Tag: Cabaret Voltaire (page 1 of 3)
In a career that started in 1978 with the first releases by CABARET VOLTAIRE, Stephen Mallinder has worn many hats with other outfits such as ACID HORSE, SASSI & LOCO, WRANGLER and CREEP SHOW featuring John Grant.
Reflecting on more than four decades in the music business, Stephen Mallinder spoke to The Electricity Club about his solo work, his CABARET VOLTAIRE years and much more. Continue Reading ›
Influenced by the experimental side of Synth Britannia and the groundbreaking electronica of Warp Records, Bristol-based Finlay Shakespeare has presented one of the most impressive releases of 2020 in his second album ‘Solemnities’.
Finlay Shakespeare kindly took time out and spoke to The Electricity Club about the making of 'Solemnities', its lyrical inspiration and gave a fascinating insight into the equipment involved in the album’s realisation. Continue Reading ›
Manchester electronic veteran Eric Random has a fascinating history. As a member of BUZZCOCKS’ inner circle, his first album ‘That's What I Like About Me’ came out in 1980 on New Hormones.
But Random made his return in 2014 with ‘Man Dog’ released by Austrian label Klanggalerie. With his new work ‘Wire Me Up’ released by Sleepers Records, Random’s stark style of presentation remains, but his vocals in the vein of FAD GADGET take a breather on this primarily instrumental set. Continue Reading ›
The follow-up to 2016's ‘Of Desire’, ‘Only Now Forever’ develops on the brooding post-punk sound of THE KVB.
Getting together in 2011, the British audio-visual duo of multi-instrumentalist Nicholas Wood and keyboardist Kat Day actually relocated to write and record in Berlin, adding a more independently-minded edge to their reverb coated sound in the process. If NEW ORDER has been weaned on shoegaze, they might have sounded like THE KVB. Continue Reading ›
CREEP SHOW is an electronic meeting of minds between eclectic US singer / songwriter John Grant and the dark analogue electro of WRANGLER, the trio comprising Stephen Mallinder, Phil Winter and Benge.
The first fruit of this collaboration is 'Mr Dynamite' - an album which was recorded in Cornwall following the move of Benge’s Memetune studio from its original Hoxton location. ‘Mr Dynamite’ is a really fresh and uncontrived sounding album. Continue Reading ›