KITE BASE released their debut long player ‘Latent Whispers’ in 2017. Comprising of two bass guitars and electronics courtesy of a Dave Smith Instruments Tempest drum machine affectionately named Alan, the dynamic duo are SAVAGES' bassist Ayşe Hassan and the haunting vocal presence of Kendra Frost.
Kendra Frost kindly took time out to chat to The Electricity Club about the ongoing progression of KITE BASE, as well as her new found passion for synth building and sound design. Continue Reading ›
Since The Electricity Club caught THE SOFT MOON at the beginning of the year for their London date at The Dome in Tufnell Park, the act has been touring constantly in support of new album ‘Criminal’.
Essentially the one-man project of Oakland multi-instrumentalist Luis Vasquez, he kindly took time out from his busy schedule to discuss the challenges of making of 'Criminal', his diverse range of influences and the impact of working as a solo musician. Continue Reading ›
When London based electronic disco duo HEARTBREAK first appeared, they prided themselves on being “kind of how the 80s would sound today if the 90s hadn't got in the way”. HEARTBREAK went into hiatus with just one album 'Lies' to their name.
Sebastian Muravchik and Ali Renault have announced an unexpected return with a reunion gig. The duo kindly chatted to The Electricity Club about what has been happening over the last few years within the HEARTBREAK camp. Continue Reading ›
Steve Jansen has been very busy of late over the last 12 months with projects involving both music and photography. In 2015, the one-time drummer of JAPAN published ‘Through A Quiet Window’, a book of his photos taken between 1978-1991.
He kindly chatted to The Electricity Club about the genesis of his new album ‘Corridor’ and ‘Through A Quiet Window’ while also shedding light on the perception of JAPAN as a band at the height of their artistic success. Continue Reading ›
Touring can be tricky for independent acts, who can often be juggling day jobs and domestic commitments while suffering for their art. But the ‘Ohm From Ohm’ tour saw RODNEY CROMWELL, THE FRIXION, NATURE OF WIRES and VIEON undertake a two part six date jaunt.
“Lloyd from THE FRIXION got in touch and said he was putting together something and would I want to be involved” said RODNEY CROMWELL mainman Adam Cresswell... Continue Reading ›