BBC Introducing with Tom Robinson on 6 music

An interview with This Human Condition

Mister Minchie and Jamie Jamal talking music. 

Instagram https://instagram.com/thishumancondition/

This Human Condition's Tribute to Chester Bennington of Linkin Park at Weston Pride 29th July, 2017.

Where can I buy Project Zero + Rise on CD? 

Rex - The Concept Store, Cabot Circus, Bristol, (Including T-shirts) UK

Rise Music independent Record Store - The Triangle, Bristol, UK

Coexist Shop in Hamilton House, Stokes Croft, Bristol. UK

Trading Post, Stroud, UK

Swordfish, Birmingham. UK

Big Cartel Online shop Worldwide

Plus all the streaming and digital download platforms in the world

Tom Robinson played Rise by This Human Condition on his BBC6Music introducing show and also featuring it on his "Personal Selection" Mixtape.



Listen to the show on the SoundCloud link below.


This Human Condition’s second single from their debut album ‘Project Zero’ is set to a dark, twisting and introspective atmosphere with Erasure-esque soundscapes. Written on the day Alan Turing received a posthumous royal pardon, ‘Breaking The Code’ is a tribute to the enigma code breaker.

By strange Coincidence released on January 31st, 2017.

The Same day as thousands of gay people were pardoned for past convictions.

The release features two contrasting remixes from Sauerwelt and LPF. 

Biography

This Human Condition is a British electronic musical duo formed in January 2015 by Jamie Jamal and Jason Lee Mince a.k.a (Mister Minchie) The duo joined Teknofonic Recordings [http://teknofonic.com/artist/this-human-condition] in May 2015 and released the EP 'Rise' on June 2nd, 2015 [https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/rise-ep/id992230114] They began work on their debut album working with Moridcus, Insulin Junky, Stephen Howell and Paul Whitrow. Their debut album 'Project Zero' [https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/project-zero/id1091655781] was released on April 8th, 2016. Their first single Telepathic Heights released in June 2016 is about a riot that took place in the Stokes Croft area of Bristol in 2011. [https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/telepathic-heights-single/id1122175712] The second single Breaking The Code released on January 31st, 2017 [https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/breaking-the-code-single/id1190017354] a song about enigma code breaker Alan Turing, coincidently released on the same day as thousands of gay men were pardoned for gross indecency in the UK. All releases are available on most digital and streaming platforms including Spotify [https://open.spotify.com/artist/0znj3BvnqshksXTAAszM8W] Psychotropic (Lobotomy Mix) a track from Project Zero is featured on Teknofonic Essentials vol 1 released in April 2016 [https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/teknofonic-essentials-vol-1/id1098243188] Telepathic Heights from Project Zero is featured on Vol 2 Released Dec 2016 [https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/teknofonic-essentials-vol-2/id1178796011]  Both compilation albums featuring various artist on the Teknofonic label. [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teknofonic_Recordings]

This Human Condition is mentioned in the Huffington Post as part of the album review[http://www.huffingtonpost.com/morena-duwe/new-album-reviews-teknofo_b_9544002.html] The track 'Rise' has been played on BBC Radio6Music BBCintroducing by Tom Robinson [https://soundcloud.com/this-human-condition/rise-on-bbcintroducing] in June 2016 and featured on Tom's personal mix tape. Rusty Egan (Blitz Kid, Visage, Ultravox) has played 4 tracks from Project Zero on his Electronic Family Tree Radio Show [https://www.mixcloud.com/rustyegan/etf-2016-06-25/] Jim Gellatly has played Telepathic Heights and Breaking The Code on his radio show on Amazing Radio [http://amazingtunes.com/thishumancondition/thc]  The duo ran 2 successful completed Pledge Music campaigns to help fund the making of their EP & LP [http://www.pledgemusic.com/projects/thishumanconditionrise-ep] & [http://www.pledgemusic.com/projects/thishumancondition-projectzero] The duo consider themselves mostly a D.I.Y band and self-manage. Although the duo is signed to a small independent label this mostly means Teknofonic deal with the digital side of releases.

They have been playlisted by many community radio stations around the world including Amazing Radio, Channel Radio, Glastonbury FM, RKC Radio (France) Artefaktor Radio (Mexico) Radio Coolio (Canada) Valley Fm (Australia) 

TV - The Bristol Music Show. https://youtu.be/-jEp6zAtX8I

Press including Huffington Post, Songwriting magazine, Electronic North, Essentially Pop and Shining Lights.

[http://www.huffingtonpost.com/morena-duwe/new-album-reviews-teknofo_b_9544002.html]

[http://www.songwritingmagazine.co.uk/interviews/introducing-this-human-condition/24194]

[http://www.electronicnorth.co.uk/new-music-this-human-condition-breaking-the-code]

[http://essentiallypop.com/epop/2017/01/this-human-condition-celebrate-alan-turing-with-new-song-breaking-the-code

[https://www.shininglights.co.uk/articles/interview-with-this-human-condition]

Live - This Human Condition have played live in local Bristol venues including, The Louisiana, The Fleece, The Bierkeller & Hamilton House.

In the summer of 2017, This Human Condition performed at Glastonbury Festival, Pride (Weston-super-mare)The Memorial Stadium (Bristol Rovers ground) at the Food & Drink Festival plus their first gig in London (Whitechapel on 22nd August 2017)

(Updated September 2017)

About


This Human Condition is Jamie Jamal & Misterminchie, Formed in Bristol in January 2015, blending many different styles of experimental electronica including synth pop, trip hop, house, trance, dub-step etc... and creating a sort of Handbag punk sound. Think Early Depeche Mode meets a darker Erasure! The duo ran two successful pledge music campaigns to help fund both EP & LP. Releases include; Rise (EP) Project Zero (LP) Telepathic Heights (Single) Breaking The Code (Single) Tom Robinson has played title track Rise on his BBC introducing show on 6Music & Personal Mixtape. Rusty Egan & Jim Gellatly have both playlisted tracks from their debut album 'Project Zero' on their radio shows. Plus support from local radio and TV as well as community radio stations around the world. The duo are signed to a small independent label called Teknofonic