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Through Silence, Anonymous Tip & The Departure

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Forming in the suburban town of Crawley nearly 2 years agp, Through Silence wasted little time in making big and bold impressions on the UKs music scene. By the summer of 2002 - a mere four months into their life as a band - the word had spread across the Atlantic, and the quartet secured a deal with USA based management daddies Freeze (Glassjaw, Vex Red)

Nationwide support slots with the likes of The Used, Boysetsfire, Death By Stereo, Number One Son, Hot Water Music, and Skindred soon followed. The band have also been featured in Rocksound magazines Exposure section and most recently an On the Road tour interview piece. In a further example of Through Silences mass appeal, the bands debut single (released March 2003 through BSM Recordings) was soon A-listed on Total Rock Radio. Most recently, Through Silence were also featured on the PRPs prestigious Learning Curve section, a much coveted piece of international exposure reserved for only the finest UK acts.

The story of Through Silence so far is one of a rapid rise, and this is only the beginning, so strap in, hold tight, and watch them soar.


Sublime, Alkaline Trio, Snuff, Green Day,Foo Fighters, Nofx, Strung Out and Suicide Machines are who inspired 4 teenagers from south london to form Anonymous Tip, a high-octane four piece punk band. The band has always loved fast-paced punk music, and wants desperately to push it forward adding something special of their own. The band feel disenfranchised from the current popular radio culture in the UK - this has left them out to make a name for themselves on their own terms as a group of friends, writing their own songs as a co-operative that they are proud to play and perform.

No replicated, soulless vessels set to exploit the public, just intense, no frills punk shenanigans with the soul purpose to make a positive difference within a boring music scene.

The band sent a copy of their CD to Snuff the greatest UK punk band to see primarily if they liked it, and perhaps to give them some tips on Mixing or any advice at all. It turned out that Snuff did like the CD, and in fact invited the band to be the first on their new label, called 10 past10 Records. (Snuff are on 10 Past12 Records)


dunno much about them at the mo but more details to follow....




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