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Author: electricityclub (page 1 of 311)

COSAQUITOS EN GLOBO Interview

Hailing from Buenos Aires, Maru Pardo Saguier and Sebastian Cordoves have been making music as COSAQUITOS EN GLOBO since 2004. Now located in Berlin, COSAQUITOS EN GLOBO are again reflecting more of the European heritage that is a key part of Argentina. Having spent a charming evening having dinner with the couple in their adopted home last Autumn, The Electricity Club finally got round to formally chatting to COSAQUITOS EN GLOBO about their career to date. Continue Reading ›

PURITY RING Womb

If CHVRCHES are like PURITY RING then PURITY RING are like CHVRCHES, except that PURITY RING were here first! The Canadian duo consisting of Megan James on vocals and Corin Roddick in charge of synths, programming and multiple instruments, have been around since 2010, when their simplistic sparse sound heralded the arrival of special type of synthpopia. Continue Reading ›

WHITE DOOR Interview

Melodic synth trio WHITE DOOR released their only album ‘Windows’ in 1983 but despite the title song being a Record Of The Week BBC Radio1, it was unable to gain wider traction. A long awaited second album from WHITE DOOR will emerge this April. A four way collaboration between Mac Austin, John Davies, Harry Davies and Johan Baeckström, the newly confugured quartet present 'The Great Awakening'. Three of the band kindly chatted about their recorded return... Continue Reading ›

MENTRIX My Enemy, My Love

As Zola Jesus said recently, looking inwards is something she does a lot of, and in these unprecedented times, isolation and concentration on self, will be something that even the biggest extroverts will have to work on. Not too dissimilar from Ms Jesus, Sufi inspired Iranian born, Berlin based artist MENTRIX, debuts with her long player ‘My Enemy, My Love’ in which she looks towards the core of her existence. Continue Reading ›

CIRCUIT3 The Rain EP

After the unexpected success of his 2016 CIRCUIT3 debut ‘siliconchipsuperstar’, Peter Fitzpatrick bought some more synths and followed up in 2019 with ‘The Value Of Everything & The Price Of Nothing’, a dystopian Howard Jones album fashioned from the roots of Synth Britannia. Indeed, the most Howie sounding of its tracks ‘The Rain’ has been issued a single, complete with a host of remixes. CIRCUIT3 uses ‘The Rain’ as a metaphor to embrace all emotions in life. Continue Reading ›

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