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The pair developed their sound from influences of performers at the Mill, and were inspired to form their own group, "The Ting Tings".

The Ting Tings performed at the i Tunes Live London Festival in the KOKO nightclub in July 2008; the performance was released as a downloadable EP in the i Tunes Store under the title i Tunes Live: London Festival ‘08.While De Martino was in Manchester, the pair bumped into each other and discovered they had a mutual love of Portishead.De Martino relocated to Islington Mill Studios (the Mill) in the Salford, Greater Manchester area.The Ting Tings are an English indie pop duo from Salford, Greater Manchester.The duo's debut studio album, We Started Nothing, was released on by Columbia Records and peaked at number one on the UK Albums Chart.In conjunction with NME and HMV, the band contributed a demo version of "Great DJ" to a limited-audience, 5,000-copies-only, 10" vinyl release of all the artists on the NME Awards Tour.

In late March 2008, The Ting Tings joined with Alphabeat and The Fratellis to play as part of the MTV Spanking New Music Tour, at a gig held at the Islington Academy in London.

The Ting Tings are an English indie pop duo from Salford, Greater Manchester, formed in 2007.

The band consists of Katie White (vocals, guitar, bass drums, bass guitar, cowbells) and Jules De Martino (drums, lead guitar, bass guitar, vocals, piano).

The first single released on Columbia was "Great DJ", which received considerable airplay on BBC Radio 1 and XFM in the UK and praise from magazines such as NME. The band's debut album, We Started Nothing, was released in May 2008 and entered the UK Albums Chart at number one, following the single "That's Not My Name", which topped the singles chart.

Subsequent singles were "Shut Up and Let Me Go", which peaked at number six, "Be the One" (number 28) and "We Walk" (number 58).

"Fruit Machine" was a released as limited-edition, 500-only, seven-inch single on Legendre Starkie Records (the band's own label), which was only available at the group's gigs at Islington Mill in Salford, Electrowerkz in Islington, Berlin, Germany and at Glasslands in Brooklyn, New York City.