Rochdale-based assembled field recordings, spoken word and found percussion create an industrial dubby mashup with a dark, heavy tone.

Live performances involve audio and visual aspects contributing to an atmospheric spectacle. 

Prangers released a tape on Tesla Tapes which the Quietus described as a “hauntology-laced dispatch of prime strangeness” and part of what they refer to as “New Weird Britain”.

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Prangers have performed at Site Gallery, Soup Kitchen and Cafe Oto, they are due to play this summer at Boundaries Festival in Sunderland, Supernormal in Oxfordshire and Météo Festival in France. 

The Wire wrote of their performance at Cafe Oto "The physicality and group interaction are concise and exciting... the packed audience raise the roof."


Maryanne Royle

Maryanne has experience in creating immersive installations for performance. 

Working with sound artists, dancers and musicians, she creates new realities using found and discarded materials. 

She is a graduate of Intermedia from Edinburgh College of Art and, alongside her practice, works in art organising. 

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