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Missing in Action: MOTORBIKES IN TOKYO

Along with TENEK, VILE ELECTRODES, KATSEN and ARTHUR & MARTHA, Teeside’s MOTORBIKES IN TOKYO were among a wave of independent British acts who rode alongside more mainstream acts like LA ROUX, LITTLE BOOTS, HURTS and MIRRORS. Kev Oyston kindly took time to chat about his time with MOTORBIKES IN TOKYO, his continuing admiration for GARY NUMAN and his new more unorthodox musical project THE SOULLESS PARTY… Continue Reading ›

30 Lost Art School Bops Of The Digital Era

Here are 30 songs which may have escaped attention as the world went grunge and then had an ongoing hangover in the wake of Britpop. Denied mainstream recognition and now lost when looking from a UK perspective even within the dwindling synth music community, these offerings come from artists who have mostly remained in total obscurity. Starting from 1992 when the CD established itself as the dominant format to the year before TEC came into being, here are 30 Lost Art School Bops. Continue Reading ›

BATTERY OPERATED ORCHESTRA Interview

BOO_profile_fireplaceSouth Coast based synth duo BATTERY OPERATED ORCHESTRA have been building on a momentum which has seen them gain the support of BBC Introducing. The husband and wife DIY duo of Brigitte Rose and Chris Black released their first album ‘Incomplete Until Broken’ in September 2014 several years.. Their brand new album ‘Radiation’ has been a welcome ray of sunshine in a dreadfully gloomy 2016. They kindly chatted to The Electricity Club about their DIY ethos… Continue Reading ›

BATTERY OPERATED ORCHESTRA Radiation

BOO-Radiation_coverartSince their 2012 debut mini-album ‘AC/EP’, BATTERY OPERATED ORCHESTRA have been steadily building a fine reputation for their quirky chiptune influenced synth adventures. The DIY duo of Brigitte Rose and Chris Black released their first album ‘Incomplete Until Broken’ in September 2014. Inspired by a poltergeist experience after a gig in Hamburg, ‘Radiation’ is a dark journey encompassing themes of broadcasting, ESP, sex, mind control and alien beings. Continue Reading ›

BATTERY OPERATED ORCHESTRA Tin Can Telephone

BOO T-shirtFrom BATTERY OPERATED ORCHESTRA’s first album ‘Incomplete Until Broken’ released in September 2014, ‘Tin Can Telephone’ uses the primitive self-made form of mechanical communication as symbolism for relationship break-up. Since their 2012 debut mini-album ‘AC/EP’, BATTERY OPERATED ORCHESTRA have been steadily building a reputation for their quirky chiptune influenced pop and futuristic instrumentals. Continue Reading ›

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