A 2 track punk-funk single (5m 52s) — released April 28th 2008 on Post Office Records
DJ Methodist aka David Handford began experimenting with sound and electronics back in 1992. After moving to Wales and setting up Post Office Records in an old sub post office in 2001, he now lives on high Dartmoor where he continues to create edgy electronic based work ,along with a more pop soaked sound in collaboration with Jim Copperthwaite. David Handford's other projects include Ministry of Defiance's film based electronic shows, and construction of sonic artworks such as Monolith and Ripple Tank. First outing from DJ Methodist a cover of Joy Divisions 'Digital'. Radio:Steve Lamacq, Huw Stephens, Rob da bank, XFM Xposure (John Kennedy), Popscene with Jalal (Radio Bremen, Germany), Tom Robinson and Stewart Maconie on BBC 6music, BBC Wales (Adam Walton)
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