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The Invisible – ‘Patience’ Review

Fittingly named, The Invisible are session musicians to the stars, a trio of unassuming childhood pals who make up the house band you’ve never heard of. But with their third album of interplanetary soul and darkly lit disco sounds, surely it’s their time to scoop up some of the spotlight for themselves? Led by the multi-talented Dave Okumu – who...

The Invisible – ‘Generational’

In a parallel universe, London’s The Invisible are the biggest band in the country. They play the parallel O2 while the parallel Coldplay are told to pull their heads out their parallel arses and take a few notes. Dave Okumu’s smokey husk soundtracks Life-Defining Moments on TV, and ‘Generational’ is on the parallel Radio 1 A-list. None of these...

The Invisible – ‘Rispah’

The Invisible might be from London, but their songs are as unearthly as Boris Johnson’s space-helmet hair. With second album ‘Rispah’ they’ve gone all ‘Dark Side of the Moon’ with booming, space-aged beats. Minimalist starter ‘A Particle of Love’ launches into the unknown with sci-fi instrumentals and otherworldly background chants. ‘Surrender’ voyages over to the ambient sunshine percussion of...

The Invisible, O Children for London War Child gig

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