(check also the more detailed Chronology)

Gabrielles Wish first unleashed their unique intense sound onto the unsuspecting public in 1995, playing an incendiary set of gigs across the UK.
One of those who witnessed those gigs was none other than the man responsible for finding and signing up Joy Division, Rob Gretton, record label boss and partner in The Hacienda.
He immedietely offered the band a recording contract.
The band released two explosive EPs (check the Discography), and put out a raw live album.
Sadly, in 1999, Rob Gretton, mentor, manager and friend to the band, passed away before his time.
That year, the band signed a one EP deal with current Bernard Sumner manager Andrew Robinson, the label called Pleasure Records, the EP called manchester suite, named after Peter Hook's studio in which it was recorded. The EP was an all electronic affair, and caught good reviews from the national music press.
The band then started putting music out with Path media, the Cost One EP (2002), and the simply awe inspiring album, Portal, in 2003.
To follow, from 2005 to 2010 were two singles, two EPs, and three albums on the small label Small Adjustments, perhaps containing some of their best music ever.
In December 2010, the band are releasing a long lost studio album recorded way back in 1997 called Processed on the German label Plastic Frog Records.
In 2011 the band released the single The Son Of The Sun and the free Jam EP.
After some serious consideration both Karen Leatham and Bo Walsh left Gabrielles Wish.
The drumming duties were to be newly filled by Kevin Clark, a Manchester session drummer and producer.
This saw the band return to being a four piece.
Gabrielles Wish are writing the follow up to 2007's 'Circa' album, expected to be released in early to mid 2013.
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