The Unabombers

Real Name:
Luke Cowdrey & Justin Crawford

The Unabombers Discography Tracks


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August 5, 2003
Unabombers are Luke Cowdrey & Justin Crawford. As residents and promoters of the Electric Chair the reputation of the Unabombers has grown hand in hand with the success of the club which the pair started together in 1995.

Now one of Manchester's longest running club nights the Electric Chair & the Unabombers have been accorded cult status in the city for their monthly night of madness and mayhem.

Since then the Unabombers have taken their sound around the country's clubs including The Blue Note, Heavenly Social, The 333, Plastic People, Leeds' Hard Times, Birmingham's Que Club, Manchester's Hacienda, Bugged Out, Cork's Telefunkin, Glasgow's Wax Lyrical, Brighton's Vibes Express as well as the In The City music festival, Homelands and T-In-The-Park.

Central to the sound of this underground Manchester club is the open minded music policy of the Unabombers which has been variously described as "free style" & "northern sulphuric soul".

Their sets are characterised by a flow through genres: hip hop, disco, deep house & beyond; making links between quality music with a rich vein of funk!

In 2001 the Unabombers released their first mix album 'Basement Soul Music' to great acclaim. A collection featuring classic Electric Chair anthems such as Donna Summer's 'I Feel Love', LadyCop's 'To Be Real' and Capoiera Twins' 'Four (4x3)', the reaction was emphatic to say the least, with legions of new clubbers eager to check out the Unabombers live.

The follow up 'Saturday Night Sunday Morning' was released in 2002, and delivered a deeper journey into the true sound of the Unabombers. The evidence for their increasing talents is obvious to anyone who attends the Electric Chair on a regular basis, as the popularity of the residents-only nights proves. For those who can't attend, this album goes a long way towards capturing the vibe - the proof is in the mix!

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