Entirely self-produced, part-recorded at pioneering culture hub the Total Refreshment Centre (Jazz Re:freshed, We Out Here) and steeped in the vibrant London experimental music scene in which Dizraeli moves, The Unmaster was mixed by Dilip Harris (King Krule, Mount Kimbie) and features heavy synth work from Danalogue (The Comet Is Coming) as well as additional production from Nathan Feddo (Nao, Bellatrix) and Chango (Strangelove).
Photography and artwork for The Unmaster will be provided by Fabrice Bourgelle (Young Fathers , Ninja Tune) and music videos by rising star Taz Tron Delix . With an extensive PR campaign throughout autumn & winter 2018 (Dizraeli having smashed the £18k target for his crowdfunder and then been awarded support from Arts Council England ), The Unmaster is set to arrive as a storm in the music world.
The Unmaster will exist live as an explosive full band with musical direction and drums from Kwake (Sampha, Kate Tempest) visuals from The Light Surgeons (The Orb) and Dizraeli – who has a legendary reputation as a live performer – on vocals, keys and multiple percussion instruments.
Dizraeli’s last live project, Dizraeli & The Small Gods regularly played to crowds of thousands on festival main stages, toured O2 venues around the UK and for their farewell shows sold out the Islington Assembly Hall and the Marble Factory in Bristol. The next incarnation is eagerly awaited.