Until the Ribbon Breaks Announces June Residency at LA's Bootleg Theatre

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Having recently relocated to Los Angeles, UK experimental collective Until The Ribbon Breaks are telling the world they've arrived with the announcement of a month long residency at Bootleg Theatre LA where every Monday throughout June they will be "breaking molds with their avant-garde, genre-melting productions".

So far this year the trio, comprised of multi-talented producer, DJ, singer, songwriter and visual artist Pete Lawrie-Winfield, James Wolujewicz and Elliot Wall, released a four-tracked EP, 'The Other Ones' which quickly climbed to number seven in the iTunes electronic chart and is available now in the US on iTunes.

Having wrapped up three sell out North American tours supporting Lorde, Phantogram and Delorean and drawing packed crowds at SXSW this year, post residency the band plan to get back in the studio to add the final touches to their upcoming debut album.

As well as working on their own tracks the band continues to make waves amongst the blogosphere with their skillfully woven, innovative "re-imaginations" of original tracks, including Sam Smith's "Nirvana", Lorde's "Royals" and Phantogram's "Fall in Love", which reached number one on the Hype Machine Remix chart last month.

For more information on Until the Ribbon Breaks and their upcoming residency in LA, be sure to visit www.untiltheribbonbreaks.com, and look for more to come from the multi-talented UK experimental group in the months to come!