(SXSW 2014 flavoured!) Live Gig Video(s): Bipolar Sunshine chats about his influences, his music’s different genres and Manchester

By on Thursday, 19th December 2013 at 4:00 pm
 

Bipolar Sunshine is the stage name of Adio Marchant, formerly more famously known as the vocalist of indie ska, hip hoppy band Kid British. In his new guise, Marchant’s voice is dreamy and soulful, and he’s already made his Mancunian brethren all hot and bothered. The question is, is this new project of Marchant’s going to receive the same kind of welcome at SXSW 2014?

This 2-part interview with the artist is intimate, revealing how he looks at his varying influences, touching on different genres depending on his mood and how Manchester plays a part in all of this. Naturally, being a Live Gig Videos feature, both parts include clips of Marchant in the studio doing what he does best: singing. Watch the two parts of the interview below.

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4:01 pm
19th December 2013

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4:21 pm
19th December 2013

(SXSW 2014 flavoured!) Live Gig Video(s): @bipolarsunshine chats about his influences, his music’s genres, Manchester http://t.co/QDQBLiQZ1M

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