Hugh Brooker and Seb Wronski

Also known as BUSFACE
Members of Busface: Hugh Brooker, Seb
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://web.archive.org/web/20080610170507/http://www.busface.co.uk/

Discography of Busface:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Circles (Just My Good Time) 4 Audio 2005-05-00 Dubmental Records
2 Circles (Just My Good Time) 5 Audio 2005-06-06 ZYX Music
3 Circles (Just My Good Time) 5 Audio 2005-03-28 Justice Brothers Records
4 Circles (Just My Good Time) 5 Audio 2005 Sounds Good
5 Circles (Just My Good Time) 5 Audio 2006-01-00 Central Station
6 Love Is Like Oxygen 4 Audio 2004 Justice Brothers Records
7 Love Is Like Oxygen 3 Audio 2004 Justice Brothers Records
8 Devils, Sharks & Spaceships 14 Audio 2004 Justice Brothers Records
9 Circles (Just My Good Time) 5 Audio 2005-03-28 Justice Brothers Records
10 Busface 15 Audio 2009-05-06 Justice Brothers Records
11 Pump It Up! 2 Audio 2009-04-27 Justice Brothers Records

Hugh Brooker first cut his teeth at Acid Jazz Records releasing five albums under the guise of Night Trains and The Humble Souls. Recording, touring, working with and remixing with artists as varied as Africa Bambaata, Earth Wind & Fire, Jamiroquai and The Brand New Heavies.

He then set up Super Villain Records with Fat Boy Slim’s manager Gary Blackburn. Their first release was the music from Gary Oldman’s British Academy award winning film 'Nil By Mouth' and then most recently the album 'Outside Looking In' under his new guise 'The Merchant of Menace', which achieved cult status as Steve Lemacq’s Record of the Week on his evening Radio 1 show and was also voted album of the month by Ministry of Sound.

Seb Wronski originally signed to dance label React Records under the name Seb. He enjoyed international underground club hits with 'Rainbow Islands' and 'Sugar Shack'. More recently he set up Bubble Gum City recording studios and has focused on re-mixing and production work.

For their new album 'Devils, Sharks and Spaceships' the BUSFACE duo have teamed up with multi-million selling artist Sophie Ellis Bextor for a duet on the new track 'Circles (Just My Good Time)'. Their collaboration came about as a returned favour for BUSFACE remixing duties on 'Murder on the Dancefloor' from her hit album 'Read My Lips'. As well as Sophie’s contribution, BUSFACE have also secured the vocal talents of Moby’s live front person, Diane Charlemagne, on the track 'U R The Future' and Spider Johnson from Lee Perrys Upsetters on 'Hanging Around'.

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