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Delphic, Tabernacle, W11

Delphic, Tabernacle, W11

Mutant children of Kraftwerk and New Order hit the mainstream

The Manchester Oracle
Early yesterday evening on that bastion of biting cultural analysis The One Show,  Andy McCluskey of Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark was reflecting on how his band was inspired by German techno-wizards Kraftwerk. If OMD were the children of Florian Schneider und co, then Delphic, led by another singing bassist James Cook, must be the grandchildren.

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