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The Whip
The Whip


Background information
Origin Oldham, England
Genre(s) Indie Rock
Dance-punk
Electro House
Years active 2006—present
Label(s) Razor & Tie Music Records
Kitsuné Music
Southern Fried Records
Website Website
Members
Fiona "Lil Fee" Daniel
Nathan Sudders
Bruce Carter



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The Whip are a band whose founding members Bruce Carter and Danny Saville come from Oldham, Greater Manchester, England formed in 2006. The rhythm section is Nathan Sudders (bass) and Fiona "Li'l Fee" Daniel (drums), who was previously in Colne based band Earl. The band’s debut album, "X Marks Destination", produced by Jim Abbiss, was released on Southern Fried Records on March 24, 2008. They have released several singles on record labels such as Kitsuné. Their tracks "Trash" and "Divebomb" were featured on the Kitsune Maison Compilations 3 and 4 respectively. They have also been commissioned to do remixes for bands such as Editors, Hadouken! and The Courteeners track "Fallowfield Hillbilly". Their track, "Muzzle #1", appears in the soundtrack for the FIFA 09 video game.


Albums
X Marks Destination (2008)


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News

The Whip, Dan Black Set For New Global Gathering Live Stage

April 21, 2009
The Whip and Dan Black are among the artists set to perform on a new live stage at this year’s Global Gathering festival. Sneaky Sound System, Tommy Sparks and Frankmusik are also scheduled to appear on the Tuborg stage.  Read more 

The Whip Hit Glasto With A Double Set

June 30, 2008
The Whip took time out to talk to Gigwise about their favourite festival today, fresh from a high energy set on the John Peel stage at the earlier-than-scheduled time of 1pm. The Mancunian four-piece whipped up considerable excitement from the crowd, despite the fact that most punters were looking slightly fatigued due to it being relatively early on the third and last day of music and sun-drenched revelry.  Read more 

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