Tag: Synthdecade


SYNTHDECADE SyndicatorBack in May 2015, The Electricity Club's radar pointed to a German band from Frankfurt who promised to "revolutionise the Electronic Pop music sector", SYNTHDECADE. Three years is a fair amount of time to write a decent album, especially one that has been heavily pushed on social media. Influenced by DEPECHE MODE, CAMOUFLAGE and DE/VISION, the hope was for 'Syndicator' to sound more original and fresh, and, indeed, to usher "the next generation of synth". Continue Reading ›


Synthdecade01SYNTHDECADE formed in Frankfurt in October 2012, going straight into the studio with an idea to produce an album which would revolutionise the "Electronic Pop music sector". The band consists of Sean Dexter, who is in charge of programming and keyboards, Rick Pleasant on vocals and Marc Renard on keyboards. Signed up by 15c Avenue, two songs have been issued already with corresponding videos. 'Lighten Up The Darkness' was out on 12th January this year. Continue Reading ›