The Rhythm Method were a pop band formed in Belfast in late 1983 from the remnants of a couple of earlier Belfast bands. They played commercial pop/dance rock with funk and synthpop touches, very much of it's time. They were managed initially by Mark Kelly, who also managed Ten Past Seven.
The band played a showcase gig in February 1985 which attracted much record company interest and led to a publishing deal with Stiff Records in 1986 and a BBC Radio One session. They switched management to Anglo-Irish Plugging in London. Despite this record company interest, they chose to self-release their debut single with the aid of local (Irish) sponsorship deals. Ironically this sponsorship later scuppered a deal that was being worked out with CBS in mid-1986. The band continued playing and recording into 1988 but their chance had gone and they split.
The band's myspace page contains several of their recordings.
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