Dicepeople is a dark electro band from London consisting of Zmora (vocals) and Matt Brock (music). Originally founded by Brock, with their first studio release in 2009, the band has been going strong since their first official live performances in 2013. Dicepeople’s music consists of intricate, immersive, modern electronic productions, uniquely and seamlessly blending a broad range of genres from industrial and EBM, through darkwave and post-punk, to synth-pop and electronica.
Dicepeople have an extensive back catalogue with great reviews and feedback, and they are known for their intense, atmospheric live performances which leave audiences mesmerised and spellbound.
Dicepeople were chosen by the fashion designer John Lawrence Sullivan to play at their 2020 men’s fashion show as part of London Fashion Week in 2019. They were put forward for the 2014 Glastonbury Emerging Talent Competition shortlist by judge and music journalist Mark Muldoon, who said “I’m nominating this dark electro-gothy outfit mainly for their full SoundCloud collection … there’s a remarkably high standard being maintained here”. Dicepeople have supported acclaimed artists such as Android Lust and Zanias at various venues including Electrowerkz and Islington Academy, as well as being on the bill for several festivals and a range of alternative nightclubs such as AntiChrist and Reptile.
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