Noted techno exponent Chris Liebing has unveiled a stark new track featuring Mute label mate Polly Scattergood entitled ‘And All Went Dark’.
The brooding minimalist electronic piece basically does what it says on the tin, with an eerily poetic spoken contribution from Scattergood where the Essex songstress is haunted by a “dark shadow on my shoulder” and how “a sickness took hold early on”! ‘And All Went Dark’ is from Liebing’s new album ‘Burn Slow’ to be released by Mute Artists. Continue Reading ›
Norwich duo LET’S EAT GRANDMA were just 17 when they released their debut album 'I, Gemini' in 2016. Despite not being related, the pair presented themselves as twins but over the two years since, Rosa Walton and Jenny Hollingworth have developed their own lives and identities.
Now coming together with a new found confidence as individuals, their experiences have manifested themselves onto their second album 'I'm All Ears', resulting in a more much diverse record. Continue Reading ›
While best known as a solo artist signed to Mute, Essex songstress POLLY SCATTERGOOD recently won acclaim for her hauntingly spacey vocal in a new epic arrangement of ‘Video Killed The Radio Star’ recorded with one of the song’s co-writers Bruce Woolley.
With ‘Video Killed The Radio Star (Dark Star)’ riding high on the airwaves, POLLY SCATTERGOOD had a quick chat with The Electricity Club about her future plans... Continue Reading ›
KEEP SHELLY IN ATHENS was the first project Sarah Anna Psalti was involved with. After the release of their debut long player ‘At Home’, SARAH P. decided to relocate to Berlin, where she desperately needed a new start.
Her first EP ‘Free’ showed a difference in direction and now with ‘Who Am I’, Sarah finally unveils the long awaited gem she’d been talking about. Continue Reading ›
Featuring the haunting afflicted vocals of Essex songstress Polly Scattergood, Bruce Woolley reimagines his classic ‘Video Killed The Radio Star’ in a new epic arrangement with the fitting subtitle of ‘Dark Star’…
A number co-written with Trevor Horn and Geoff Downes, Bruce Woolley recorded ‘Video Killed The Radio Star’ first with his band THE CAMERA CLUB in 1979. Continue Reading ›