Tag: Hyperbubble (page 2 of 3)
Jenny McLaren and Ricardo Autobahn (aka John Matthews) jokingly describe themselves as "Synth folk straight outa Lancashire". Having been members of THE CUBAN BOYS, with whom they topped the singles charts in the UK, the twosome took on an off-shot project, SPRAY.
Two albums have been released since, followed by further EPs. And now, SPRAY have returned with a lengthy production mischievously entitled 'Enforced Fun'. Continue Reading ›
When Bionic Bubblepunk duo HYPERBUBBLE made a rare visit to the UK in 2014 to play at HELEN LOVE’s ‘Does Your Heart Go Boom?’ all-dayer at The Lexington in London, there were a lot of smiles in the audience.
Now that performance has been released as album, titled appropriately ‘Live In London’. It is a highly quality recording featuring a set that could be regarded as HYPERBUBBLE’s greatest hits! Continue Reading ›
HYPERBUBBLE’s award winning soundtrack to the independent Sci-Fi mini-movie ‘Dee Dee Rocks The Galaxy’ is now out as a CD. For anyone who has ever followed the quirky Texan duo’s work, it maintains the bionic bubblepunk standards of their previous albums and projects.
Under the influence of the great soundtrack innovators, ‘Dee Dee Rocks The Galaxy’ is a wacky twenty five minute rocket ride where there is no time to take in the scenery! Continue Reading ›
When The Electricity Club became reality on 13th March 2010, it was on the back of a resurgence in electronic pop music. TEC’s ‘Introducing…’ feature was a platform to showcase promising new talent within the genre and proved that electronic music had not been killed off by Britpop.
So here are TEC’s 25 favourite artist introductions, listed in the chronological order that they were originally featured on the site. Continue Reading ›
Bionic Bubblepunk duo HYPERBUBBLE made a rare visit to the UK recently when they were invited to play HELEN LOVE’s ‘Does Your Heart Go Boom?’ all dayer at The Lexington in London.
It was their first gig in the capital and in front of an audience more used to feisty indie pop, they won over the audience with their quirky electronic performance art. After their enjoyable set, HYPERBUBBLE kindly chatted to The Electricity Club about Synths, Justice and The American Way. Continue Reading ›