|Birth name||Rory Attwell|
|Also known as||Raary Decihells, Rory Brattwell, R.O.R.Y. (Result Of Reckless Youth).|
|Genres||Indie rock, dance punk, post-punk|
|Instruments||Vocals, Guitar, drums|
|Labels||Domino, Trouble Records, Marshall Teller Records|
|Associated acts||Warm Brains
Sin O the East
|Wilson Bros. Venture VM-75
Fender '72 Deluxe Telecaster
Rory Attwell is a musician best known for his part in UK punk trio Test Icicles, who formed in 2004 and played a handful of concerts before disbanding on 22 April 2006, after their sold out final show at the Astoria in London. During their time together they released the album For Screening Purposes Only, and had UK Top 40 singles with "What's Your Damage" and "Circle. Square. Triangle".
Pre Test Icicles
Prior to Test Icicles, Rory had been in countless other bands, including Balls and Sin o the East.
Post Test Icicles
After Test Icicles split he went on to form RAT:ATT:AGG (later known as Wrists), with members of Bullet Union, Navajo Code and Abandon Ship. In 2006 they released their debut single Can We Fix It on Moshi Moshi records, with a limited run of 1000 7"s. In May 2007 they released an extended EP with demos and radio sessions on the Rallye/Klee label exclusively for the Japanese audience, entitled And On the First Day God Created.... They also provided remixes for bands such as Fake Shark - Real Zombie! and The Kills. However the band announced their official split on 30 November 2007 and offered fans free downloads of their songs. Attwell went on to play drums and guitar in the post punk band KASMs, but he left the band in April 2010.
He is also a notable and sought-after record producer, and under the guise 'Brattwell' has produced recordings for bands including albums for Palma Violets, Big Deal, Stagecoach, Veronica Falls, Let's Wrestle, Evans The Death, Paws. Other bands produced include S.C.U.M, The Vaccines, Yuck (band), Mazes, Male Bonding (band) amongst countless other up-and-coming indie/alternative/punk bands.
In December 2010, after his departure from the band Kasms earlier the same year, Attwell announced the release of a solo album, Old Volcanoes. It was released on Marshall Teller Records on 8 August 2011 under the guise Warm Brains, with all compositions performed, written and recorded by Attwell.
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