Audiogold are Raphael Hurwitz (Lead Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Keyboards, Strings) Jonny Wanders (Electric Guitar, Vocals) Alexander Hurwitz (Bass Guitar) Marco Cristaudo (Drums, Percussion). Signed to JAMC records (a division of ChinChin records), Audiogold are renowned for their large, ambient sound, great stage presence and intricate songwriting. Influences include Radiohead, Jeff Buckley, Coldplay, and Pink Floyd. Audiogold play regularly at such venues as The Hoxton Underbelly, Camden Rock, Bush Hall, Camden Barfly, and have a bi-monthly residency at The Proud Galleries, Camden. Their debut album, Embers & Theories is available in all digital and physical formats.
Camden Rock - http://www.thegigreview.co.uk/gigs/audiogold-camden-rock/
Indies Band Blog - http://www.indiebandsblog.com/indie-bands-blog-round-up/new-releases/audiogold-embers-and-theories
Blue Pro Studios - http://www.blueprostudios.com/audiogold-release-debut-single-album
About VJ Harper
VJ Harper is a young, talented video artist based in greater London. Creating, producing and mixing cutting-edge visuals to enhance the atmosphere of a club night is just where it starts. Through the study of lighting and sound design Harper developed a passion for digital media and specifically, live video performance and instillation. It was there, at University, VJ Harper was spotted and recruited by SDNA (www.sdna.tv) , renowned creative media and video design artists to join the Roundhouse Visual Collective, at the Roundhouse in Camden London 2009. It was here where her creative ambition was developed, tested and soon excelled into a raw need to create and mix video on screens for all to see. Under the RHVC, VJ Harper worked with the Le Beque Sisters- world classical pianist duo in January 2010. Soon the opportunity to perform live visuals at Glastonbury June 2010 arose. The collective took over the London Underground venue on Block9's late night field, with Annie Mac headlining. Soon after, VJ Harper played a set for the Lazy Land stage at the Big Chill festival. And to complete the busy summer, the Roundhouse produced Turning Point festival, an in-house, 3 day event which the collective produced and performed for, headlining were Mistajam, Professor Green and Ms Dynamite. 2011 Saw VJ Harper's solo carrier take off at Looking Sound (www.lookingsound.com) in Finsbury Park. Boosting AV collaborations and generating future warehouse visuals in the multi-screen, east London venue Looking Sound now invite Harper to guest VJ at this event. Currently holding a residency at Rumpus (www.rumpusparty.co.uk), VJ Harper brings the cinema room to life with deep, glitchy, audio responsive AV sets, which is just one of the wonders of the 7 room venue known as Islington Metal Works, London. Now breaking the Electro-swing circle, Harper accommodates circus, burlesque, dance, vaudeville themes and speakeasy acts with authentic early 20th century film footage, blended with eclectic visuals that she delivers with her own, mixing style, a style that she is fast becoming recognised for. In fact, it was VJ Harper's live mixes that got her the residency Vjing at KOKO, Camden for Club NME. Video mash- ups, instinctive, unplanned mixes, custom visuals and promotion videos for clubs, promoters DJs and producers are the activities she delves into when not pumping out visuals at live events.