Industrial Art Pop Trio from London, UK



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Autorotation - industrial art pop from London with two drummers, throbbing beats, crunchy electronic noises and gorgeous female vocals. Environmental politics, anarchy and feminism wrapped in energetic, soaring anthems.

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Autorotation are an industrial art-pop trio from London, UK. Combining voices and acoustic instruments with synths, samplers and visuals, they create compelling and unique performances. Robyn Sellman, Laura Tanner and Igor Olejar are multi-instrumentalists who are not afraid to experiment with sounds and arrangements inside a relatively conventional pop song format. With influences ranging from Laibach, Killing Joke, Aphex Twin to David Sylvian and Kate Bush, Autorotation are at the same time accessible, intriguing and experimental.


"Really interesting stuff... Reminds me of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop in a way, but obviously a stage or two on from that." - Rick Wakeman (composer and keyboardist for Yes, David Bowie)

"I was not prepared for the pounding ferocity displayed by Autorotation at their recent show! You must see this and experience Autorotation for yourself! Run! Do not walk!" - Howie Beno (producer and co-writer for Ministry, Depeche Mode, Blondie)

“Refreshing and accomplished” - Manchester Music

“Autorotation kinda make modern 'symphonic' music that I could see being delivered to a mind-numbed audience at an 'alternative Proms' kinda gig. (…) definitely music to invigorate and excite” - Toxic Pete

“Autorotation are a band whose eccentricities feel natural, unforced, and the listener feels warmly invited into their world as a result” - Tom Clayton (Live Music Scene)

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Shows and Availability

If you would like to book Autorotation for a performance, please send an email to

We require at least 2 weeks notice

Upcoming dates:

October 4, 2019 - The Stag's Head, London

December 7, 2019 - Sheffield Goth Festival