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SPEAK & SPELL To Perform Music For The Masses This September

SPEAK & SPELL, the world’s best and most authentic DEPECHE MODE tribute band, are to play two special UK concerts performing the ‘Music For The Masses’ album in full. These dates take place at Manchester Sound Control on Saturday 9th September and London Islington Academy on Saturday 25th September, just a few months after the band impressed at Glastonbury 2017. Without doubt, SPEAK & SPELL have become the preferred option for the disillusioned Depeche fan. Continue Reading ›


The Electricity Club’s annual panel interview gathers personalities from within independent electronic music to discuss the state of the synth nation. This year's panel features Paul Boddy from SPEAK & SPELL, Adam Cresswell aka RODNEY CROMWELL and Rob Green of THE DEPARTMENT. Together, they chewed the fat over a number of varied questions posed by TEC’s chief editor Chi Ming Lai… Continue Reading ›

SPEAK & SPELL #Violator25 Live in London

#violator25-13Opinions can be divided on tribute acts, but they can be perfectly valid when the act being paid tribute to no longer exists. But what if the band still exists, what then? SPEAK & SPELL are one of the best known of the many DEPECHE MODE tributes around the world. They premiered their ‘Violator’ showcase at a packed London O2 Islington Academy. The show had actually been upgraded thus affirming the kudos and affection held for DM’s seventh long player. Continue Reading ›

SPEAK & SPELL To Play Violator in April 2015

depeche_mode__violatorPremier DEPECHE MODE tribute band SPEAK & SPELL are to perform ‘Violator’ live in full at London’s O2 Academy in Islington on SATURDAY 25TH APRIL 2015. This special 25th anniversary (black) celebration follows on from their tremendous TEC003 performance of DM’s debut album ‘Speak & Spell’. This ‘Violator’ celebratory show by SPEAK & SPELL is likely to be a tremendously received occasion by DEPECHE MODE fans... TEC takes a look back at the album with some commentary from Alan Wilder. Continue Reading ›

The Electricity Club’s 2014 End Of Year Review

TEC003With 2013 having been one of the strongest years in electronic pop since its post-punk heyday, 2014 was always going to struggle to compete, despite it being the 50th Anniversary of the Moog synthesizer’s first prototype demonstration at the Audio Engineering Society convention in October 1964. While 2014 was nowhere near in terms of the high profile releases of 2013 or even 2011, it certainly surpassed the comparatively quiet year of 2012. But there were still a lot of live shows as momentum continued in support of the previous year’s releases. Continue Reading ›

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