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AVEC SANS Live in London

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. More Inside ›

AVEC SANS Interview

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… More Inside ›

PURITY RING Heartsigh

purity_ringFormed 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. More Inside ›

The Electricity Club’s 30 SONGS OF 2015

chvrches-every-open-eyeIn a far more productive year than 2014, many electronic music veterans returned to the fold in 2015 with their first new albums for many years. There were plenty of releases from independent acts too, with Nordic Europe being a particularly strong territory once again. With a restriction of one song per artist moniker, here are The Electricity Club’s 30 SONGS OF 2015… More Inside ›

CHVRCHES Every Open Eye

chvrches-every-open-eyeCHVRCHES have actually achieved what LITTLE BOOTS, LA ROUX, LADYHAWKE or HURTS never managed; a decent second album! And the best bit is, it’s a logical development of the first. None of this going house, disowning synths, rocking out or turning into SIMPLE MINDS nonsense! Hallelujah! Here’s a synthpop band actually using synths and proud of it! The end result is more varied and possibly, even better than its predecessor. More Inside ›

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