We make angry, shouty feminist pop music in Scotland!
NEW EP OUT 27.07.18
Our New Single, ‘Pieces’: https://spinnup.lnk.to/Pieces 'Gloria' Music Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ord5nRgabGY Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/chuchoter Website: chuchotermusic.com
Twitter: twitter.com/Chuchotermusic Instagram: instagram.com/chuchotermusic/
Emerging from Edinburgh’s underground, electronic duo Chuchoter blend gripping pop vocal melodies with precise, striking synthesis. Inspired by a mix of modern pop and disco, their deep-soul vocals, strong, self-assured lyrics and dirty production create a fresh sound with a club focus. Hailing from rural Aberdeenshire they grew up on James Taylor, The Smiths and Hall and Oates, but have strayed far from their original influences, now leaning towards artists such as Bossy Love, Shamir, Chvrches and Jamie xx. The band is a qualified pop effort made up of vocalist Emily Smith and producer Owen McAllister. Having both studied Music at the University of Edinburgh their goal is to create pop music that is both accessible and stimulating. Emily has just graduated and Owen is now a freelance audio engineer in Edinburgh. Having self-released a debut EP and played a plethora of shows, (including impressive supports slots for Kllo, Wyvern Lingo, and Scarlet) the band is now moving on to release their second EP ahead of their Friday slot at Electric Fields 2018. Their single, “Pieces,” is a dramatic showcase of the group’s compositional ability: climactic and driven, whilst maintaining its subtleties. The song combines a reminiscent citation of retro synthesis, coupled with aspects of glitch music. The track is consistently sonically interesting, without sacrificing any of its emotive drive, resulting in an anthemic single that has something for everyone from electronic music buffs to fans of center-field pop music. With various upcoming shows and the final EP release, Chuchoter prove themselves a promising Scottish newcomer, and one to watch in 2018.
The Skinny Review of live performance with Australian electronic duo KLLO: http://www.theskinny.co.uk/music/live-music/reviews/kllo-sneaky- pete-s-edinburgh-28-nov
"With eclectic songs, bags of confidence and an effortless stage presence beyond their years, Chuchoter are ones to watch. It seems undeniable that we'll see many more entrancing musical ventures from [Chuchoter], but in the meantime [they] need to be witnessed live."
The Skinny Premier of our Single 'Pieces': http://www.theskinny.co.uk/music/new-music/chuchoter-pieces-track- premiere
Spinnup Introducing: Chuchoter
'The Edinburgh based duo immediately caught out attention late last year with their debut Spinnup release, ‘Pieces‘, a buzz-worthy electronic jam packed with disco-pop synths and catchy melodies.' ‘'‘Pieces’ is an incredible track, so many layers and moving parts.'
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