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Musicians — London

Name, where are you from?
Joe: I’m from Hackney, London.
Georgie: I’m from Norwich, and I live in London.

What do you do?
In 0171 we both write, both sing and both produce. We also like to watch the Arsenal lads try their very best every week.

Describe your style in three words?
J: Could be better.
G: I look sexy.

What has been your all-time favourite gig?
J: Go on it has to be Radiohead at Glastonbury 2017. It felt like the biggest moment for me to be there in such a big crowd. And they didn’t do one of their niche sets. 
G: Bjork at Bestival in 2011. 

A British icon or band who inspire your sound?
J: I’m having to resist writing Radiohead for a lot of these questions. James Blake? Is he iconic? Massive Attack? 
G: In terms of lyrics Amy Winehouse immediately springs to mind. Whenever I talk to anyone about lyric writing I always use her as an example of pure simplistic perfection.


 

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What was the first song you played on repeat?
J: Well the first song I ever memorised all the lyrics to was 'Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da' by The Beatles. 
G: 'Complicated' by Avril Lavigne. 

Which music defines the teenage you?
J: It’s gonna have to be Radiohead I’m afraid. Heard 'Kid A' first, and was hooked from the first 4 notes of 'Everything In Its Right Place'. 
G: 'Casimir Pulaski Day' by Sufjan Stevens is still one of the best songs ever written.

A song from your favourite album?
J: 'Another Star' from 'Songs in the Key of Life' by Stevie Wonder. It’s got that dance music energy where it repeats so long you have time to stop wanting it to change and slip into a blissful trance. 
G: Perfume Genius is one of my all-time favourites and it's impossible to choose a favourite album let alone a favourite song. Top songs from my two favourite albums 'Learning', and 'Put Your Back N 2 It' are 'Learning', 'You Won't B Here', 'Normal Song', '17', 'Dark Parts', 'Hood' and 'Sister Song'.

A song you wish you’d written?
J: 'The Suburbs' by Arcade Fire. It has such an intense emotional feeling to it. 
G: 'To Know Him Is To Love Him' by The Teddy Bears. It always makes me cry. Joe's laughing at me because I've started crying.

What is the last piece of music you bought?
J: I just looked at my iTunes and it was 'Symphony No. 5' by Tchaikovsky, but I don’t know why. 
G: It's sad that I don’t really know. We go out a lot to see DJs so maybe that counts? 'Theme from Q' by Objekt.

Best song to bring people together?
J: 'Somebody Else’s Guy' by Jocelyn Brown. It’s a tough competition but could it be the best disco song?
G: 'Murder On The Dance Floor' by Sophie Ellis-Bextor. My football team, Goal Diggers FC, host a night called Murder on Zidane's Floor and when this song is played the whole room is screaming every single word.

The best love song of all time?
J: I guess it’s a break-up song really, but 'Stay With Me' by Lorraine Ellison gives me the shivers every time it gets to the chorus. 
G: 'I Don't Want To Set The World On Fire' by The Ink Spots. Although it could be any of their songs really. They’re all identical and they’re all amazing. 

Is there a song you like that people wouldn’t expect?
J: I like most things. 'Toxic' by Britney is one of my favourite songs. Is that unexpected or does everyone like that.
G: I also like almost everything. Maybe 'Chop Suey!' by System Of The Down. Maybe sometimes angels do deserve to die ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

What new music are you listening to?
J: Not on Spotify but the DOMi and JD Beck instrumentals on youtube are incredible. SOPHIE’s not that new but still blows my mind. The newest Lana Del Rey album has some songs on it, doesn’t it?
G: 100 Gecs are really fun. Also, love Yaeji's new stuff.

Name, where are you from?
Joe: I’m from Hackney, London.
Georgie: I’m from Norwich, and I live in London.

What do you do?
In 0171 we both write, both sing and both produce. We also like to watch the Arsenal lads try their very best every week.

Describe your style in three words?
J: Could be better.
G: I look sexy.

What has been your all-time favourite gig?
J: Go on it has to be Radiohead at Glastonbury 2017. It felt like the biggest moment for me to be there in such a big crowd. And they didn’t do one of their niche sets. 
G: Bjork at Bestival in 2011. 

A British icon or band who inspire your sound?
J: I’m having to resist writing Radiohead for a lot of these questions. James Blake? Is he iconic? Massive Attack? 
G: In terms of lyrics Amy Winehouse immediately springs to mind. Whenever I talk to anyone about lyric writing I always use her as an example of pure simplistic perfection.


 

www.instagram.com/0171music

What was the first song you played on repeat?
J: Well the first song I ever memorised all the lyrics to was 'Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da' by The Beatles. 
G: 'Complicated' by Avril Lavigne. 

Which music defines the teenage you?
J: It’s gonna have to be Radiohead I’m afraid. Heard 'Kid A' first, and was hooked from the first 4 notes of 'Everything In Its Right Place'. 
G: 'Casimir Pulaski Day' by Sufjan Stevens is still one of the best songs ever written.

A song from your favourite album?
J: 'Another Star' from 'Songs in the Key of Life' by Stevie Wonder. It’s got that dance music energy where it repeats so long you have time to stop wanting it to change and slip into a blissful trance. 
G: Perfume Genius is one of my all-time favourites and it's impossible to choose a favourite album let alone a favourite song. Top songs from my two favourite albums 'Learning', and 'Put Your Back N 2 It' are 'Learning', 'You Won't B Here', 'Normal Song', '17', 'Dark Parts', 'Hood' and 'Sister Song'.

A song you wish you’d written?
J: 'The Suburbs' by Arcade Fire. It has such an intense emotional feeling to it. 
G: 'To Know Him Is To Love Him' by The Teddy Bears. It always makes me cry. Joe's laughing at me because I've started crying.

What is the last piece of music you bought?
J: I just looked at my iTunes and it was 'Symphony No. 5' by Tchaikovsky, but I don’t know why. 
G: It's sad that I don’t really know. We go out a lot to see DJs so maybe that counts? 'Theme from Q' by Objekt.

Best song to bring people together?
J: 'Somebody Else’s Guy' by Jocelyn Brown. It’s a tough competition but could it be the best disco song?
G: 'Murder On The Dance Floor' by Sophie Ellis-Bextor. My football team, Goal Diggers FC, host a night called Murder on Zidane's Floor and when this song is played the whole room is screaming every single word.

The best love song of all time?
J: I guess it’s a break-up song really, but 'Stay With Me' by Lorraine Ellison gives me the shivers every time it gets to the chorus. 
G: 'I Don't Want To Set The World On Fire' by The Ink Spots. Although it could be any of their songs really. They’re all identical and they’re all amazing. 

Is there a song you like that people wouldn’t expect?
J: I like most things. 'Toxic' by Britney is one of my favourite songs. Is that unexpected or does everyone like that.
G: I also like almost everything. Maybe 'Chop Suey!' by System Of The Down. Maybe sometimes angels do deserve to die ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

What new music are you listening to?
J: Not on Spotify but the DOMi and JD Beck instrumentals on youtube are incredible. SOPHIE’s not that new but still blows my mind. The newest Lana Del Rey album has some songs on it, doesn’t it?
G: 100 Gecs are really fun. Also, love Yaeji's new stuff.

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