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Tag: Depeche Mode (page 2 of 12)

TEC’s 25 FAVOURITE DIGITAL SYNTHS

The switch to digital technology in the production of synthesizers caused a seismic shift not just in the way that music was produced, but also how analogue devices were perceived. The synths chosen are also from the first wave of digital synths and as such doesn’t include any of the current wave of digital-based products. More Inside ›

DEPECHE MODE Where’s The Revolution

Revolution, you say? DEPECHE MODE fans far and wide have awaited four years to hear their heroes' newest album. 'Where's The Revolution' is clearly a politically charged number, which certainly suits the general feeling of living in the times of real change, what with Brexit and Trump's presidency in the US. More Inside ›

MARK REEDER vs TEC in Düsseldorf

mark-reeder-vs-tec-in-dusseldorfThe 2016 ELECTRI_CITY_CONFERENCE had the bonus of a second MARK REEDER interview conducted by The Electricity Club’s Chi Ming Lai. The scheduled speaker MARTYN WARE had unfortunately been taken ill, so Reeder kindly stepped in. His enlightening hour long chat covered topics such as his time as Factory Records German representative, living in Berlin and working with JOHN FOXX, PET SHOP BOYS, DEPECHE MODE, MARSHEAUX, QUEEN OF HEARTS and NEW ORDER. More Inside ›

KID KASIO Full Moon Blue

KID KASIO Full Moon BlueFormerly of THE MODERN and later MATINEE CLUB, Nathan Cooper debuted as KID KASIO with the long player 'Kasiotone' in 2012. And with his latest single ‘Full Moon Blue’, he simply couldn’t get any Wilder… Now imagine if DEPECHE MODE were fronted by Nik Kershaw instead of Dave Gahan. With ‘Full Moon Blue’, this musical fantasy is fully realised with a clever interpolation of ‘Two Minute Warning’. More Inside ›

TEC’s 25 CLASSIC STANDALONE SYNTH SINGLES

Standalone-singlesThe single is the lifeblood of pop music, serving the purpose of a trailer to an artist’s new album or as an entity on its own. The non-album single first came to prominence with THE BEATLES and THE WALKER BROTHERS. All the singles listed here were released in 7 inch format and not included on any of the artist’s original edition albums in the UK. So here are The Electricity Club’s 25 Classic Standalone Synth Singles. More Inside ›

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