LOST IN STARS is an electronic music project from downtown Los Angeles. Led by British born musician Dylan Willoughby, the floating ensemble also includes Darren Burgos, Alysa Lobo, Jon McCormick and Elena Charbila aka KID MOXIE.
Having released two singles and then an EP ‘Once You Were Fire’ in 2015, a self-titled debut long player emerged earlier this year. The Electricity Club chatted to Dylan Willoughby and several of his willing conspirators about the LOST IN STARS concept. More Inside ›
Dylan Willoughby is the LA based producer, poet and composer behind the LOST IN STARS project. The London born boy, whose love of electronic genre flourished in England, dabbled with various bands while growing up.
The 'Lost In Stars' album features the man himself on synths and drums, Darren Burgos in charge of vocals, drums and synths, TEC favourite KID MOXIE also on vocals and bass guitar, Alysa Lobo on vocals and Gaku Murata on guitars. More Inside ›
Today is The Electricity Club's seventh birthday and our big portfolio of interviews reads like a Who’s Who? of electronic pop music. Whether you are interested in the pioneers of the genre or newer, up-and-coming acts, there is something for you.
They are archived in an easy-to-use page. From ex-members of KRAFTWERK, JAPAN, THE HUMAN LEAGUE, SOFT CELL and DEPECHE MODE, to OMD, MIDGE URE and HEAVEN 17, to KITE, MIRRORS and VILE ELECTRODES, they are all here. More inside ›
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KID MOXIE, the musical vehicle of Elena Charbila has been making further crossover strides with her 2016 EP ‘Perfect Shadow’.
Remixes aside, this six song sequence of exquisite euphony with tunes such as ‘4am’ and ‘Still High’ is undoubtedly KID MOXIE’s best body of work to date. Elena Charbila kindly chatted to The Electricity Club about all the latest happenings in the world of KID MOXIE… More Inside ›
2016 will forever be remembered as the year when a significant number of cultural icons and popular musical figures left us; DAVID BOWIE, PRINCE, TOMITA, PETE BURNS, COLIN VERNCOMBE, KEITH EMERSON, DON BUCHLA and LEONARD COHEN were just some of the names who sadly departed.
But despite sadness that loomed, the year did produce some good music, particularly in the second half of the year, although in all, 2016 was not a vintage year for electronic pop. More Inside ›