves and Junior Senior, among others. Cut Copy is marked to the record name Modular in Sydney.

In 2004, Cut Copy discharged their presentation collection Bright Like Neon Love. The music is composed and created by frontman Dan Whitford, who is additionally a visual planner and DJ. Cut Copy discharged three singles from this collection: “Saturdays,” “Future,” and “Going Nowhere.”

They additionally discharged a Fabriclive collection including a blend of a few synth/retro/elektropop melodies such as MSTRKRFT and New Young Pony Club.

Their subsequent collection, In Ghost Colors, was discharged in 2008. Four singles were issued: “So Haunted,” “Hearts on Fire,” “Lights and Music,” and “Far Away.”

In 2011, Cut Copy discharged their third collection, Zonoscope, which incorporated the singles “Where I’m Going,” “Take Me Over,” and “Need You Now.” Zonoscope denoted the expansion of bassist and synthesist Ben Browning to the Cut Copy lineup, making the gathering a four-piece. Sautéing had recently bolstered the band as a visiting performer all through the In Ghost Colors Tour.

Cut Copy is a synthpop band framed in 2001 in Melbourne, Australia, and made up of Dan Whitford (lead vocals/keys/guitar), Tim Hoey (bass/guitar), Mitchell Scott (drums) and Ben Browning (bass/synthesizer), Bennett Foddy being a previous part. Their sound is much in the vein of craftsmen, for example, Daft Punk, drawing extensive impact from more seasoned groups, for example, New Order, Electric Light Orchestra and Kraftwerk.

It started in 2001 as the undertaking for Dan Whitford. In 2003, Whitford enrolled a band, and in 2005 visited universally just because, visiting London, New York and Los Angeles. They have played with global acts Franz Ferdinand, TV on the Radio, Pretty Girls Make Graves and Junior Senior, among others. Cut Copy is marked to the record name Modular in Sydney.

In 2004, Cut Copy discharged their presentation collection Bright Like Neon Love. The music is composed and created by frontman Dan Whitford, who is additionally a visual planner and DJ. Cut Copy discharged three singles from this collection: “Saturdays,” “Future,” and “Going Nowhere.”

They additionally discharged a Fabriclive collection including a blend of a few synth/retro/elektropop melodies such as MSTRKRFT and New Young Pony Club.

Their subsequent collection, In Ghost Colors, was discharged in 2008. Four singles were issued: “So Haunted,” “Hearts on Fire,” “Lights and Music,” and “Far Away.”

In 2011, Cut Copy discharged their third collection, Zonoscope, which incorporated the singles “Where I’m Going,” “Take Me Over,” and “Need You Now.” Zonoscope denoted the expansion of bassist and synthesist Ben Browning to the Cut Copy lineup, making the gathering a four-piece. Sautéing had recently bolstered the band as a visiting performer all through the In Ghost Colors Tour.