Followed on twitter by New Order, Boy George & BBC6 Music.
Harvesting Hope for Jack.
October 21st, 2016
This Human Condition has donated Brother Blue to the Harvesting Hope album set up to raise money for Jack Howard, a 12-year-old boy fighting cancer for the 2nd time and urgently needing treatment in L.A. Please buy the album, it's only £5 and features 45 tracks or you can just donate via the crowdfunding link below, either way, you will be helping Jack in his hour of need.
Radio interview on BCFM
(One Hour Special) March 2016
DJ Rudy from the Bristol Street Map Show on BCfm interview Jamie & Mister Minchie they talk about their debut album Project Zero. This interview was an hour long. They're hoping to find a recording of it
Rusty Egan played Breaking The Code & Psychotropic on his Electronic Family Tree Show on 19th August 2016.
Going out live on Radio stations & podcasts throughout the world.
Rusty has now played 4 tracks from Project Zero including Telepathic Heights & Brother Blue
Successful Pledge Music campaign for Project Zero.
This Human Condition's pledge music campaign for their debut album Project Zero, finished at 278% of their goal. They only needed to reach 100%. They would like to thank everyone who took part.
Review by Brian Inglis.
November 30th, 2014
Jamie and Misterminchie are invited to Support The Layers at The Louisiana in Bristol. This is one of their early performances together as This Human Condition.
June 2nd, 2015.
The Rise EP is released on all digital & streaming platforms.
CD's are released through the band's website and Rough Trade in Bristol.
Songwriting Magazine interview This Human Condition and review the Rise ep Read Here.
Rusty Egan plays Brother Blue on Artefaktor Radio - May 2016
Rusty Egan played Brother Blue on his show (around 1:18:48)
(Rusty went on to play quuite a few track from This Human Condition)
This Human Condition performed at the Bierkeller in Bristol for Battle of The Bands to win a slot at Bristol Pride 2015. They come second.
This Human Condition is back with a new EP 'Transcentury' released March 16th 2018.
The result is 4 electronic tracks inspired by flamboyant characters. Transcentury is a made up word by the band, meaning people who are not afraid to be different and stand out from the crowd. The title track invites you into their world and lists the people and the albums they are inspired by and has a dance & experimental feel. Disco Bunny is a positive upbeat futuristic disco-inspired track about a street performer called Pablo who dresses up as 'The Disco Bunny’. Sapphire is atmospheric synth about a man on the streets of Bristol (UK) who dresses in women's clothing and looks like a carnival queen. Anthemic “Pride In All Of US’ is about LGSM activist Mark Ashton (Pride Movie) and is documentary in style. Buy The Transcentury EP Here
This Human Condition perform at Glastonbury Festival 2017.
Jamie and Misterminchie performed on the Mini Pyramid stage at William's Green on Thursday 22nd June. Lisa Groves did a live Facebook feed of "Breaking The Code" Jamie performed a solo set on Saturday 24th then on Sunday 25th, the boys were interviewed live on Worthy Fm.
This Human Condition cover Madonna's Holiday for DEFSYNTH album- Oct 2016.
This Human Condition was given the challenge to record a cover of an iconic song. They chose Holiday by Madonna. It's very different and almost reinvented. It will feature on the album, A Fourth Masquerade put together by the Doncaster Electronic Foundation (DEF) free to download the entire album on 31st October 2016 via DEFSYNTH.COM or click on the links below.
Psychotropic video shown on TV.
January 15th 2016 -
This Human Condition get their new video Psychotropic featured on The Bristol Music Show on Made In Bristol TV.
Watch the full episode opposite.
Electronic North - Interview August/September 2016
Read an Interview This Human Condition did with Electronic North.
(A blog celebrating electronic music culture, from the North of the UK and beyond)
This Human Condition host an electronic event at Rough Trade Bristol
September 7th 2018 as part of EMOM set up by Martin Christie.
13 acts performed including This Human Condition, Stereo Kela, Phoenix Flare, Fourth Engine, Sapphira feat Tonestepa, Ymi-lykthat, Hektagon plus more. Photo's Here
BBC Introducing - BBC6 Music
Tom Robinson Introduced This Human Condition on his BBC-introducing show on BBC6 Music Radio and featured Rise on his 'Personal Choice' Mixtape
New EP 'Normal People Are Crazy" is realeased August 10th 2018 featuring lead single "Normal" a calypso (tronica) inspired track. Night is Gone a tropical house track and Sexpulse a fragile trap tune.
*Night is Gone has been played on BBC6Music
Psychotropic features on EMOM compilation album
You Might Not Like This [YMNLT] have teamed up with Martin Christie - the founder of the nationwide Electronic Music Open Mic [EMOM] - to bring you this one-off physical release, featuring many of the acts that have graced the EMOM nights. Including Psychotropic by This Human Condition, Performed by the boys in Nottingham at Rough Trade.
Paul Gilding - TED talk.
Track one on the Rise EP was inspired by a TED talk by Paul Gilding. Jamie sent him the song & video and he replied on twitter.
Headlining trans/forms at Hamilton House in Bristol
November 13th, 2015.
THC headlined the trans/forms event at Hamilton House, Stokes Croft, Bristol.
New Single Living For The Summertime
released June 21st 2018.
Available on every platform https://fanlink.to/tfr329
Living For The Summertime is a Synth-Pop track all about heading down to worthy farm (Glastonbury Festival) In 2017 This Human Condition performed on the Mini Pyramid stage at Glastonbury Festival, this song is inspired by that experience and their love for early electronic music.
“Living For The Summertime- Wow! Really nice tune boys!” Rusty Egan
Listen to the single premiered on Rusty's Electronic Family Tree Show on Artefaktor Radio.
(played on his radio show 15/6/18)
This Human Condition performs at The Crofters Rights in Bristol August 1st, 2018.
They perform for an hour and also film a video for their next single 'Normal' support from Lizzie Bradley. Watch the full show below.
NEW SINGLE: BREAKING THE CODE RELEASED:
JANUARY 31ST, 2017. INCLUDING 2 NEW MIXES.
April reviews the tunes: https://aprilreviewsthetunes.com/2017/02/04/breaking-the-code-by-this-human-condition/
This Human Condition Included in the
Bristol Music: Seven Decades of Sound exhibition at M-shed, in Bristol.
This Human Condition have been included in the A-Z of Bristol Bands at Bristol Music: Seven Decades of Sound exhibition at the M-Shed in Bristol (on until September 30th, 2018)
Read a review of Project Zero by Shuffl Communications.
Jordan Gray, from The Voice UK tweet This Human Condition about their track called 'Dysphoria' which is about gender dysphoria
Huffington Post Mention for appearing on Teknofonic Essentials album.
Teknofonic the independent label for This Human Condition release their first Teknofonic Essentials Vol. Featuring some of the artist on the label and including Psychotropic by This Human Condition (Track 6)
They also get a mention in the Huffington Post for the album review. Released April 14th 2016.
Bristol Pride Fundraiser and Album launch.
April 8th, 2016
The Ironworks, Bristol.
This Human Condition supported Justin Utley at the ironworks in Bristol for a Pride fundraiser on the same day as their debut album is released.
July 2015 - The Fleece, Bristol.
Performing at The Fleece in Bristol, This Human Condition performed 5 times at The Mother Of All Open Mic nights hosted by Mark Venus between July 2015 and April 2016
Radio support from Jim Gellatly on Amazing Radio - May 2016
Jim Gellatly played Telepathic Heights on is emerging talent show on Amazing Radio.
Interview with George Ladds
Read an interview THC did with George Ladds from Shining Lights.
Debut Album 'Project Zero' Released, April 8th, 2016.
Copyright This Human Condition. All rights reserved.