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Reflecktor formed in 2014 and is made up of Felicity Crook, John Kubicki, Jon Gray and Pete Marett - a collective of musicians, djs and producers creating their own brand of psychedelic indie electronica.

What started out as a dancefloor based writing project, between long time mates Jon and Pete, grew quickly when John (with an h) came along, bringing his tripped out lyrical and melodic ideas to the mix. But something was still missing - a feminine touch. Enter Felicity. The unique, unusual blend of John and Felicity’s lead vocals were the last piece of the sonic puzzle and the line-up was complete.

 

 

Vocals // Felicity Crook
Keyboards, Production // Jon Gray
Guitars, Vocals, Keyboards // John Kubicki
Drums, Keyboards, Production // Pete Marett

 

 

 

A Woolfe Vision production produced by Nikita Woolfe and directed by Mike Woolfe

Placements

 

Hear Overall in Nashville! season 6 episode 14

 

Hear ‘Dog Fight’ in ‘Beyond’ episode 2 available on Netflix

 

Hear ‘Burning Light’ in ‘NCIS’ season 14

 

Hear ‘Dog Fight’ in ‘APB’ the new series available on Fox

 

Hear ‘Overall’ in Victoria’s Secret new season online campaign

 

Hear 'Patterns' in NBC's Blindspot

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Upcoming GIGS

Saturday September 6th 2018

The Grand Pavilion at Festival No.6

 

The Leadmill - 4 NOVEMBER 2017 review by Jonny Drury, Now then magazine

Reflecktor play serious indie pop with powerful hooks and riffs, proper vocals and psychedelic electronics. 

With a cool stage presence, they deliver a creative power that hits you and rearranges your atoms the way live music is supposed to. Halfway down the bill at my favourite Sheffield venue but with no introduction necessary, the group coolly launch into the big and punchy ‘Elegant Wasted’, a mid-tempo, seriously heady tune with synths set to stun. Felicity Crook’s effortlessly slick vocal, backed by two guitarists who also sing well, is perhaps reminiscent of a darker Goldfrapp. She wears a genuinely far-away look, interrupted only by occasional joking laughter in between numbers.

Explosive beats reminiscent of New Jersey hip hop trio Dälek are plentiful throughout, with John Kubicki’s (The Violet May) guitars weaving through the mix. Co-founders Jon Gray (Digweed, Futureheads, The Coral, Zutons) and Pete Marett (Terminalhead, Ian Broudie) drive with conviction from the rear on keyboards and drums respectively, keeping you fully engaged throughout. There’s plenty of well-styled techno and even a splash of tasty glam punk, particularly on ‘Overall’.

The vast range of experience and influence here could easily be overcooked in the wrong hands, but cool sophistication and cohesion presides, resulting in original, very well-crafted songs and super-confident artistry. The Reflecktor sound injects a big charge to the plateaued landscape of British indie. 

Finishing their short but sweet set of eight killer tracks with their 2017 EP title track, ‘Mirrors’, the decent and mostly new crowd were clearly appreciative. You might guess I like them. I’ve been blasting out their quality recordings through my home system and with nearly every track sounding like a single, they’re sure to be headlining bigger venues and getting lots of radio airplay soon. Another easy win for Sheffield.

Jonny Drury Now then magazine

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