After over five years of dancing, laughing, drinking and loving, premiere London electronic club night Bedsitland is to call it a day. Since 2008, Bedsitland have been a credit to the scene, sticking their necks out in support of a combination of synth and pop
Among the bands they championed were VILE ELECTRODES, THE MODERN and TENEK. Pete Steer and Geoff Pinckney’s rousing electro-rock sets have graced the Bedsitland stage on no less than three occasions. Continue Reading ›
KID KASIO is Nathan Cooper, once of THE MODERN. His retro but contemporary flavoured pop sound on his debut album heralds a new era for one man and his synth.
The Electricity Club had the pleasure of speaking to Nathan Cooper about the KID KASIO project in a break during preparations for his forthcoming 'Kasiotone' album launch party at premiere London electro night Bedsitland in January. Continue Reading ›
SHH hail from Buenos Aires and have had domestic success with their brand of sun-kissed electronic power pop. They’ve now adapted their sound with newly translated English lyrics for the prestigious Northern European electro market.
Fronted by the alluring peroxide blonde Diana Huarte on vocals with Daniel Gorostegui on synths and programming, they delivered an energetic set at monthly London electro night Bedsitland to launch their new single. Continue Reading ›
London electro clubnight Bedsitland celebrated its second birthday at The Buffalo Bar in Highbury Corner with a live set by THE MODERN.
Now, any band that has a keyboardist named Chi is fine in The Electricity Club's book but primarily playing a set of new material, they showed the promise that was evident when they supported HEAVEN 17 at The Scala in late 2005. Continue Reading ›