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This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding reliable references. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (July 2007) Archis Tiku Background information Birth name Archis Tiku Born 6 May 1977 (1977-05-06) (age 34) Bombay, India Genres Indie rock, Post-punk revival Occupations Musician Instruments Bass Years active 2000–Present Associated acts Maxïmo Park Notable instruments Ernie Ball Musicman Stingray bass Epiphone Thunderbird Archis Tiku (Kashmiri: अर्चिस टिकू (Devanagari), ارچس ٹِکو (Nastaleeq)) (born 6 May 1977 in Bombay, India) is a founding member and bass guitarist of British indie rock band Maxïmo Park. Biography Born to Kashmiri Pandit parents, Archis moved to the UK with his family when he was one year old. He grew up in Wigan and attended Bolton School. In 1995 he moved to Newcastle upon Tyne to study medicine at Newcastle University.[1] Whilst in halls, Archis formed a band with three other friends, one of whom was Duncan Lloyd. Finding themselves with too many guitarists and no bass guitarist, Archis stepped into the breach. Not content with completing his studies and working as a local doctor, Archis continued to appear with Duncan in various pub bands over the next few years, which ended in a fortuitous meeting with Lukas Wooller, current keyboard player of Maxïmo Park. Archis Tiku was the original shared lead singer (along with Duncan Lloyd) of Maxïmo Park, but never had any intention of being their frontman. When Paul Smith was discovered by the then-girlfriend of drummer Tom English in a pub, while he was singing along to Stevie Wonder's "Superstition", Archis turned his full concentration to playing bass. Whilst studying at Newcastle University, Archis performed with some distinction for the Medics B football team in the Intra Mural League. References ^ Archis Tiku and family interview v · d · eMaxïmo Park Paul Smith • Duncan Lloyd • Archis Tiku • Tom English • Lukas Wooller Albums A Certain Trigger • Missing Songs • Our Earthly Pleasures • Quicken the Heart Singles "The Coast Is Always Changing" • "Apply Some Pressure" • "Graffiti" • "Going Missing" • "I Want You to Stay" • "Our Velocity" • "Books from Boxes" • "Girls Who Play Guitars" • "Karaoke Plays" • "The Kids Are Sick Again" • "Questing, Not Coasting" DVDs Found on Film Related articles Warp Records • County Durham • Maxïmo Park discography Persondata Name Tiku, Archis Alternative names Short description Date of birth 6 May 1977 Place of birth Date of death Place of death This article about a British bass guitarist is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e