Last year saw yet another metamorphosis for the legendary John Fryer, this time masquerading as BLACK NEEDLE NOISE.
A year on, and the noise magician is ready to serve his follow-up dish of BLACK NEEDLE NOISE, this time thoughtfully titled 'Lost In Reflections'. Having recently swapped his home studio in the frosty Oslo onto the warmth of LA, Fryer has been busy with further collaborations. More cinematic this time round, the master pushes the boundaries of what's acceptable. More Inside ›
SPECTRA PARIS is a side project of the multitalented Elena Alice Fossi, also known as the enigmatic singer of the celebrated Italian act KIRLIAN CAMERA and Alice Neve Fox.
Well known for her collaborations, among them is the legendary producer John Fryer on whose eclectic collection of tunes for BLACK NEEDLE NOISE she featured. As a result, the accomplished artist invited Fryer to be in charge of the executive production of her third album 'Retromachine Betty'. More Inside ›
John Fryer is the man behind many contemporary projects, which include the MURICIDAE and SILVER GHOST SHIMMER. Last year saw the rise of his latest enterprise, BLACK NEEDLE NOISE.
The Electricity Club is chatting to the master himself about the story of BLACK NEEDLE NOISE, its future and Fryer's plans for world domination. More Inside ›
Overall, 2016 was not a vintage year, but there were plenty of quality songs on offer throughout the year and a number were significantly outstanding.
Rounding down to a final 30 songs is always difficult but after much deliberation and with a restriction of one song per artist moniker, here are The Electricity Club’s 30 Songs of 2016 in alphabetical order… More Inside ›
John Fryer... The man behind many contemporary projects, including the atmospheric, wonderfully ethereal MURICIDAE and the glittering, eccentric, fully extravagant dark electronica of SILVER GHOST SHIMMER, does not rest before introducing his brand new concept into the amazing catalogue of most capable productions.
His latest project BLACK NEEDLE NOISE takes its name from the sound made by a stylus on vinyl record. More Inside ›