After a seven year absence, SARAH NIXEY is back with a nocturnal new album called ‘Night Walks’. Written whilst struggling with insomnia during a recovery from illness, her songs are set in a metropolitan sub-world where everyone dodges the dangers of reality.
Nixey first won the hearts of audiences as the lead singer of BLACK BOX RECORDER. She kindly embarked on a night walk with The Electricity Club to chat about her new album and the current state of the music industry… Continue Reading ›
EXIT NORTH are the brooding quartet who comprise of Thomas Feiner, Steve Jansen, Ulf Jansson and Charles Storm. The combo are about to release their magnificent debut album ‘Book of Romance and Dust’, a captivating collection of nine songs seeded in Gothenburg and swathed in a variety of wintery instrumental colours.
Steve Jansen kindly chatted to The Electricity Club about the genesis and realisation of EXIT NORTH. Continue Reading ›
Scottish singer and songwriter PAUL HAIG was a member of JOSEF K who released their only album ‘The Only Fun In Town’ on Postcard Records in 1981. After he went solo, he released some of the best electronic pop singles of the period on the prestigious Belgian label Les Disques du Crépuscule.
This Autumn sees Haig return to Les Disques du Crepuscule to present his most ambitious studio album yet, he spoke to The Electricity Club about his musical adventure in ‘The Wood’… Continue Reading ›
With their brand new album 'Kinetik', pop trio EKKOES are continuing their upward momentum following a prestigious slot opening for THE HUMAN LEAGUE on 2016’s ‘A Very British Synthesizer Group’ tour. EKKOES released their well-received debut album 'Elekktricity' in Summer 2016.
Dave Fawbert from EKKOES kindly took time out from rehearsals for their album launch gig in London for 'Kinetik' to answer a few questions from The Electricity Club about their career to date… Continue Reading ›
BLANCMANGE’s Neil Arthur is probably the most prolific man in electronic music at the moment. Hot on the heels of 2017’s ‘Unfurnished Rooms’ comes ‘Wanderlust’, an album which sees a more expansive sonic palette after the minimalistic approach of its predecessor.
In a break from making preparations to head out on another concert tour this Autumn, Neil Arthur kindly chatted to The Electricity Club about the making of BLANCMANGE’s latest opus. Continue Reading ›