Synthmachine are the best 80s Electronic tribute band in the Midlands, priding themselves on getting that authentic 80s electronic/synthesizer sound, playing covers of songs by Depeche Mode, New Order, the Human League, OMD, Kraftwerk, Tears For Fears, A-Ha and many more...
Ideal for 50th birthday parties, weddings, school reunions etc. A truly fantastic night is assured when you book Synthmachine for your event
Services From Synthmachine
3 Piece Band - Upto 2 Hours
Please, describe your act or business in on sentence:
80's Electronic Covers Band
What are the highlights of your career?
Supporting the legendary Dr Feelgood at the Music At The Crossroads Festival, Hook Norton
What is your competitive advantage (special features)?
There's nobody else doing what we do in the midlands - we are unique
What kind of events do you usually serve?
50th Birthday Parties, Weddings, School Reunions
Who are your previous clients?
Enterlude Events, Freak Music, Hook Norton Beer festival, Daxtonbury Festival
How long do you play for?
Usually anything up to 2 x 1 hour sets with a short break
Do you have your own PA and lighting?
Yes - we have a full PA, suitable for any indoor event, and DMX controlled lighting
Do you have Public Liability Insurance and PAT tested equipment?
Yes, we are insured through Insure4Music and our equipment is fully PAT tested
How much space do you require?
Not that much really - we don't have a drum kit, which helps a bit, but there are 3 of us with keyboards, so it needs to be reasonably sensible - minimum of around 15 metres square
My favourite tune is not on your list. Will you be able to play it?
It takes a long time to build songs for the genre we play, so we are certainly willing to give anything a try, but we would need plenty of notice
How many breaks do you take? How long are they?
Usually just the 1 break, of at least 15 minutes
This is a typical Synthmachine set list:
Are Friends Electric - Gary Numan
West End Girls - Pet Shop Boys
Stop! - Erasure
Electric Dreams - Phil Oakey & Giorgio Moroder
1999 - Prince
Sound Of The Crowd - The Human League
The Model - Kraftwerk
Enola Gay - OMD
True Faith - New Order
Master & Servant - Depeche Mode
Vienna - Ultravox
Don't Go - Yazoo
Blue Monday - New Order
It's A Sin - Pet Shop Boys
Cars - Gary Numan
Relax - Frankie Goes To Hollywood
Sweet Dreams - Eurythmics
Take On Me - A-ha
Don't You Want Me Baby - The Human League
Don't Leave Me This Way - The Communards
Just Can't Get Enough - Depeche Mode
Tainted Love - Soft Cell
Shout - Tears For Fears