Tag: I Speak Machine

I SPEAK MACHINE Interview

Possibly one of the best electronic albums of 2017, ‘Zombies 1985’ is the latest release by I SPEAK MACHINE, the enticing audio / visual collaboration between musician Tara Busch and filmmaker Maf Lewis. What had been intended to be a more abstract EP turned into a full length album. The end result will no doubt satisfy the curiosity of those with a penchant for stranger things. I SPEAK MACHINE kindly chatted to TEC about the creative in-roads that led to their own day of the dead… More Inside ›

I SPEAK MACHINE Zombies 1985

I SPEAK MACHINE is the audio / visual collaboration between musician Tara Busch and filmmaker Maf Lewis, inspired by Ennio Morricone and Sergio Leone who used to discuss score ideas while scripts were being written for the classic Spaghetti Westerns. In Busch's own words "What was meant to be a 3 song EP by Benge & I morphed into an 11 song brain chomping monster". The ‘Zombies 1985’ film itself tells the story of greed and self-obsession in Thatcher’s Britain. More Inside ›

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING RECORD – VOLUME 2

With a manifesto that “explores common ground in a strong aesthetic approach towards art, film, music, technology, science, and nature”, the Brighton based artistic co-operative Anti-Ghost Moon Ray have released a new compilation of music made by themselves and like-minded friends, entitled ‘Annual General Meeting Record - Volume 2’. The international cast contribute 14 tracks emcompassing dark electronica, lost soundtracks and field recording experiments. More Inside ›

Troika! Live featuring KITE BASE, HANNAH PEEL + I SPEAK MACHINE

troikaTroika from Russian: тройка “A group of three working together…” Promising an evening of “triple synth sorcery”, the Troika! tour reached The Shacklewell Arms in London as the line-up of KITE BASE, HANNAH PEEL and I SPEAK MACHINE each presented their own variations on the expansive theme of electronic music. As HANNAH PEEL put it to The Electricity Club recently: “although the music from each act is different, it does feel similar in a way”. More Inside ›

Rhapsody and Exponentialism… The Art of JOHN FOXX Reinterpreted

JOHN FOXX RhapsodyJOHN FOXX has been highly prolific of late and this month sees the release of two tasteful artefacts which has the electronic pioneer revisiting his past while continuing to look forward simultaneously. The first of these is ‘Rhapsody’, 10 tracks recorded live at London's MemeTune Studios in late 2011 shortly after the JOHN FOXX & THE MATHS ‘Interplay’ tour. Meanwhile, on the ‘Exponentialism’ EP, two songstresses are given an opportunity to glow in the darkness. More Inside ›