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SARAH P. LoveStory

Greek electropop goddess SARAH P. releases one of the first songs she ever wrote as a single. Although the passionately afflicted song is about how hearts can be broken into pieces by love interests, there is also a sense of airy optimism and that is reflected in the serene visual accompaniment. Filmed by award-winning director Eftychia Iosifidou and featuring SARAH P. with dancer Clio Arvaniti, friendship and sisterhood are two of the video’s key themes. More Inside ›

A Short Conversation with SARAH P.

It's been a while since Sarah Anna Psalti-Helbig worked in Greece on her project KEEP SHELLY IN ATHENS with RΠЯ. Seemingly, even the magnificent 'Oostende', taken from their debut 'At Home' couldn't keep Sarah in Athens, seeing the songstress relocating to Berlin for a much needed new challenge and the change of scenery. SARAH P. has now unveiled her first proper long player 'Who Am I'. TEC is chatting to the lady herself, about the past, present and future for SARAH P. More Inside ›

SARAH P. Who Am I

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. More Inside ›

SARAH P. Asks “Who Am I”

As a trailer to her first lull length album ‘Who Am I’, SARAH P. has unveiled a striking video for the title track… it comes over as possibly her sparsest and most emotive number yet. With hypnotising hints of KATE BUSH, percolating Sakamoto-like textures prevail as the Greek-born songstress announces “I don’t know where I come from… do you know my name?” More Inside ›

TEC’s 2016 End Of Year Review

tec2016review-mopho2016 will forever be remembered as the year when a significant number of cultural icons and popular musical figures left us; DAVID BOWIE, PRINCE, TOMITA, PETE BURNS, COLIN VERNCOMBE, KEITH EMERSON, DON BUCHLA and LEONARD COHEN were just some of the names who sadly departed. But despite sadness that loomed, the year did produce some good music, particularly in the second half of the year, although in all, 2016 was not a vintage year for electronic pop. More Inside ›

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