Maurice & Mann are a British guitar duo whose music is influenced by a number of left-field music genres including krautrock, dub, avant-garde jazz, folk, ambient and space music, film music and British electronica.

The project is a collaboration between guitarists Philip Maurice Jones and Edward James Mann. Their recordings consist largely of instrumental duets on the acoustic guitar, infused with electronic beats and samples.

Currently based between Dublin, Ireland, and Horsham, West Sussex, they began their careers during their early college years. After meeting through a mutual friend at school the two began holding informal songwriting sessions and soon discovered an enduring musical partnership.

“A hypnotic set, which had us all on the edge of our seats”.

Maurice & Mann have honed a unique sound inspired by the music they grew up with — Mogwai, Four Tet, Kings of ConvenienceBilly Mahonie, Tortoise, Fridge, Boards of Canada, Don Caballero, Sigur Rós, Nick Drake, Tommy Emmanuel — as well as many other contemporary artists from many genres. With an eclectic array of influence and technique, they have created an impressive sound that is all their own.