THE FRIXION are a new name, but the duo are both experienced hands… British-born singer and lyricist Gene Serene emerged from Berlin’s hedonistic club scene. Meanwhile, synthesist and producer Lloyd Price is best known as a collaborator of SIGUE SIGUE SPUTNIK’s Martin Degville and a member of alternative eyeliner punk combo MASSIVE EGO.
Forming in 2016, Serene and Price’s combined sound mines both classic synthpop and Weimar Cabaret on their debut EP offering. Continue Reading ›
JOHN FOXX has had a music career that has spanned over four decades and continued to innovate within electronic, experimental and ambient spheres.
So with a vast repertoire to his name, what tracks in his various guises would act as a Beginner’s Guide to the man referred to affectionately by some fans as Lord Foxx Of Chorley? With a restriction of one recording per album project, The Electricity Club lists its #Foxx20. Continue Reading ›
‘21st Century: A Man, A Woman And A City’ is a new compilation that gathers JOHN FOXX’s song based work from since the turn of the millennium.
After a hiatus between 1986 to 1995, Foxx has since been extremely prolific, dividing his time between a number of pop-oriented, ambient and soundtrack projects. The first section of this collection is laid out chronologically before the compilation’s appendix of assorted collaborations and remixes. Continue Reading ›
The voice of SARAH P. is both spooky and captivating, like a cross between Polly Scattergood, Alison Goldfrapp and Elizabeth Fraser while shaped by Nancy Sinatra and Tracey Thorn. She launched her solo career with ‘Free’, a debut that combines a variety of emotions and textures for an enticing listening experience.
SARAH P. kindly gave her time to The Electricity Club for a fascinating chat about her hopes, fears and ideals as a solo artist… Continue Reading ›
Having started his career at London's Blackwing Studios in 1980 as an assistant engineer, John Fryer had a very basic knowledge of recording technology. Employed by Eric Radcliffe, he promptly progressed from engineering into production.
With a restriction of one track per album project, here are The Electricity Club’s eighteen songs choices in its Beginner’s Guide to the studio legend that is John Fryer, with additional choice commentary from the man himself. Continue Reading ›