Synthilicious ditties aren’t usually the thing of the colder climates of Toronto, but as far DANA JEAN PHOENIX is concerned, the Atari worthy tracks flow like liquid candy; pink and glossy, sweet and retro.
DANA JEAN PHOENIX offers feel good music that doesn’t have to be too serious and too complicated. With a European tour approaching and an Outland hosted event in London at Easter, The Electricity Club had the pleasure to chat with the Alternative Ice Maiden. Continue Reading ›
If ‘The Falling Tower’, the second solo album by Chris Payne has a familiar ring to it, then you are not mistaken.
“Last year I rushed out an ELECTRONIC CIRCUS album of the same name and I wasn’t happy with it.” said the one-time Numan sideman, “If you’re writing an album about the collapse of modern civilisation, it’s not going to be all about ‘Jigs and Reels’.”The end result has Chris Payne reworking the album in an Industrial Classical Electronic style Continue Reading ›
Having released two EPs ‘Awake’ and ‘The Crown’ plus a progressive singular experiment ‘Red Moon Voyage’, FIFI RONG is in a buoyant artistic mood and relishing a spirit of newly found independence.
Playful yet melancholic, accessible yet intriguing, the Beijing–born starlet goes back to 'Awake' for her latest visual presentation. She took time out to chat to The Electricity Club about ‘Sin City’. Continue Reading ›
It seems an age since the sumptuous ‘Shadow’ was released in 2015. But since then, what has now become CHROMATICS' signature song has been recognised by David Lynch himself and ended up in the revisit to ‘Twin Peaks', which is fine vindication considering its source of inspiration.
However, while the long awaited album ‘Dear Tommy’ has yet to have a firm release date, the quartet have unleashed a new single entitled ‘Time Rider’. Continue Reading ›
Brooding Parisian duo DOUBLE MIXTE have scored a major coup with their debut EP ‘Romance Noire’ by joining the Italians Do It Better family, home to CHROMATICS, GLASS CANDY and many others.
Produced and mixed by head honcho Johnny Jewel, 'Romance Noire' comprises of four tracks and three variations on the theme, tied together by the creative synergy of Clara Apolit and Thomas Maan. 'Romance Noire' showcases the varied index of possibilities emerging from DOUBLE MIXTE Continue Reading ›