Category: Interviews (page 1 of 79)
Harald Grosskopf is the German drummer who entered world of electronic music while still maintaining his percussive role behind the kit.
For the 40th anniversary of ‘Synthesist’, Bureau B are reissuing the album as a deluxe edition with new remixes. From his home in Berlin, Harald Grosskopf kindly spoke to The Electricity Club about how his career was liberated by electronics. Continue Reading ›
POLYCHROME’s brand of filmic dreamwave as showcased on their self-titled 2018 debut album found favour with TV producers and advertising agencies around the world.
Having recently signed to Outland Recordings, both parties are celebrating their union with the release of a brand new single ‘Starts With A Kiss’. Vicky Harrison chatted to The Electricity Club about the evolving sound of POLYCHROME. Continue Reading ›
The rise of NINA to become The Queen Of Synthwave has been remarkable. The German-born songstress has successfully straddled the line between synthwave and synthpop.
Although NINA’s popwave is still more than evident, this new record unveils a darker aesthetic and an air of cyber-expressionism. NINA spoke to The Electricity Club from her home city of Berlin about her continuing musical adventures. Continue Reading ›
Influenced by the experimental side of Synth Britannia and the groundbreaking electronica of Warp Records, Bristol-based Finlay Shakespeare has presented one of the most impressive releases of 2020 in his second album ‘Solemnities’.
Finlay Shakespeare kindly took time out and spoke to The Electricity Club about the making of 'Solemnities', its lyrical inspiration and gave a fascinating insight into the equipment involved in the album’s realisation. Continue Reading ›
Released in February 2015, ‘In Cold Blood’ was the third and so far final album by SCARLET SOHO. ‘In Cold Blood’ looked set to be SCARLET SOHO’s breakthrough from the underground to a wider audience.
James Knights and Scarlet got together again to reminisce about the making of 'In Cold Blood' with The Electricity Club and how it is a lost jewel awaiting rediscovery. Continue Reading ›