Dan Le Sac from the Reading University and taking up jobs at Reading Music shops, he started writing the hottest track in 2007, changing his life once and for all. Summer 2007 saw the biggest hit Dan Le Sac vs. Scroobius Pip. Dan will be answering the question about their gig in Reading. Thou Shalt Always Kill set in electro beat and the album became an instant hit. The video touched 2 million hits on YouTube. The song also earned the prestigious title of being the most requested song in all eternity. For a Reading boy this was an awesome opening who made it to the record shops at the town center.
Dan’s shift to Reading has changed his life. He moved to Reading in the year 1998. He ran a music scene, a weekly music night in Reading at Afroba and it was named I Bet Ya. The stuck to the music night for three years. On Thursday nights, there would be laptop shenanigans, and it would be great fun commented Dan. But he finally adds that Reading had lacked central focus always. Reading has a little scene, and there was no major venue says, Dan. Little scenes were built around little groups. The scenes are improved with Dan Le Sac vs. Scroobius Pip. This Dan called “Samply, hip-hoppy electro-ey poetry.”
Scroobius Pip is a large breaded guy who gets into the flow. Thou Shalt Always Kill is a successful hit undoubtedly. Dan then reveals that the track was not even completed when it was sent to John Kennedy. But getting so much attention so early is unbelievable says, Dan. He furthered that it is good to be an unsigned band and still be in a position to do what you love the most in your life. Being in a band is amazing, he recalls that he hasn’t worked for the past few years. Despite the success, Reading is just a call away especially for the title of their debut album.
Initially, they were contemplating to call it Little Death, but the thought was let go as Pete And The Pirates called it Little Death. Again they are from Reading. So it was time to look for a new title. As per the suggestion from John Kennedy they called it Angles. The name was suggested by the person who played them first. Dan is busy the coming season and has not just confined to gigging in Reading. He will be playing at the South Street on April 6. He will also make it to the Reading festival. This will be a live musical night. This will be called Make Do And Mend.
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