Some of the best independent synth driven acts were at gathered together at Electrowerkz for Synth Wave Live 2.
Held in collaboration with various outlets and The Electricity Club, artists and enthusiasts from around the world made the trip to London and were welcomed by Rusty Egan for one of his famed DJ sets for those who like it electronic. An event’s quality can often be reflected by its clientele and among those attending were Sarah Blackwood, Jonathan Barnbrook and Rudi Esch. Continue Reading ›
Mönchengladbach is best known for the Borussia football team and F1 driver Heinz-Harald Frentzen, but the North Rhine-Westphalia city is also the base of electronic duo ARCTIC SUNRISE.
Comprising of Torsten Verlinden on vocals and Steve Baltes on synths, the seasoned pairing cite DEPECHE MODE, ULTRAVOX, HEAVEN 17, VISAGE, BLANCMANGE and OMD among their influences. The Electricity Club caught up with Steve Baltes from the duo to chat about music, synths and stuff… Continue Reading ›
Releasing their first album in 2010, it’s been a steady path of progression for TINY MAGNETIC PETS. It was helped along by an endorsement from The Blitz Club’s legendary DJ Rusty Egan via his Electronic Family Tree radio show.
But when The Electricity Club introduced TINY MAGNETIC PETS to Andy McCluskey at the 2015 Electri_City_Conference in Düsseldorf, little did anyone realise what it would lead to, least of all the charming Irish trio themselves. Continue Reading ›
Between 1981-1982, the nucleus of Gabi Delgado on vocals and Robert Görl on drums and electronics released an acclaimed trilogy comprising of ‘Alles Ist Gut’, ‘Gold Und Liebe’ and ‘Für Immer’ which were produced by the legendary Conny Plank.
With the success of the ‘Das Is DAF’ boxed set and the accompanying authorised biography of the same title due to break cover, Robert Görl kindly chatted to The Electricity Club about DAF’s past, present and future. Continue Reading ›
Eberhard Kranemann is a one-time member of KRAFTWERK who later recorded ‘Fritz Müller Rock’ with the legendary Conny Plank. More recently, Kranemann has formed KRAUTWERK with Harald Grosskopf.
Following an enthusiastic talk at the 2017 ELECTRI_CITY_CONFERENCE, Eberhard Kranemann kindly chatted to The Electricity Club about the genesis of KRAUTWERK and his observations on the vibrant post-war German music scene that ultimately impacted the world’s musical landscape. Continue Reading ›