Gravity Wave

Gravity Wave is Kenneth Farrell. A videogame beat maker, Farrell started off as just a one man PlayStation karaoke act. In January 2007, Tom MacCammon, a 13-year-old tambourine playing sidekick, joined the Gravity Wave act. Matching pilot jackets intact, these two idiosyncratic characters dubbed as “The Only Boy Band That Matters”, delighted audiences with their entertaining story based electro-pop dance songs. Never delivering the same show twice, and never taking a penny for the copies of Martyr’s Brigade (2007 LP, self-release) handed out after shows, Gravity Wave evolved into something more than just a man and his ipod.

On April 1st, 2008 the story of Gravity Wave began a new chapter with the "Free Party" a music, film, theatre and dance spectacular. In the spirit of Singing in the Rain and The Lawrence Welk show, Gravity Wave’s "Free Party" celebrated innovation in music and variety in art. April 1st also saw the release of Gravity Wave’s new EP Twin Prime Conjecture, an album that saw Farrell and co-producer Finlay Braithwait opt for fuzzed out lo-fi rock'n'roll dancers, Twin Prime Conjecture is an intricately orchestrated gem and privides a fitting soundtrack to its sister/film "Rignin' In The Songwriter".