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IMI Interview

Leeds based singer / songwriter IMI has made a fine impression in 2019 as one of the most promising new synth acts of the year. Blessed with a glorious soprano in the vein of Alison Goldfrapp and Tara Busch, what has also stood out is the widescreen aesthetic of her music with sharp electronic melodies and inventive arrangements. She will be playing TEC006 at Electrowerkz in London on Saturday 30th November 2019. IMI kindly talked about her past, present and future… Continue Reading ›

THE INVINCIBLE SPIRIT Interview

The musical vehicle of Thomas Lüdke, German EBM veterans THE INVINCIBLE SPIRIT first gained wider recognition in Europe with ‘Push! in 1986. With the release of possibly his most accessible song yet in ‘Coming Home’, Thomas Lüdke has promised a new album very soon. In a break from recording, Thomas Lüdke spoke to The Electricity Club about the past, present and future of THE INVINCIBLE SPIRIT. Continue Reading ›

TRENTEMØLLER Obverse

One of the definitions of ‘Obverse’ is “the opposite or counterpart of a fact or truth” and it is this intriguing title that heralds the arrival of the fifth studio album by Danish composer / producer Anders Trentemøller. It is immaculately produced and mixed, but at its very core is an emptiness and lack of originality or emotion which means that the listener isn’t compelled to return to ‘Obverse’ after a cursory listen. Continue Reading ›

OBSESSION OF TIME Lost In Time

‘Lost In Time’ is a highly appropriate title for Swedish trio OBSESSION OF TIME’s new EP. Founded by Andreas Ohlsson and Fredrik Frostengren in 1988, they were joined by Jane Jarl and played the live circuit in southern Sweden until 1990 when real life took over and the three went their separate ways. But in 2016, they reunited to formally record and release their old songs. They have finally released a completely new body of work. Continue Reading ›

GRETA Ardent Spring – Part I

This is the story of the classically trained German chanteuse who moved to Scandinavia and found success in a Danish girl group. And when she made the move into creating something solo, she became inspired and sought the help of a Norwegian who lived in Berlin. With her FARAO produced debut EP ‘Ardent Spring - Part I’, she has entered the dreamy synthpop universe also occupied by her Norsk collaborator where her angelic vocal tones can shimmer and shine. Continue Reading ›

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