‘And You Thought You Were Normal: A Documentary Film About NASH THE SLASH’ asks what it is like to be an artist who is “not normal”. As it heads into post-production, a crowd funding campaign has been in progress to bring the project to completion.
Back in 2010, Stephen Roper interviewed NASH THE SLASH for his GARY NUMAN book ‘Back Stage: A Book Of Reflections’; he has kindly given permission to publish edited extracts of his delightful conversation with a unique individual. Continue Reading ›
Since she founded her own Emika Records in 2014, EMIKA has been a fine example of a modern independent artist.
With a new album ‘Falling In Love With Sadness’ just released, Berlin-based Anglo-Czech musician and producer Ema Jolly is on an artistic high with what has been her most powerfully cathartic and personal musical statement yet. Ema Jolly kindly chatted to The Electricity Club about her creative ethos. Continue Reading ›
After a ten year absence, Masterminded For Success are back! And the iconic Berlin label founded by Mark Reeder which discovered PAUL VAN DYK and COSMIC BABY have signed STOLEN, the hottest band in China, for the next leg of their musical journey.
STOLEN are part of a new generation of creative Chinese artists who have combined East with West. The Electricity Club chatted to Liang Yi, lead singer of STOLEN, about the development of the band and the music scene in China. Continue Reading ›
MAN WITHOUT COUNTRY is the musical moniker of Welsh musician, vocalist and producer Ryan A James.
MAN WITHOUT COUNTRY will release a new Pledge Music-funded album entitled ‘Infinity Mirror’ on 26th October. James describes the new work as "an anxiety-fuelled indulgence in retrospection” and kindly spoke to The Electricity Club about its gestation, collaborating with RÖYKSOPP and the importance of crowdfunding. Continue Reading ›
With her forthcoming second album 'Pure-O', Berlin-based Norwegian songstress FARAO brings a prog pop exposition on the dichotomy between beauty and destructiveness in sex and relationships.
The musical vehicle of Kari Jahnsen, what has particularly distinguished ‘Pure-O’ from its folk-tinged 2015 predecessor ‘Till It’s All Forgotten’ is an interest in analogue synthesizers. She took time out to chat about the genesis of the new FARAO album, Soviet synths and much more… Continue Reading ›