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GIG ALERT!

We're dusting off the Korg and tuning up the guitars for a special live show to be streamed on Tuesday 16th June from the Knutsford Little Theatre

We always stand well apart, so the socially distancing thing is what we do anyway! 

We'll be having a chat prior to the show talking about the really top news we have and playing an exclusive song featuring a very special guest!

Stay close and we'll let you know the transmission time..

#stayalert

UNE

LOST - Out now on www.monr.co.uk

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NEXT SHOW IS.. WHEN BOJO TELLS US..

WE'LL BE BACK AND HOPEFULLY AIMING FOR BLUE DOT FESTIVAL IN AUGUST BUT, WE WILL LET YOU KNOW.

STAY SAFE AND SEE YOU ON THE OTHER SIDE x

The men from the m-UNE bring you a new-age electronic sound formed from machines and guitars. 

 
 
 
 
 

WE ARE UNE

Two people working on a single concept

UNE are BBC 6music and Radio 2 broadcaster, musician and author Mark Radcliffe and electronica tech head Paul Langley (Robs Records/Yeti-MusicMan/SonyBMG)

UNE is electronic music spanning many styles with a plaintive lonely voice at its heart. A happy accidental collision of man and machines.

These UNE songs are inspired by words from other languages that have no literal translation into English: Boketto, Waldeinkamseit, Saudade, Komorebi.


The music and lyrics have therefore tried to convey the feelings those words invoke.

UNE is two people working on a single concept.

UNE means one-word titles.

UNE is about being alone.

UNE is an anagram of NEU (and very nearly of ENO).

UNE is pop music for dreamers.

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CONTACT

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