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ELECTRI_CITY_CONFERENCE Announces 2017 Line-Up

The 2017 ELECTRI_CITY_CONFERENCE takes place on FRIDAY 27TH and SATURDAY 28TH OCTOBER 2017 in Düsseldorf. Headlining the weekend will be ANNE CLARK and ROBERT GÖRL, while additional live performances come from STRÖME, ARCTIC SUNRISE, ELECTRONIC CIRCUS and KATJA VON KASSEL. There will be also talks by Jonathan Barnbrook and Ebehard Kranemann, while The Electricity Club will be chairing a panel discussion with Zeus B Held and Chris Payne. More Inside ›

A Short Conversation with KATJA VON KASSEL

With the release of her first EP, KATJA VON KASSEL has been deservedly gaining traction with radio stations and plaudits from personalities within the music industry. One such figure has been RUSTY EGAN. KATJA VON KASSEL kindly took time out for a quick chat with The Electricity Club and her hopes for the future… More Inside ›

KATJA VON KASSEL EP

The captivating German songstress KATJA VON KASSEL finally brings out her first EP. This 4 track release is the first opportunity for potential audiences to evaluate KATJA VON KASSEL and her Electro Weimer Cabaret as a body of work in one sitting. Singing in English, ‘Lili Marlene’ affirms her charismatic presence and singing in an alluring Marlene Dietrich tone with a sultry yet technostalgic quality. More Inside ›

KATJA VON KASSEL Lili Marlene

KATJA VON KASSEL Lili Marlene-artworkIn 2016, conventional record labels are no longer the necessity they once were, with platforms such as Spotify and Bandcamp allowing musicians to have more of a say in the artistic presentation of their work. So the sultry presence of KATJA VON KASSEL is back with a monochromatic video to accompany the formal download release of ‘Lili Marlene’. More Inside ›

Five Years of TEC: 25 Favourite Artist Introductions 2010 – 2014

TEC 5 years-02When 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. Around 70 acts have been featured and from these, a number of worthy graduates from the Synth Britannia school and the like emerged. Meanwhile a number were just promising, their talent stifled by line-up changes, record company politics and even geography. So here are TEC’s 25 favourite artist introductions, listed in the chronological order that they were originally featured on the site. More Inside ›

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