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Mark Clifford live with Seefeel, 16 September 2010 at ICA in London.

Mark Clifford is a British musician and producer known primarily for his involvement with his band Seefeel. He has been involved in a number of solo and collaborative projects which have resulted in a wide range of material released on many different labels including Warp Records, Rephlex Records, Bella Union, Editions Mego and his own Polyfusia label.

Seefeel

Seefeel was formed in 1992:[1] Clifford advertising in local classifieds for members. In its earliest incarnation Sarah Peacock, Justin Fletcher and Mark Van Hoen represented guitar/vocals, drums and bass respectively, with Daren Seymour supplanting Van Hoen as the bassist early on.[1] Too Pure signed Seefeel and published their first EPs and LP in 1993. Seefeel decamped to Warp Records in 1994 where they remain signed to this day, having released two LPs and three EPs with them thus far. 1996 also saw the release of a mini album, (CH-VOX) on Rephlex Records.[2] Around 1999 Seefeel went on an indefinite hiatus only to reconvene in 2008 with a new Bassist and drummer, Shigeru Ishihara and Iida Kazuhisa.

Solo projects

Aside from his work with Seefeel, Clifford has released two mini albums, 1995's Looking for Snags & 1996's Clean, Pit and Lid, under the name Disjecta for Warp Records.Seefeel. He has been involved in a number of solo and collaborative projects which have resulted in a wide range of material released on many different labels including Warp Records, Rephlex Records, Bella Union, Editions Mego and his own Polyfusia label.

Seefeel

Seefeel was formed in 1992:[1] Clifford advertising in local classifieds for members. In its earliest incarnation Sarah Peacock, Justin Fletcher and Mark Van Hoen represented guitar/vocals, drums and bass respectively, with Daren Seymour supplanting Van Hoen as the bassist early on.[1] Too Pure signed Seefeel and published their first EPs and LP in 1993. Seefeel decamped to Warp Records in 1994 where they remain signed to this day, having released two LPs and three EPs with them thus far. 1996 also saw the release of a mini album, (CH-VOX) on Rephlex Records.[2] Around 1999 Seefeel went on an indefinite hiatus only to reconvene in 2008 with a new Bassist and drummer,

Seefeel was formed in 1992:[1] Clifford advertising in local classifieds for members. In its earliest incarnation Sarah Peacock, Justin Fletcher and Mark Van Hoen represented guitar/vocals, drums and bass respectively, with Daren Seymour supplanting Van Hoen as the bassist early on.[1] Too Pure signed Seefeel and published their first EPs and LP in 1993. Seefeel decamped to Warp Records in 1994 where they remain signed to this day, having released two LPs and three EPs with them thus far. 1996 also saw the release of a mini album, (CH-VOX) on Rephlex Records.[2] Around 1999 Seefeel went on an indefinite hiatus only to reconvene in 2008 with a new Bassist and drummer, Shigeru Ishihara and Iida Kazuhisa.

Solo projects

Aside from his work with Seefeel, Clifford has released two mini albums, 1995's Looking for Snags & 1996's Clean, Pit and Lid, under the name Disjecta for Warp Records.[3] The name of the project was taken from the literature of Samuel Beckett.[4] A 4 track Disjecta EP, True Love by Normal, was also released in 2003 on Clifford's own Polyfusia label.[5] 1996 also saw the release of a 4 track vinyl-only EP titled Souff Souff on Warp under the guise of Woodenspoon.[6] Clifford has produced and remixed a number of different artists including Autechre (as Seefeel),[7] Aside from his work with Seefeel, Clifford has released two mini albums, 1995's Looking for Snags & 1996's Clean, Pit and Lid, under the name Disjecta for Warp Records.[3] The name of the project was taken from the literature of Samuel Beckett.[4] A 4 track Disjecta EP, True Love by Normal, was also released in 2003 on Clifford's own Polyfusia label.[5] 1996 also saw the release of a 4 track vinyl-only EP titled Souff Souff on Warp under the guise of Woodenspoon.[6] Clifford has produced and remixed a number of different artists including Autechre (as Seefeel),[7] Nav Katze (as Seefeel & Disjecta),[8][9] Mira Calix, Bowery Electric and School of Seven Bells (as Seefeel).[10]

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