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The new Cinephile website is now online:

posted 7 years ago
Kenny Inglis and Susan Wallace are Cinephile. Formed in 2002, the Glasgow duo are attracting a growing army of fans from around the globe.

Cinephile's sound has set them apart from their peers. It's a sound that crosses multiple genres yet retains a common thread. Impossible to pigeon-hole, the band flirt sonically with everything from minimal electronica to industrial and everything in between.

A preference for minor keys and downtempo arrangements has often drawn comparisons to artists such as Massive Attack and Portishead but this band treads a different path. There's an overwhelming sense of a story unfolding within the heavy cinematic slant which threads it's way through every song. This is visual music.

Firmly independent, the band have put out five self releases to date. The most recent release is the three track 'Medusa' single (28/09/09).

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JF (level 24) wrote:
"Somewhere Nowhere," a lovely down tempo tune. Susan Wallace's voice is so soothing. Regards....JF
7 years ago
Cinephile wrote:
New upload 'Somewhere Nowhere' now online. It's an old track, written in 2002, which appeared on the limited edition Comatose EP. Enjoy....
7 years ago
bene (level 23) wrote:
Thanks for the new song!
7 years ago
faberex (level 43) wrote:
finally a new song i waited it for so long
7 years ago
Cinephile wrote:
Thanks, everyone. Much appreciated.
7 years ago
DiscFrisker (level 27) wrote:
MORE ... !!!!

much respect
7 years ago
mizter (level 10) wrote:
fantastic music, really inspiring. This is the stuff that as a musician I would die to participate in, keep the good work guys :)
7 years ago
Meroe13 (level 24) wrote:
I love comatose and memento - thank you for sharing on t61!
7 years ago
TommiSt (level 34) wrote:
I agree with zenfira. Memento is great!
7 years ago
zenfira (level 38) wrote:
Memento is so amazing! Knocked me flat!
7 years ago
rafaelbrandao (level 33) wrote:
You're awesome! I would love to discover one of your songs. :)
7 years ago
pincenez23 (level 23) wrote:
I'm pretty much in love with you guys. I must have listened to What Becomes of Us fifty kajillion times in a row. Makes me all emotional inside. . .
7 years ago
CaseyFallenListenerPage (level 25) wrote:
Amazing! Love Delicate times! Hope to be lucky enough to play a show with you all one day! MAX hearts!
7 years ago
darcyb (level 4) wrote:
I wish to hear Comatose in a movie, or maybe in a Silent Hill game!
7 years ago
darcyb (level 4) wrote:
Delicate Times really moved me. I hope I understand it: Playful gestures in a context of a difficult recent memory, mixed with longing.
7 years ago
eno (level 30) wrote:
"Medusa" is freakin good:)
7 years ago
noize2u (level 33) wrote:
Just discovered you here. I'll be back to listen to the other tracks soon. Very entrancing piece with Delicate Times. Really let my mind wander off while listening to that one.

Thanx for the great music indeed.
7 years ago
rafaelbrandao (level 33) wrote:
This is so amazing, thanks for sharing it here! :)
7 years ago
Wishful (level 38) wrote:
Cool!! :>)
7 years ago
bene (level 23) wrote:
Medusa rocks.
7 years ago