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Under her pseudonym of Dimbleby and Capper, vocalist, producer and re-mixer Laura Bettinson is set to release her debut single Let You Go, on East London indie label TAPE (home to The Brute Chorus) in March 2011.
Following the underground critical acclaim of her self-released 2009 debut EP Slick Maturity, Bettinson continues to demonstrate her dynamic and original approach to songwriting and production, effortlessly exhibited on her debut single Let You Go and forthcoming debut album set to drop late 2011. Credibly bridging the gap between uplifting pop and underground electronica, D&C has gained fans in respected names as Groove Armada and Band of Skulls, both of whom she has provided remixes. As well as the “6th member of Radiohead” producer and Atom’s For Peace member, Nigel Godrich, with whom D&C has forged several collaborative side projects.
Once a one-women project D&C, since it’s conception in 2009, has flourished into a creative company encompassing music, design, fashion and their renowned D.I.Y parties. Now comprising of a four-piece band, dance troupe with a plethora of costumes, D&C live shows are a captivating spectacle waiting to be witnessed.
With a BBC Maida Vale Session for Huw Stephens already under her belt, performances at Latitude and Glastonbury festivals and recent support slots for Local Natives, Chew Lips and Edward Sharpe, D&C with her soaring vocals and strong production will undoubtedly be a one to watch for 2011.
D&C – Let You Go
D&C – Raise It Right
D&C – Fort Song
D&C – Slick Maturity