Proving the luck of the Irish, TINY MAGNETIC PETS continue their upward momentum with imminent European tours opening for MIDGE URE and OMD.
The long-awaited third album ‘The Point Of Collapse’ is set for 2020 with all-new material. The delightful Dublin trio of Paula Gilmer, Sean Quinn and Eugene Somers kindly took some time out from rehearsals to speak to The Electricity Club about all the latest goings on within the TINY MAGNETIC PETS camp. Continue Reading ›
‘Demian’ is the third solo album from Helsinki based artist THE HEARING aka Ringa Manner. The eager Finn composes, writes and co-produces her latest output, which follows the previous two ‘Dorian’ and ‘Adrian’, completing the trilogy of her ever evolving experimental sound.
THE HEARING goes for the kill on her third long player. Sitting somewhere between modern synth and plain pop, it is definitely youthful and appealing. Continue Reading ›
She’s the artist everyone is talking about…
GEORGIA is Georgia Barnes, daughter of LEFTFIELD’s Neil Barnes and the former drummer for Kate Tempest.
But she recently made her impression with a stand-out performance of ‘Never Let You Go’ playing Simmons Drums alongside an Oberheim OB6 on ‘Later With Jools Holland’; the presentation certainly showcased her unique selling point, in a manner not dissimilar to LITTLE BOOTS in 2008. Continue Reading ›
OMD have been a recording unit for 40 years and The Electricity Club has been attending their gigs for 39 of them!
It’s been a glorious achievement so to celebrate their four decade anniversary, OMD have issued their 'Souvenir', a lavish deluxe boxed set containing 5CDs, 2 DVDs, a hardback book, a fold-out poster and a set of quality 10 inch silver-on-black art print reproductions of sleeves such as ‘Electricity’ and ‘Telegraph’. Continue Reading ›
Synth superduo FADER have followed up their 2017 debut album ‘First Light’ with a collection of slightly more minimal introspective songs ‘In Shadow’.
Comprising of Neil Arthur from BLANCMANGE and Benge, best known for his work with WRANGLER and JOHN FOXX & THE MATHS, this is a less aurally harsh proposition than modern day BLANCMANGE. Delicate in disposition, darker and moodier overtones exude with the spectre of insomnia a dominant factor. Continue Reading ›