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I SPEAK MACHINE Interview

Possibly one of the best electronic albums of 2017, ‘Zombies 1985’ is the latest release by I SPEAK MACHINE, the enticing audio / visual collaboration between musician Tara Busch and filmmaker Maf Lewis. What had been intended to be a more abstract EP turned into a full length album. The end result will no doubt satisfy the curiosity of those with a penchant for stranger things. I SPEAK MACHINE kindly chatted to TEC about the creative in-roads that led to their own day of the dead… More Inside ›

WRANGLER Sparked Modular Remix Project

WRANGLER SparkedThe mission for this project (should the remixer choose to accept it) was as follows: “WRANGLER would like to ask you to submit an experimental piece of music for inclusion on an album entitled 'Modular Remix'. The idea is very simple. We provide some basic stems from a track selected by you from our debut album ‘LA Spark’ and you add whatever sounds you like - the only rule being that you use just one analog modular synthesiser system..." More Inside ›

CLOSE TO THE NOISE FLOOR Formative UK Electronica 1975-1984

CLOSE TO THE NOISE FLOOR artworkTwo years in the making, ‘Close To The Noise Floor’ is a Cherry Red Records compilation which binds together many of the formative roots of UK electronic music. It mixes up recognised artists such as THE HUMAN LEAGUE, BLANCMANGE, BEF, OMD and THROBBING GRISTLE side-by-side with those that for a variety of reasons, managed to remain in the shadows of obscurity. This compilation makes a worthy companion piece to the ‘Mute Audio Documents’ set . More Inside ›

SOFT METALS Live In London

2014-05-27 21.42.04SOFT METALS delightfully impressed with their debut London gig at The Shacklewell Arms in Daltson. For this European tour, instrumentalist Ian Hicks’ arsenal of vintage synths and drum machines was simplified to feature a more straightforward, modern but still analogue set-up. Meanwhile, as well as providing her innocent reverbed vocals, Patricia Hall had a Dave Smith Mopho x4 at her disposal instead of her usual Juno60. More Inside ›

SOFT METALS Interview

SOFT METALS colourMaking sine waves on their extensive tour of North America at the moment are LA based duo SOFT METALS. The couple met through a mutual love of art and music, releasing their first EP ‘The Cold World Melts’ in 2010. Fusing Detroit techno and elements of acid house with European experimental forms, Patricia Hall and Ian Hicks have just released ‘Lenses’, the follow-up to their well received eponymous debut album, through notable Brooklyn indie label Captured Tracks. In the midst of a busy touring schedule, SOFT METALS were kind enough to took time out to chat to The Electricity Club. More Inside ›

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