Tag: Eddie Bengtsson (page 1 of 3)
PAGE, the Swedish poptronica trailblazers are back with a new EP entitled ‘Under Mitt Skinn’. Releasing their first single in 1983, the duo of Eddie Bengtsson and Marina Schiptjenko is seen as the classic incarnation.
2018’s ‘Start’ EP and the 2019 album ‘Fakta För Alla’ saw PAGE totally get in the Moog. ‘Under Mitt Skinn’ will more than satisfy PAGE fans and enthusiasts of elektronisk pop who have enjoyed the run of enjoyable releases since ‘Nu’ in 2010. Continue Reading ›
With the release of ‘Fakta För Alla’, PAGE have not only unveiled a candidate for the best album of 2019; they have sculpted some of the most mature and sophisticated sounds of their career.
Bengtsson can’t help making catchy hooks, and ‘Fakta För Alla’ (‘Facts For Everyone’) doesn’t have a single filler track. It is hardcore poptronica, with sweeping filters and bubbling basses providing the bedrock for Bengtsson’s dynamic vocal lines. Continue Reading ›
Eddie Bengtsson has been a trailblazing presence on the Swedish electronic music scene. Inspired by Synth Britannia, while best known for his involvement in PAGE and S.P.O.C.K, there have also been his solo adventures and collaborations.
So as a Beginner’s Guide to his vast catalogue of work under his many different guises, The Electricity Club presents eighteen songs which are decisively 'Just Like Eddie' with commentary from the man himself... Continue Reading ›
PAGE have had a loyal cult following back home in Sweden since their 1983 debut single ‘Dansande Man’. The duo of Eddie Bengtsson and Marina Schiptjenko released their self-titled debut album in 1992 while their final first phase release ‘Helt Nära’ came out in 1998.
With the news of a live return to London for PAGE in September alongside RATIONAL YOUTH + PSYCHE, Eddie Bengtsson spoke to The Electricity Club about space and the synthesizer frontier… Continue Reading ›
The Count and Countess of Swedish electronic pop are back-back-BACK! Eddie Bengtsson and Marina Schiptjenko initially came together in PAGE as far back as 1980, releasing their first single ‘Dansande Man’ in 1983.
Having already covered GARY NUMAN’s ‘Tracks’ in Swedish as ‘Spår’ and paid an initial Numanoid tribute on ‘Utanför’ for ‘Det Är Ingen Vacker Värld Men Det Råkar Vara Så Det’, PAGE have gone the full hog with the ultimate homage to the imperial years of the man born Gary Anthony James Webb. Continue Reading ›