Blue States (band)

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Blue States
Origin London, England
Genres Trip hop, experimental, electronica, downtempo
Years active 1997–present
Labels Memphis Industries

Blue States are an English electronic music group, headed up by Andy Dragazis. The band has been active since 1997, and is currently working, based in London, England. There have been four albums to date, the latest 'First Steps Into...' in 2007, with a B-sides collection Sum Of The Parts in 2009 only available from the iTunes Store. A track from their 2002 album Man Mountain, "Season Song", appeared on the soundtrack to the British horror film, 28 Days Later. [dated info]

Vocals on the album Man Mountain were provided by Tahita Bulmer, who is now a member of New Young Pony Club.

In 2008, Blue States contributed the song "Hello Kombai" to the Survival International charity album, Songs for Survival.


  • Nothing Changes Under the Sun (2000)
  • Man Mountain (2002)
  • The Soundings (2004)
  • First Steps Into... (2007)
  • Sum Of The Parts (2009), a B-Sides collection only available from the iTunes Store


Andy Dragazis - keyboards, programming, sampler
Sam Walker - guitars
John Chandler- bass guitar
Chris Carr - drums<

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