:PAPERCUTZ’s dark and exotic electronic pop encloses layered folk choral vocals, minimalist synth motifs, atmospheric textures and urban beats. Celebrated by the likes of The Fader and XLR8R with airplay from UK's BBC Music to Japan's FM Kobe. Festival appearances include Exit Festival, SXSW, Eurosonic, Liverpool Soundcity, Further Future, Waves Vienna, Red Bull Music Festival NYC, among many others.
The group lead by Bruno Miguel has returned to touring throughout Europe after an hiatus to record their upcoming new album ‘King Ruiner’ featuring singers from Portugal, Germany and Japan and whose songs they're debuting live.
"Beautiful and unsettling music." - The Fader
"Characteristically creating pop music that is both cruel and beautiful, otherworldly and organic." - DUMMY Magazine
"Sonic equivalent of a ghost story told around a campfire." - Prefix Magazine
"Dreamy bedroom pop." - XLR8R
"The music of producer/songwriter Bruno Miguel mixes the electronic and the organic in a way that’s intimate and intricate. There’s a poetry to it that speaks of complex natural processes" - MTV Iggy
"Beautiful sounds" - BBC Introducing
"Otherworldly pop... destined for inclusion on the soundtrack to a very cool movie about five years from now" - AOL Radio
"Cruel beauty" - Impose Magazine
"Dark, near-industrial dance groove and singing that oscillates between angelic whispers and vocal manipulations" - Refinery29
"Approved: Glacial cool..." - CMU Music Network
"Ominous sonics and thick atmospherics." XLR8R
"Shoegazing, electronic pop dream taken to a whole new level" - No Fear Of Pop
"Beautifully blends acoustic and electronic instrumentation with gorgeous melodies, vocals, and ambient sounds. They’ve produced extraordinary remixes, along with incredible originals." - InYourSpeakers
Brian Eno, Björk, Kate Bush, David Sylvian, Tangerine Dream, Philip Glass, Steve Reich, Ryuichi Sakamoto and Claude Debusy.