Of GIRL ONE & THE GREASE GUNS, Undo Records say "Imagine a place where THE HUMAN LEAGUE meet LUSH, but on the way they stumble on Sarah Records' Heavenly and all together, they finally meet Alan Vega and SUICIDE!!! Confused, that's the point!!"
GIRL ONE & THE GREASE GUNS confirm their intentions “to thrive on causing confusion with a mixture of pure synthpop and more experimental electronic sounds”. Continue Reading ›
Following the success of MARSHEAUX’s most recent long player ‘Ath.Lon’, Marianthi Melitsi and Sophie Sarigiannidou present a limited edition cassette EP comprising of seven rejected demos from those recording sessions.
Entitled ‘Ath.Lon - Rejected Demos’, the release is limited to 300 copies of the revived analogue format pioneered by Philips in 1962 which provided the provided hours of fun as the late 20th Century’s equivalent of illegal downloading.
“Home Taping Is Killing Music” bore the legend on the paper inner sleeves of LP releases when the UK record industry lobbied the government to impose a blank tape levy in 1982. But with ‘Ath.Lon - Rejected Demos’, MARSHEAUX readily show how the modern day version of home taping is skill in music. Continue Reading ›
Following the very successful TEC003 event in 2014 with VILE ELECTRODES, SPEAK & SPELL plus guests including Mark Reeder and Sarah Blackwood, The Electricity Club went back on the road with their latest event TEC004.
In front of an audience that had gathered from as far as Switzerland, Holland, Ireland, Liverpool and London, the happy crowd was entertained MARSHEAUX, KID KASIO + RODNEY CROMWELL. Continue Reading ›
The Electricity Club are extremely pleased to have MARSHEAUX headlining its fourth live event TEC004 on SATURDAY 5TH NOVEMBER 2016 at Epic Studios in Norwich. While popular amongst synthpop fans the world over, MARSHEAUX are still comparatively unknown outside of the cognoscenti.
With a restriction of one track per project, this Beginner’s Guide acts as an introduction to the varied portfolio of the Athens based synth maidens from 2003 to the present day… Continue Reading ›
Building further on their profile following ‘A Broken Frame’, Marianthi Melitsi and Sophie Sarigiannidou made their full return with ‘Ath.Lon’ in June. The duo will also make their first UK live appearance since 2012 on SATURDAY 5TH NOVEMBER at Norwich Epic Studios, when they play TEC004.
MARSHEAUX kindly chatted to The Electricity Club about ‘Ath.Lon’ and the challenges it presented from being a product of two quite different cities… Continue Reading ›