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A Synth Is For Life & Not Just For Christmas…

Remember, a synth is for life and not just for Christmas...As the Yule Tide season gets into full swing, The Electricity Club presents a collection of modern seasonal tunes with a more artful slant... With a song to play on each of the Twelve Days of Christmas plus a bonus track for Christmas Eve, each has their own take on the holiday period, whether happy or sad or both. Whatever your plans for the holiday period, please remember, a synth is for life and not just for Christmas… may it bring you lots of cheer More Inside ›

JORI HULKKONEN Don’t Believe In Happiness

In the frozen depths of the Synthy Nordic basin hides one of the greatest European music producers, turning out accomplished pieces of capable electronica, both for himself and as the part of various collaborations with JOHN FOXX, PROCESSORY and SIN COS TAN. Finland’s finest Jori Hulkkonen released his first album ‘Selkäsaari Tracks’ in 1996. But presently, the Finnish master returns with a brand new album, ‘Don’t Believe In Happiness’. More Inside ›

A Beginner’s Guide To JORI HULKKONEN

JORI HULKKONEN is one of Europe’s most highly regarded electronic producers, yet remains something of a hidden secret. While a fan of synthesized pop such as PET SHOP BOYS, NEW ORDER and JOHN FOXX, Hulkkonen’s love of Detroit techno and house music has brought a rhythmical edge to his many productions and remixes. With such a varied catalogue of work and projects, TEC looks back at the career of JORI HULKKONEN in the shape of this Beginner’s Guide.… More Inside ›

A Short Conversation with VILLA NAH

villa-nahfriendFinnish duo VILLA NAH have returned after a five year hiatus. With their recently released second album ‘Ultima’ , Juho Paalosmaa and Tomi Hyyppä have reminded the general public as to why they wowed audiences who saw them open for OMD in 2010. ‘Ultima’ undoubtedly comes over as a more varied and mature musical statement. Juho Paalosmaa and Tomi Hyyppä chatted about the genesis of the album and its influences, both musical and technical. More Inside ›

VILLA NAH Ultima

villa-nah_ultimaHaving released one of the best electronic pop albums of 2010 in their debut ‘Origin’, Helsinki’s VILLA NAH went quiet after a well-received UK tour supporting OMD. But childhood friends Juho Paalosmaa and Tomi Hyyppä are now back after a five-year hiatus. ‘Ultima’ sees the duo and Hulkkonen present an escapist soundtrack for a Nordic summer, swathed in dreamy synthesizers. While Paalosmaa’s vocals are as forlorn as ever, there is a cautious air of optimism too. More Inside ›

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