Man-Made Noise from Hull, East Yorkshire sound like nothing else you\'ve ever heard. Drawing on past experience with the band Ernest, Man-Made\'s songwriter and Innovateur Terence Dunn has fused elements of rock/jazz/funk/electro and created a tour-de-force in innovation whilst redefining the creative process. On the one hand sounding like a latter day Paul McCartney interbred with Guy Garvey, Man-Made still manage to push the boundaries of how music can be carefully sculpted into an art-form of kalaidoscopic delights. This debut album is pandora\'s box of inspirational and multicultural influences. Terry\'s songwriting for Ernest was described as \'On the cusp of something amazing\' by Chris Long of the BBC and \'A glimpse into another world\' by Elsie Creek of Sandman Magazine. Following the recording of the debut album, Terry is travelling around the world armed with a portable recording device and intends to document a musical travelogue, which given his background in original musical composition is a truly mouthwatering prospect. Terry has already toured Japan and Canada (with Ernest) and has an insatiable appetite to discover new cultures and experiences.
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