Baxter Dunlop

Baxter Dunlop used to be the singer/songwriter in The Toy Guns and was signed to EMI. ┬áThe Toy Guns toured Japan and received regular national airplay.┬áSince then Baxter has mainly been writing and recording in his basement studio and has received recognition from BBC Introducing and Tom Robinson for his latest track ‘Connecting Dots’.

Baxter Dunlop makes music out of stickle bricks, music for fist fights, music to dance to, music for punks, music for the new wave, music for the old wave, music to fall off your bike to, music to drive your car to, music to burn your toast to, music for the low end, music for the high end, music for post-punks, music for electros, music for those who watch internet streams, music for guitars, music for synths, music for pets, music for overpriced transport, music to drink to, music to smoke to, music for those who try too hard, music for out of date meat, music for bad make-up and fake nails, music for greasy spoons, music for vinyl, music for digital, music for sleep deprivation, music for bad hair, music for the one that got away, music for the soul, music for schizophrenic glamour, music for film, music for clubs, music for those old enough to know better, music for riots, music for city folk, music for country folk, music for slashback razors, music to skate to, music for the masses, music for the classes.