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The lively playful persona of RIDER is merely an entry point into her eclectic musical world. At the centre of the American born singer, songwriter and musician’s work is melody.
RIDER began releasing her own solo singles in 2017 with the best one being 'Tell Nobody'. With the bouncy sun-kissed pop statement of ‘Stay’ due out very soon, RIDER kindly took time to chat to The Electricity Club about her music and career to date. Continue Reading ›
QUEEN OF HEARTS is the musical vehicle of Elizabeth Morphew. Her debut album 'Cocoon' was a fine collection of electropop that reflected “love, loss, heartbreak, betrayal”. The sessions featured three notable collaborations with the Berlin based producer Mark Reeder.
Following a break from music, QUEEN OF HEARTS returned in 2018 with 'Cold' and 'The Water Between Us'. She invited The Electricity Club to her palace to chat about her career to date and much more… Continue Reading ›
Documentary Evidence is an unofficial Mute Records website run by freelance music journalist Mat Smith. Smith compiles an end of year Top 10 albums listing and in 2017, he controversially included TAYLOR SWIFT’s ‘Reputation’ at No4 above the No6 placed ‘Spirit’ from DEPECHE MODE.
Mat Smith gave an explanation as to why last year, he preferred Taytay over Essex Dave and presented his Documentary Evidence…
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Having delivered the decent second album that LITTLE BOOTS, LA ROUX, LADYHAWKE or HURTS never managed, can CHVRCHES’ continue the upward momentum with their third album ‘Love Is Dead’?
With the kaleidoscopic lead single ‘Get Out’ and its supreme singalong showcasing Lauren Mayberry, Iain Cook and Martin Doherty in full bouncy Taylor mode, nothing more than their most overt pop statement to date can be expected. Continue Reading ›
When CHVRCHES released ‘The Mother We Share’, The Electricity Club described it as “the sound of TAYLOR SWIFT gone electro”. And now with the kaleidoscopic ‘Get Out’, the bouncy first song to be previewed from CHVRCHES’ as-yet-untitled third album, Lauren Mayberry, Iain Cook and Martin Doherty have gone the full Taylor and presented their most overt pop statement to date.
With a highly infectious chorus and bridge, ‘Get Out’ is one of those supreme singalongs. Continue Reading ›