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Melic

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Melic are a four-piece rock band based in London signed to UK label, Beatnik Geek Records. Their sound is derived from an eclectic blend of musicians – fusing a funk-rock bassist, a metal drummer, a classically trained pianist and saxophonist, and a rock singer/song-writer guitarist. Formed in 2008, the band have since recorded three independently released EPs and are shortly about to release their DEBUT ALBUM - all while cutting their teeth on the London live music scene, headlining shows at many of the city’s top venues.

Melic’s single titled ‘ Nowhere I’d Rather Be’ is now on radio waves around the world and was released on iTunes (and all other good online music stores) on 17th February 2012. The EP was produced By Paul Matthews (I Am Giant, Tadpole, Stylus). The official music video for 'Nowhere I'd Rather Be' on YouTube ( www.youtube.com/melicband ).

Melic toured NZ in June 2012 playing Juice Bar (Auckland), Altitude (Hamilton), Dux Live (ChCh), Krazy Jack's (Tauranga) and The Cavern Club (Wellington).

The band won 'Best Overall Band' in the Unsigned Awards UK 2012, run by Play Music Magazine (UK).

Melic have performed with many kiwi bands including Shihad, The Feelers, I Am Giant, Kora, Katchafire etc.

LATEST NEWS: Melic will shortly be announcing the NZ/Aus release date for their debut album 'An Hour To Anywhere' (UK/US/Europe release was 5th August 2013). Follow Melic on Facebook to keep in touch!

Here's what some of the press are saying:

"An Absolute riot live" - TNT Magazine (UK)

"London four-piece Melic successfully blended their diverse musical backgrounds - classical, funk, metal and rock - with the bluesy "Nowhere I'd Rather Be" a particular highlight."
- - The Independent (Cornbury Festival Review).

"A very intriguing young band from London that use their disparate influences to create a very eclectic form of progressive-indie-rock, which is the only way we can describe their very unique sound. Besides being very accomplished musicians, Melic write some great tunes too and they aren’t afraid to experiment".
- - Play Music Pick Up Magazine

"Melic are undoubtedly talented musicians ...The Coal Pit Sessions is nothing short of superb ... It’s hard to find comparisons to Melic’s sound but what is clear is that the sound they achieved is one they intended to. The Coal Pit Sessions is the sound of a band comfortable in their identity and confident in their ability, it will be interesting to hear what this exciting band produce next."
- - Dan Issitt - Aim Low Press / Alter the Press

WWW.MELICBAND.COM

Band Members:
Andrew Coogan (drums)
Mark Hitchcock (vocals, guitar, trumpet)
Steve Hitchcock (bass, vocals)
Romy Attewell (saxophone, keyboards)

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MELIC

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Melic to headline O2 Academy Islington, London - Fri May 30th 2014
Posted: Sat Feb 1, 2014 9:45 am
A big year ahead for the band, including a number of profile shows in London.

Melic's debut album 'An Hour To Anywhere' was released on 1st August 2013. Check it out! www.melicband.com
 

MELIC

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Melic to support The Feelers
Posted: Sun Oct 21, 2012 3:01 am
Melic are supporting The Feelers in London - Nov 2012.

@ Dingwalls - Camden
 

MELIC

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Melic win 'Best Overall Band' in the UK Unsigned Awards 2012, run by Play Music Magazine.
Posted: Sat Jul 7, 2012 5:44 am
Check out the new video for Nowhere I'd Rather Be: www.youtube.com/melicband
 

MELIC

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MELIC TOUR NZ!!! - June 2012
Posted: Thu May 3, 2012 10:41 am
In June this year, Melic FINALLY comes home on a whirlwind tour, bringing their energetic live show to Auckland, Hamilton, Tauranga, Wellington and Christchurch.

The single ‘Nowhere I’d Rather Be’ has been on The Rock FM for the last few months and the official music video is now out on www.youtube.com/melicband

Melic are celebrating the release of their new EP with the ‘Nowhere I’d Rather Be’ NZ Tour, with the following show dates:
3rd June – Krazy Jack’s – TAURANGA
5th June – Dux Live - CHRISTCHURCH
6th June - Cavern Club - WELLINGTON
8th June - Altitude – HAMILTON
9th June - Juice Bar - AUCKLAND

Tickets are on sale at www.undertheradar.co.nz

For more information, check out:
www.melicband.com
www.facebook.com/melicband
www.youtube.com/melicband
 

MELIC

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Melic's brand new single is now on THE ROCK FM!
Posted: Mon Jan 23, 2012 2:21 am

Check out the Off The Record section of The Rock website: www.therock.net.nz

http://www.therock.net.nz/Melic--Nowhere-Id-Rather-Be/tabid/401/articleID/17713/Default.aspx


 

MELIC

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MELIC TO PLAY HOMELANZ FESTIVAL
Posted: Sun Jul 31, 2011 10:52 pm
Melic are playing HOMELANZ Festival in London on August 13th with Katchafire, Ladi 6, Jayson Norris, Sneaky Sound System . . . to name a few.
www.homelanz.co.uk
 

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