After many years of trials and tribulations, Rusty Egan finally presents ‘Welcome To The Dancefloor’. It’s a collection of thirteen songs that explore a varied range of topics from the euphoria of clubland to the celebration of musical heroes to personal bereavement.
Indeed, several of the songs started off as recordings for the rebooted VISAGE. Chris Payne who co-wrote ‘Fade To Grey’ had submitted several compositions... Continue Reading ›
The ELECTRI_CITY_CONFERENCE held its second event at Düsseldorf’s CCD following the success of the inaugural gathering which brought together a ‘Who’s Who?’ of electronic music.
For the 2016 event, JOHN FOXX, STEVE D’AGOSTINO, RUSTY EGAN, MARSHEAUX, CULT WITH NO NAME, JIMI TENOR, JORI HULKKONEN and ERIC RANDOM played live while among the speakers were DANIEL MILLER, MARK REEDER and CHRIS PAYNE. Continue Reading ›
Undo Records is the Athens based record company founded by Nick Bitzenis and George Geranios. Undo’s first release though was MARSHEAUX’s ‘E-Bay Queen’ in 2004. But it was following the cult success of MARSHEAUX’s breakthrough release ‘Peek-ABoo’ in 2007 that the label secured a wider distribution deal with EMI Greece.
So here are eighteen songs affectionately chosen by The Electricity Club for a fantasy CD compilation that represents the ethos of Undo Records. Continue Reading ›
KID MOXIE is the musical moniker of Elena Charbila, the Greek born bass playing singer and actress based in Los Angeles. A full length album ‘Selector’ was released by Undo Records in 2009 and included bonus remixes by MARSHEAUX and FOTONOVELA. Continuing her association with Undo, she guested on NIKONN’s album ‘Instamatic’ in 2012.
This year, she recorded possibly her best song yet as KID MOXIE with the beautiful transience of ‘The Bailor’. Continue Reading ›
Nick Bitzenis is the musical genius behind Greek power popsters MIKRO and the co-founder of Undo Records with George Geranios. Never one to sit still, he also has a brilliant solo project under the moniker NIKONN.
His brand new album 'Instamatic' began its genesis with a strong Nordic influence. In a break from his busy schedule, Nick Bitzenis joined The Electricity Club for a spot of Souvlaki and a chat about his varied catalogue of work. Continue Reading ›