Category: Carry On Synthpop (page 1 of 3)

TEC Gold: TRANSMISSIONS ARCHIVE

Yellow+Magic+Orchestra+ymoOver the last six years, The Electricity Club has written a large number of features that fall outside of the standard interview or review format. Articles have included new artist introductions, lost albums, song listings based around a variety of topics, beginner’s guides on highly regarded personalities and TEC’s tongue-in-cheek Carry On Synthpop series. These Transmissions have been archived on a page in reverse chronological order. More inside › More Inside ›

Carry On Synthpop: THIS IS A TRENT REZNOR SONG

The Electricity Club has recently been gaining much enjoyment from a video which brutally satirises TRENT REZNOR and NINE INCH NAILS. ‘This is a Trent Reznor Song’ by FREDDY SCOTT hits the proverbial nail (sorry couldn’t resist it) on the head in deconstructing the various elements that make up a NIN song. What makes the […] More Inside ›

Carry On Synthpop: DAVID BOWIE, BRIAN ENO & TONY VISCONTI Record Warszawa

A hilarious animation satirising the Château d’Hérouville studio sessions for DAVID BOWIE’s legendary ‘Low’ album has been gaining traction on the internet. Produced by The Brothers McLeod, the short film captures Bowie, Brian Eno and Tony Visconti recording the album’s lengthy doom laden instrumental ‘Warszawa’ using a witty script and authentic voice characterisations by comedian […] More Inside ›

Carry On Synthpop: TEC’s RULES OF BEING A MUSIC JOURNALIST OR BLOGGER

Are you a budding music journalist or blogger? There are some simple rules to adhere to 😉 Based on true events experienced by The Electricity Club from involvement in websites, fanzines and publications over the years, here is a light hearted look at how following some basic steps could help your writing career prosper, either […] More Inside ›

Carry On Synthpop: SYNTHESIZER PATEL

‘Look Around You’ was a BBC2 comedy series which parodied vintage schools TV programmes and shows such as ‘Tomorrow’s World’ which showcased new advances in science and technology. The first series of eight 10-minute shorts was shown in 2002 while a second series of six 30-minute episodes broadcast in 2005. The first programme in Series […] More Inside ›

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