were an English alternative rock/electronic duo from London, formed in 1990 and split in 2005. The band consisted of Toni Halliday (vocals, occasionally guitar) and Dean Garcia (bass, guitar, drums, programming). Halliday wrote also the lyrics of their songs and they both contributed to songwriting. An important collaborator was the producer Alan Moulder, who helped them to shape their blend of heavy beats and densely layered guitar tracks set against Halliday's vocals.
During the years, the band's sound evolved from a guitar-based shoegazing style to a more electronic style.
Curve released five studio albums (Doppelganger
in 1992, Cuckoo
in 1993, Come Clean
in 1998, Gift
in 2001, and The New Adventures of Curve
in 2002), five compilation albums (Pubic Fruit
in 1992, Radio Sessions
in 1993, Open Day at the Hate Fest
in 2001, The Way of Curve
in 2004, and Rare and Unreleased
in 2010), and a string of EPs and singles.
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