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Andy McCluskey and Paul Humphreys were doing just fine on their own, performing in a special two-man format the music of their longtime British synth-pop group, Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark, but toward the end of their set Friday afternoon at the Spin's SXSW day party at ', they decided to welcome a third member.
"Our new bass player is going to take over for us," McCluskey said, calling Moby -- who'd already introduced the group and spoken effusively about their influence -- to the stage.
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Getty Images After their abbreviated set Friday night (March 18) at South By Southwest due to a camera boom falling and injuring four people, Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark bassist and singer Andy McCluskey said he expected the b... Read Post