Advance

Genrefunk, futurepop, melodic hardcore, Disco, 90s

There are at least two artists with the name Advance.

1. ADVANCE is the solo electronic music project of Tom Perrett, based in Glasgow, Scotland. Taking a wide range of influences from the likes of Ludovico Einaudi, John Murphy, Hans Zimmer, VNV Nation, Neuroticfish and many more, ADVANCE's musical output is best described as melodic, dynamic, uplifting and emotive electronic music with a pounding heartbeat.

Launched in 2010, ADVANCE made an impressive live debut in 2012 supporting futurepop legends Assemblage 23 and Analog Angel at the prestigious Classic Grand in Glasgow. Following a number of high-profile support slots with established acts such as Modulate, Surgyn, Icon of Coil and Shiv-R, ADVANCE has already become a recognised and highly regarded name in the Scottish electronic music scene and beyond.

In February 2014, ADVANCE released their long-awaited debut album, Deus Ex Machina on Manchester-based independent label AnalogueTrash Records. Literally translated as ‘God from the machine’; Deus Ex Machina explores themes of a dystopian, post apocalyptic future and of man’s dependence on technology for survival throughout each of the album’s nine tracks.

2. Italo disco project known for the 80s club classic "Take Me To The Top" on X-Energy records. A production of Alvaro Ugolini and Dario Raimondi (also producers of X-Energy act Fun Fun).


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There are at least two artists with the name Advance.

1. ADVANCE is the solo electronic music project of Tom Perrett, based in Glasgow, Scotland. Taking a wide range of influences from the likes of Ludovico Einaudi, John Murphy, Hans Zimmer, VNV Nation, Neuroticfish and many more, ADVANCE's musical output is best described as melodic, dynamic, uplifting and emotive electronic music with a pounding heartbeat.

Launched in 2010, ADVANCE made an impressive live debut in 2012 supporting futurepop legends Assemblage 23 and Analog Angel at the prestigious Classic Grand in Glasgow. Following a number of high-profile support slots with established acts such as Modulate, Surgyn, Icon of Coil and Shiv-R, ADVANCE has already become a recognised and highly regarded name in the Scottish electronic music scene and beyond.

In February 2014, ADVANCE released their long-awaited debut album, Deus Ex Machina on Manchester-based independent label AnalogueTrash Records. Literally translated as ‘God from the machine’; Deus Ex Machina explores themes of a dystopian, post apocalyptic future and of man’s dependence on technology for survival throughout each of the album’s nine tracks.

2. Italo disco project known for the 80s club classic "Take Me To The Top" on X-Energy records. A production of Alvaro Ugolini and Dario Raimondi (also producers of X-Energy act Fun Fun).


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Top Tracks

Take Me to the Top 1

Take Me to the Top

Weapon of Choice 2

Weapon of Choice

Fractured Existence 3

Fractured Existence

Dead Technology 4

Dead Technology

The Road 5

The Road

Enter the Wastelands 6

Enter the Wastelands

Break the Silence 7

Break the Silence

When We Return 8

When We Return

New Objective 9

New Objective

Divine Machines 10

Divine Machines

Top Albums

RFG 16 (80's Funk Music Rare Tracks)
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Deus Ex Machina
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