POLYCHROME describe themselves as “Neon Segawave”, probably an apt term of reference given their flirtations with synthwave and dreampop.
Fronted by the angelic presence of Victoria Harrison, she is ably partnered by Oliver Price and both contribute vocals as well as production. “We love it Lo-Fi, old drum machines, vintage microphones and Sega Mega drives!” the duo say, affirming their more rustic approach to electronic pop. Continue Reading ›
Canadian synthpop trio PARALLELS rode on some well-deserved international momentum in 2017 following the release of their third album ‘Metropolis’. The Toronto combo formed in 2008.
Singer, songwriter and synthesist Holly Dodson took time out from rehearsals to chat about the continuing progression of PARALLELS and their first live appearance in London which is happening alongside German songstress NINA in March… Continue Reading ›
Electropop duo AVEC SANS gave a wonderfully assured performance on the final night of their UK tour in London’s Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen with a dazzling combination of sound, colour and passion.
Since the release of their well-received debut album ‘Heartbreak Hi’ in June 2016, Alice Fox and Jack St James have been very much in demand for live shows where AVEC SANS have made the biggest impression. Continue Reading ›
With their dreamy electronic pop, London based pairing AVEC SANS have been making in-roads in North America lately. Featuring enigmatic vocals of Alice Fox and the intricate production Jack St. James’, their debut album ‘Heartbreak Hi’ has been embraced by DJs such as Rusty Egan and Sacha
As they embark on their own UK tour this Autumn. Alice Fox kindly chatted to The Electricity Club about AVEC SANS’ working dynamic and career to date… Continue Reading ›
Formed in 2010 and hailing from Alberta, Canada, PURITY RING are Megan James (vocals) and Corin Roddick (synths / programming). The duo released their first track ‘Ungirthed’ in 2011
The band throw in a variety of styles into their musical melting pot, one that is entirely electronic, but with the added non 4/4 broken beats of R ‘n’ B and Hip Hop acting as a rhythmic foundation. Beautifully and clinically produced, ‘Heartsigh’ is an ideal entry point for the band. Continue Reading ›