East London's Hannah Lucy aka GAPTOOTH, first emerged onto the indie / electro scene in 2013, releasing her debut album 'Connections-Departures'. The single heralding the production, 'Ladykillers', was full of girl attitude and feisty feminist power, and it received an ample airplay on BBC 6 Music.
2016 sees the return of the strong minded artist with 'Pillow Fort' EP. The readiness of the sound of GAPTOOTH will probably appeal more to the younger electronica fans Continue Reading ›
In the five years since its formation on 13th March 2010, The Electricity Club has reviewed over a hundred gigs and witnessed some fabulous live performances as well as some not so great ones… one was so bad in fact, TEC declined to submit a review in the end!
Listed in chronological order with a restriction of one headline gig per artist, here are The Electricity Club’s 30 favourite gigs from the period between 2010 to 2014… modesty prevents The Electricity Club from listing its own events. Continue Reading ›
In one of the most productive years ever for electronic music, The Electricity Club has found it extremely difficult to whittle down the list to 30 songs. The standard has been extremely high and songs which would have made the listing in previous years have been left off.
So the songs on this alphabetical list have been released in physical formats, or digitally as purchasable or free downloads during the calendar year with a limit of one song per artist moniker. Continue Reading ›
REPUBLICA began their tour at London’s Garage with a superb line-up of supporting players in TENEK and KOVAK who provided a wonderful evening of entertainment.
As REPUBLICA took to The Garage stage, they got a rapturous welcome but just as ‘Bloke’ got started, there was a power failure. Saffron grinned thorough the commotion and bantered with the crowd but as soon as the sequences fired up, it was back to business with Saffron’s feisty persona. Continue Reading ›
Trending on BBC Radio 2 no less is KOVAK’s brand new single ‘Radiate’… The Brighton-based foursome relaunched in 2012 with the brilliant ‘Killer Boots’ and have been touted in some quarters as the British answer to SCISSOR SISTERS. But they are far better than that and much less irritating.
The SAINT ETIENNE meets BLONDIE and GIORGIO MORODER fusion of ‘Radiate’ may party like it’s 1979 but its crisp production adds a modern discothèque sheen to the fun, catchy ditty. Continue Reading ›