THE TWELVE HOUR FOUNDATION  (bristol, uk)
THE TWELVE HOUR FOUNDATION is an electronic/musique concrete/conceptual pop group based in bristol, comprising polly hulse (analogue synth/rhythms) and jez butler (analogue synth/concrete sequences).

the group formed following requests for performances of jez's album 'the lighter side of concrete', and the name - initially attributed by polly to a side project - became permanent.

their sound draws on electronic/library/educational tv music, especially the work of JOHN BAKER and PADDY KINGSLAND (bbc radiophonic workshop) and RAYMOND SCOTT.




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