‘Non Stop Electronic Cabaret’ hosted by music and culture blog Cold War Night Life was an event where quality prevailed over quantity, the sold-out show featuring an esteemed international line-up comprising of RATIONAL YOUTH, PAGE and PSYCHE was rammed from the minute that the opening act took to the stage of The Islington.
The Electricity Club often goes on about how the best electronic music events are curated by electronic music fans and Cold War Night Life did it again. Continue Reading ›
SOFT CELL’s final concert really was a wild celebration and an explosion of feelings!
London’s O2 Arena was where everyone wanted to be as luminaries such as Claudia Brücken, Rusty Egan, Jarvis Cocker, Mark Moore, Mark White, David Walliams and Andy Fletcher made the special trip, along with nearly 20,000 people from all parts of the globe. It has been an unbelievable journey of ups and downs and ups for Marc Almond and Dave Ball. Continue Reading ›
Wacky and wondrous, young Norwich duo LET’S EAT GRANDMA gave a refreshing sign at London’s Heaven that the anti-X Factor generation really does exist!
Comprising of Rosa Walton (vocals, keyboards + guitar) and Jenny Hollingworth (vocals, keyboards, recorder + sax), the pair met as 4 year olds at school. Often acting as if they were twins, their "experimental sludge pop" was showcased via their appropriately titled debut album ‘I, Gemini’, a work crammed with vivid imagination. Continue Reading ›
Returning to the UK after a successful Spring 2017 stint, ASSEMBLAGE 23 again packed their favourite London venue Electrowerkz with their dark industrial flavoured synthpop.
Opening proceedings were WITCH OF THE VALE, while on their second successive UK tour with for ASSEMBLAGE 23, RAINLAND were very much the party animals who utilised their down-to-earth weegie personas to act as cheerleaders for the headline act. Continue Reading ›
The O2 Academy in Islington saw the opening night of the highly anticipated co-headlining tour by industrial giants DIE KRUPPS and FRONT LINE ASSEMBLY.
According to DIE KRUPPS main synth man Ralf Dörper, the headliner position was decided on a coin toss, with FRONT LINE ASSEMBLY taking the main slot in London. Without wanting to resort to too many cliches, DIE KRUPPS are now a well-oiled maschine. Continue Reading ›