After JAPAN split at the end of 1982, drummer Steve Jansen and keyboardist Richard Barbieri partnered up for the JVC commissioned instrumental work ‘Worlds In A Small Room’ released in Spring 1985 to accompany a documentary on the Space Shuttle Challenger.
But for their song-based project, the pair named themselves THE DOLPHIN BROTHERS and issued a long player entitled ‘Catch The Fall’ in Autumn 1987 on Virgin Records. More Inside ›
Over the last six years, The Electricity Club has written a large number of features that fall outside of the standard interview or review format.
Articles have included new artist introductions, lost albums, song listings based around a variety of topics, beginner’s guides on highly regarded personalities and TEC’s tongue-in-cheek Carry On Synthpop series. These Transmissions have been archived on a page in reverse chronological order. More inside ›
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Denmark’s SPLEEN UNITED somehow never quite managed to break through the glass ceiling of widespread electronic music popularity – being blessed with the kind of misrepresentative band name which conjured images of a third division UK punk band arguably didn’t help their cause either. ‘School of Euphoria’ was the follow up to 2011’s ‘Neanderthal’, a […] More Inside ›
It seems strange now, but when ‘Communication’ was released in 2003, it was KARL BARTOS’ return to electronica, following the ill-fated guitar driven excursion ‘Electric Music’ of 1998. But just as ‘Communication’ hit the shelves, an elephant entered the room in the shape of his former band KRAFTWERK; they released their first album of new […] More Inside ›
As far as Germany’s leading electropop bands go, MINERVE had implanted themselves quite quickly into the scene, after forming in 2002. Compromised of Mathias Thürk and Daniel Wollatz, demanding studio sessions gave birth to their first long player entitled ‘Breathing Avenue’. ‘Please’, which was released in 2010, remains the group’s most acknowledged album. It was […] More Inside ›