By a future without
On 13, Mar 2013 | In Artists | By a future without
achilles. are an instrumental out fit hailing from Shaftesbury in Dorset, best known to date,
for epic live performances of their own brand of rhythm fuelled post-rock.
In 2009 they won the Dorset Unsigned Music Awards and gained high praise from Rob Da Bank and Hugh Stevens, with both DJs choosing to play them on Radio One, Tom Robinson was quick to introduce them on his BBC Radio 6 show. They have collaborated with Florence and the Machine harpist Tom Monger and Alusha Chagrin, (Shlomo’s Vocal Orchestra, the Boxettes).
“achilles are a unique and inspiring band, i fell very honoured to have worked with them” Tom Monger – Florence and the Machine
“Lovely melodies, tight arrangements and groovy as hell, more bands like achilles please” Sneaky - Fingathing
“The band who openned the main stage at Camp Bestival, and they were very good indeed!” Hugh Stevens - Radio One
“all I wanted to do was listen listen because their sound is entrancing it’s a sound with guts… Well honestly one of my highlights: Entrancing exciting consuming!” Paul Bevan – Blissfields Festival