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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?” before a metronomic beat kicks in... Continue Reading ›

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. Continue Reading ›

The Electricty Club’s 30 SONGS OF 2016

Overall, 2016 was not a vintage year, but there were plenty of quality songs on offer throughout the year and a number were significantly outstanding. Rounding down to a final 30 songs is always difficult but after much deliberation and with a restriction of one song per artist moniker, here are The Electricity Club’s 30 Songs of 2016 in alphabetical order… Continue Reading ›

SARAH P. Golden Deer

Sarah-P-Golden-Deer-StillGreek songstress SARAH P. recently said that her debut release ‘Free’ was a love letter to her inner psyche. Varied and enticing, 'Free' is a vivid commentary on relationships and politics, combining pop and leftfield aspirations in a similar vein to SANTIGOLD or GOLDFRAPP. This enthused spirit is reflected in the visual presentation of ‘Golden Deer’ which comprises of not one, but three music videos directed by visual artists Schall & Schnabel. Continue Reading ›

SARAH P. I’d Go

SARAH P by Christoph Neumann Photography.Greek electropop goddess SARAH P. started her music career in 2010 as the frontwoman of KEEP SHELLY IN ATHENS. Her debut mini-album 'Free' turned out to be her most direct work yet. 'I’d Go' was possibly its standout track and with an afflicted demeanour of optimism, she announced "I'm not afraid, why should I be? Now I'm free..." - directed by Kemara Pol, the endearing homemade video for ‘I’d Go’ breaks down some of the mystique surrounding SARAH P. Continue Reading ›

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