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Cursor Major

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We are Cursor Major

 

In the run up to his EPs - INTERLOPER and CONSTELLATION PRIZE - Andy garnered support from local, national and international press. The Guardian (New band of the day), BBC6MUSIC, Artrocker, Amazing Radio, BBC Radio Wales, BBC Introducing and many more hailed Cursor Major. His third EP, SILENT DISCO PUNCH UP made the 6MUSIC RECOMMENDS list in 2017.

 

Currently being written, arranged and recorded in Cardiff, Artificial Souvenirs finds Andy archly exploring themes of anxiety, depression, tales of woe and doomed romance whilst also conjuring the new wave powerpop essence of XTC, Teardrop Explodes, Edwyn Collins, Henry Badowski as well as the spirit of a jilted Marc Bolan and the occasional nod to the noir genre.

 

 

“Appeals to the powerpop in you” – Steve Lamacq BBC 6 Music Recommends

 

"If you happen to believe kookiness is next to godliness you'll love Cursor Major" - The Guardian

 

"Two slices of brilliantly odd pop music" - Tom Robinson BBC 6 Music

 

"God that's good, gold stars all round " -  Adam Walton BBC Radio Wales

 

"Cursor Major are a really great band" – Paul Lester Amazing Radio

 

"delicious electro-pop sounds" – Artrocker

 

Vocals, Guitar / Andy Norton
Keyboard / Si Morgan
Bass / Rory Geisow
Drums / Mikey Morgan

 

 
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EP Compilation

by Cursor Major

2019 will see Andy Norton release his fourth record of retro-wave rousing pop under the name Cursor Major.

In the run up to his EPs - INTERLOPER and CONSTELLATION PRIZE - Andy garnered support from local, national and international press. The Guardian (New band of the day), BBC6MUSIC, Artrocker, Amazing Radio, BBC Radio Wales, BBC Introducing and many more hailed Cursor Major. His third EP, SILENT DISCO PUNCH UP made the 6MUSIC RECOMMENDS list in 2017.

Currently being written, arranged and recorded in Cardiff, Artificial Souvenirs finds Andy archly exploring themes of anxiety, depression, tales of woe and doomed romance whilst also conjuring the new wave powerpop essence of XTC, Teardrop Explodes, Edwyn Collins, Henry Badowski as well as the spirit of a jilted Marc Bolan and the occasional nod to the noir genre.