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Computerman are another Nottm band on the verge of 'making it'. They've already got a two single deal with the Must Destroy record label.

Nottingham band Computerman have a two single deal with Must Destroy Music. Rock behemoths The Darkness are with the same label.

'No More Broken Hearts' was released on 5th December and the band are hoping to bring out their second single in March 2006.

Mark Sykes, guitarist and vocalist with Computerman, admits that the band are very much testing the water before further recordings are made.

Mark Sykes of Computerman

Mark Sykes of Computerman

Originally named Carolgees (after Bob), Computerman spent two years in Nottingham before taking the plunge and moving to London. It's been a big transition for the band and they're gradually finding their feet. Mark says:

"You think London is this big place where everything happens but it's just like the rest of the world but with a lot more people who think they're important."

A deal was struck with Must Destroy after an eventful gig at Dublin Castle where guitar strings snapped and amplifiers blew up. To their surprise they got the call saying Must Destroy were interested in the band.

To hear more about Computerman and their music click on the link below:

Computerman will be playing at Stealth for a special New Year's Eve gig, it starts at 8pm on 31st December 2005.

last updated: 23/09/2008 at 13:09
created: 12/12/2005

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