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Having released 21 albums since 1982, Swedish veterans TWICE A MAN have never been ones to shy away from serious issues. The trio’s superb 2015 song ‘High in The Clouds’ confronted the prospect of environmental armageddon.
TWICE A MAN highlight this increasingly dystopian situation emerging in front of everyone’s eyes. Is there light at the end of the tunnel? Maybe there is, but that light could actually be an oncoming train! Continue Reading ›
2019 was a year of 40th Anniversaries, celebrating the synth becoming the sound of pop when ‘Are Friends Electric?’ reached No1 in the UK chart in 1979.
Despite the fall of The Berlin Wall 30 years ago, there were more evident swipes to the right than there had been for a long time, with the concept of Brexit Electro becoming a rather unpleasant reality. So in these more sinister times, the need for classic uplifting electronic pop was higher than ever. Continue Reading ›
2019 was good for new music. The first two thirds of the year was particularly strong for up-and-coming talent, while a number of veterans returned to making music with synths for the first time in many years.
Inevitably, the quality of new releases couldn’t be sustained and things tailed off during the Autumn period. As per usual with a restriction of one song per artist moniker and presented in alphabetical order, these are The Electricity Club’s 30 SONGS OF 2019… Continue Reading ›
The previous albums of Swedish duo MACHINISTA, ‘Xenoglossy’ and ‘Garmonbozia’, each had terrific highlights but new long player ‘Anthropocene’ is their most consistent body of work yet. Vocalist John Lindqwister and instrumentalist Richard Flow have refined of their anthemic signature sound
MACHINISTA chatted to The Electricity Club about the genesis of ‘Anthropocene’ and much more… Continue Reading ›
With ‘The Silence’, KARIN MY released the first truly great song of 2019. Swathed in beautiful synths and embroiled in wonderful melancholy, her gorgeous vocals evoked a forlorn abandonment like a Nordic Mary Hopkin.
The latest in her series of acoustically derived electronic songs is the dreamy observation of ‘World From Orbit’. The Swedish chanteuse kindly spoke to The Electricity Club about the making of her singles quadrilogy and much more… Continue Reading ›