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Tag: Spray

SPRAY Interview

‘Failure Is Inevitable’ is the fifth album from mischievous indiesynth duo SPRAY. Ricardo Autobahn and Jenny McLaren first came to wider attention as THE CUBAN BOYS. Celebrating everything that is great about pop while tinged with cynicism, despair and ironic humour, SPRAY often offer social commentary with their upbeat electronica. They kindly chatted to The Electricity Club about their new album and gave some interesting thoughts from 20 years of experience within the music industry. Continue Reading ›

SPRAY It’s The Night Of The Long Knives, Charlie Brown

SPRAY It's The Night Of The Long Knives, Charlie BrownFrom their recently released album ‘Enforced Fun’, the new SPRAY single reflects on the current political climate. “We’re rarely this obtuse in songs – we prefer to state clearly a thing that is happening, make fun of it, then repeat to fade” said Ricardo Autobahn, “But we’ve long since been irritated by the childishness and low-brow infantilisation of politics, and that irritation became 'It’s The Night Of The Long Knives, Charlie Brown'”. Continue Reading ›

A Short Conversation with KID KASIO

KID KASIO B+WNathan Cooper, the man behind KID KASIO has been extremely busy of late. As well as basking in the critical acclaim for his impressive second album ‘Sit & Wait’, the former frontman of THE MODERN has opened a recording complex in Central London with his actor brother Dominic. Meanwhile, KID KASIO will be performing at TEC004 alongside MARSHEAUX on SATURDAY 5TH NOVEMBER. Nathan Cooper chatted to The Electricity Club. Continue Reading ›

SPRAY Enforced Fun

SPRAY ENFORCED FUNartworkJenny McLaren and Ricardo Autobahn (aka John Matthews) jokingly describe themselves as "Synth folk straight outa Lancashire". Having been members of THE CUBAN BOYS, with whom they topped the singles charts in the UK, the twosome took on an off-shot project, SPRAY. Two albums have been released since, followed by further EPs. And now, SPRAY have returned with a lengthy production mischievously entitled 'Enforced Fun'. Continue Reading ›