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FIFI RONG Sin City

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 ›

CHROMATICS Time Rider

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 ›

DOUBLE MIXTE Romance Noire EP

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 ›

SPELLLING Mazy Fly

“A winged spirit” moving through SPELLLING’s new album is ‘Mazy Fly’. Chrystia Cabral, known as SPELLLING, is based in the Bay Area. Having started sound experimentation in 2015, her first long player ‘Pantheon of Me’ in 2017 was drawn from images in her dreams, making her vision as unique as it is ubiquitous. 'Mazy Fly' follows in the footsteps of dream imagination, combining the elements of fear of destruction and the thrill of the exploration of the unknown. Continue Reading ›

FRONT LINE ASSEMBLY Interview

Bill Leeb is unimpressed with the Super Bowl half-time show. The best the NFL could muster for the break in the biggest game in the American sports season was MAROON 5, who showed twice as many nipples as Janet Jackson and a tenth of the melody of Taylor Swift. We’re speaking the day after the event, but not about Tom Brady’s passing game. Leeb’s main band, FRONT LINE ASSEMBLY, has a new album to share ’Wake Up The Coma’. Continue Reading ›

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