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Placing his days as an associate of EMF behind him, Ian Dench — equipped with only his classical guitar — started his collaboration with vocalist Kerry Shaw back 1996 beneath the name Whistler. After recruiting violinist Wayne Topham, who also used Brian Eno, Whistler gigged around Britain like a three piece before liberating their 1998 solitary “Rare American Sneakers.” Making use of their talent of merging Kerry’s sharp, but soothing tone of voice that leads around the sensible mix of drowning violins and rhythmic guitars, their second solitary “EASILY Offer you a Smile” premiered that same 12 months and caught to the acclaim of NME and Melody Manufacturer. Their self-titled complete length premiered on Wiiija the next year. Whistler came back in early 2001 with Trust EACH DAY.

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