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Tag: Siouxsie & The Banshees (page 2 of 2)

CURXES Interview

CURXES-21-300x200Although CURXES' fashion aesthetics and musical influences draw from vintage eras, their sound is quite unique in modern synthpop. They describe themselves as "a decorative set of bones, channelling the ghosts of Discothéques past". The Electricity Club talked to Roberta and Macaulay from CURXES about their inspirations, their songs and how they tackle the challenge of performing live as a duo. Continue Reading ›

Introducing CURXES

CURXES (1)CURXES are Brighton based duo Roberta Fidora and Macaulay Hopwood. Describing themselves as "a decorative set of bones, channeling the ghosts of discothèques past", CURXES' music is a fine example of dramatic Eurocentric overtures seasoned with the sort of echoing guitar that will please synthpop fans who also happen to like THE CURE and SIOUXSIE & THE BANSHEES. Continue Reading ›

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