Rodney Cromwell

London, Greater London



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Keyboard Production Songwriting - Lyrics Songwriting - Music Vocals
Electronic Indie Rock New Wave Pop
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RODNEY CROMWELL is the acclaimed indietronica project of Adam Cresswell, the founder member of Reading indie act SALOON who recorded 3 Peel Sessions & had the John Peel Festive 50 no1 in 2002.

Blending indie pop melodies with classic electronica sounds, he utilises an arsenal of old synths, melodicas and stylophones, combining these with guitars, soaring bass lines and catchy melodies to create something utterly unique. Think the netherworld between Kraftwerk, New Order, Broadcast, Franz Kafka and Alice in Wonderland.

His latest album 'Memory Box' amassed a string of great reviews, and he has been featured in publications including NME, Huffington Post, Electronic Sound, Shindig, Louder Than War, Mobile Musician Magazine and many more with national radio play in Spain, Finland, Japan, Ireland and BBC 6 Music in the UK. In 2024 he was nominated for Best Indie Act in the Radio Wigwam awards.

"Cromwell's offbeat wit shines brightly" NME

"Magical realism meets nostalgic synthpop.... glorious" Electronic Sound

"One of the most innovative, enjoyable electronic acts around" XS Noise

The live show includes a full band and video visuals. He has played with acts including Pram, Marsheaux, Death & Vanilla, M!R!M, Rowetta, Steve Davis , Blancmange and A Flock of Seagulls and played festivals including Madrid Popfest, Threshold and Indietracks.

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