MidiMidis are two brothers-in-law who are the only band who make original
compositions using midi and 8 bit melodies from chips taken from late 70's
and 80's video-game consoles.
A hugely successful 2010 was capped off by signing worldwide publishing to
BMG Chrysalis after their memorable performances at The Big Chill festival
and BBC Stages at Reading & Leeds. The latter a result of Huw Stephens
personally hand-picking them to play after much BBC radio play, engaging
interviews and their strong BBC Maida Vale session.
They were also special guests for Xfm's Eddy Temple-Morris at Latitude,
Lovebox, & Secret Garden Party. MidiMidis' unforgettable show opening for
Suede at Bush Hall had front man Brett Anderson declaring “I love them” in
the NME in January and Blur's Dave Rowntree picking them as one of his top
favourite new acts in Mojo magazine.
MidiMidis have also gained plaudits from Q Magazine, Artrocker, The Fly,
NME (for being the first band to remix Egyptian Hip Hop), Metro, The Word,
and Playstation World Magazine to name but a few.