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DUDLEY – JECZALIK – LANGAN Live at The British Library

With THE ART OF NOISE’s  influential and innovative reputation, this live gig was never going to be an ordinary one. The British Library is certainly not your run of the mill venue either and this show was part of ‘A Season of Sound’. With their reputation as early pioneers of sampling and use of the Fairlight to grab found sounds alongside more conventional drums and synth textures, this reboot of THE ART OF NOISE made a perfect fit to help celebrate the Library’s own collection of audio. Continue Reading ›

NINA Sleepwalking

‘Sleepwalking’ is the long-awaited debut album from the classically trained German songstress NINA. It was her third single ‘My Mistake’ that became her breakthrough song. It contains some of her most personal work yet. Beginning the long player, nocturnal warmth exudes from ‘Beyond Memory’, demonstrating how NINA’s own brand of pulsating electronic pop acts as a bridge between synthwave and synthpop. Continue Reading ›


An enjoyable melancholic exploration in sound, ‘Mary Casio: Journey To Cassiopeia’ is an intriguing listen that experiments with and successfully blends seemingly incongruous timbres. It is the work of HANNAH PEEL and tells the story of a fictional elderly musical stargazer. HANNAH PEEL kindly took time out to talk to The Electricity Club about how the ‘Journey to Cassiopeia’ has lifted off… Continue Reading ›

CREEP SHOW Mr Dynamite

CREEP SHOW is an electronic meeting of minds between eclectic US singer / songwriter John Grant and the dark analogue electro of WRANGLER, the trio comprising Stephen Mallinder, Phil Winter and Benge. The first fruit of this collaboration is 'Mr Dynamite' - an album which was recorded in Cornwall following the move of Benge’s Memetune studio from its original Hoxton location. ‘Mr Dynamite’ is a really fresh and uncontrived sounding album. Continue Reading ›

A Short Conversation with RODNEY CROMWELL

Like the sound of GIORGIO MORODER played through a Soviet Foxtrot submarine intercom system, ‘Comrades’ is the brand new single from RODNEY CROMWELL. The musical vehicle of musician and Happy Robots Records CEO Adam Cresswell, it comes from 'Rodney's English Disco' EP, the first all new material since the critically acclaimed ‘Age Of Anxiety’. He kindly chatted to The Electricity Club about life, synths and the Happy Robots way… Continue Reading ›

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