ALISON MOYET returns with a new album ‘Other’ this June while the Autumn sees her embark on a substantial world tour. Moyet’s recent single ‘Reassuring Pinches’, with its brooding synth arpeggios acts as a deliciously dark trailer.
The Electricity Club were extremely pleased to be invited to speak to ALISON MOYET again and she chatted about her ‘Other’ opus and topics such as social media and being European…More inside ›
KELLI ALI first came to public attention as the lead singer of SNEAKER PIMPS. Their debut album ‘Becoming X’ featured the hit singles ‘6 Underground’ and ‘Spin Spin Sugar’.
Since her first solo album ‘Tigermouth’ in 2003, KELLI ALI has recorded a further four records in her own name. She kindly answered a few questions from The Electricity Club about her new project ‘Ghostdriver’ as well as reflecting on her career and continuing development as an artist…More inside ›
Named after an Andy Warhol painting, Mansfield’s B-MOVIE made their recorded debut with their ‘Take Three’ EP via the Lincoln-based indie label Dead Good in 1980. Their song ‘Moles’ was included on the now iconic ‘Some Bizarre Album’ released in early 1981.
With B-MOVIE playing further live shows this year, the band kindly took time out to chat to TEC about the band’s past, present and future…More inside ›
Despite having only three albums in their back catalogue, Sweden’s DAYBEHAVIOR have been around since 1996 when they released their debut long player ‘:Adored’.
MARSHEAUX’s remix of their song ‘It’s A Game’ will be featuring on The Electricity Club’s upcoming compilation released by Undo Records and with DAYBEHAVIOR close to completing their fourth opus ‘Based on a true story’, the trio kindly chatted to The Electricity Club.More inside ›
Combining musical template of THE HUMAN LEAGUE with lyrical wit of PULP, YOUNGER YOUNGER 28s were the shining light in synthpop during an era full of dour landfill indie like TRAVIS following the fallout from Britpop.
17 years on, The Electricity Club managed to trace Ashley Reaks somewhere in the city of London; he kindly chatted about the period when he “was nearly a crap pop star…”More inside ›