James AtkinVocals
Ian DenchGuitar
Derran BrownsonKeyboards
Zac FoleyBass
Mark DecloedtDrums

EMF Artistfacts

  • Name stands for Epson Mad Funkers, which is the label for fans of the band New Order.
  • It was rumored that their name stood for Ecstasy Mother F**kers.
  • Their album Schubert Dip is a play on words. Sherbet Dip is a British candy and Schubert is a classical composer. Guitarist Ian Dench was quoted as saying: "If ever I'm short of a chord sequence I nick one from Schubert."
  • Dench is a graduate of Oxford.
  • Foley died in 2002. He was 31.


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