Chris Payne is perhaps best known as a sideman to Gary Numan and co-writing ‘Fade To Grey’ with Billy Currie and Midge Ure for VISAGE. But more recently, Payne released his second solo work 'The Falling Tower', an ambitious concept album with neo-classical stylings about “a social and political armageddon”.
The Rouen-based Cornishman took time out to chat to The Electricity Club about ‘The Falling Tower’ and the various projects he is currently involved in… Continue Reading ›
Essex duo Paul Hammond and Ian Cooper recently returned as ULTRAMARINE with their ‘Signals into Space’ album.
Initially part of A PRIMARY INDUSTRY, the pair have guided ULTRAMARINE on an eclectic musical pathway taking in along the way folk, acid house, Latin, jazz and techno influences.
Paul Hammond and Ian Cooper kindly spoke about their new album, their musical history together and the experience of working with SOFT MACHINE’s Robert Wyatt. Continue Reading ›
QUEEN OF HEARTS is the musical vehicle of Elizabeth Morphew. Her debut album 'Cocoon' was a fine collection of electropop that reflected “love, loss, heartbreak, betrayal”. The sessions featured three notable collaborations with the Berlin based producer Mark Reeder.
Following a break from music, QUEEN OF HEARTS returned in 2018 with 'Cold' and 'The Water Between Us'. She invited The Electricity Club to her palace to chat about her career to date and much more… Continue Reading ›
Synthilicious ditties aren’t usually the thing of the colder climates of Toronto, but as far DANA JEAN PHOENIX is concerned, the Atari worthy tracks flow like liquid candy; pink and glossy, sweet and retro.
DANA JEAN PHOENIX offers feel good music that doesn’t have to be too serious and too complicated. With a European tour approaching and an Outland hosted event in London at Easter, The Electricity Club had the pleasure to chat with the Alternative Ice Maiden. Continue Reading ›
Having released two EPs ‘Awake’ and ‘The Crown’ plus a progressive singular experiment ‘Red Moon Voyage’, FIFI RONG is in a buoyant artistic mood and relishing a spirit of newly found independence.
Playful yet melancholic, accessible yet intriguing, the Beijing–born starlet goes back to 'Awake' for her latest visual presentation. She took time out to chat to The Electricity Club about ‘Sin City’. Continue Reading ›