A fair few years have passed since Marsheaux debuted with 'Popcorn' in their native Greece. 2004 heralded their first album, 'E-Bay Queen' on Undo Records.
2015 brought their most daring project yet, a cover of the entire of 'A Broken Frame' by DEPECHE MODE. The pair managed to grasp the soul of the most unloved DM album and transform it into a new dimension of unconventional sounds and vocals. And now comes 'Ath.Lon'. Continue Reading ›
MARSHEAUX make their highly anticipated return with their first self-penned material since 2013’s ‘Inhale’. Sunny but succinct, Marianthi Melitsi and Sophie Sarigiannidou have launched their fifth studio album ‘Ath.Lon’ with a single entitled ‘Safe Tonight’.
A spectacular video for ‘Safe Tonight’ filmed in Valencia, Spain has now been unleashed. With high production values, it’s like a Mediterranean take on a Nordic Noir drama. Continue Reading ›
A worthy re-assessment of ‘A Broken Frame’ has been long overdue and as the DM album closest to MARSHEAUX’s aesthetic, Marianthi Melitsi and Sophie Sarigiannidou have certainly given its songs some interesting arrangements.
A new cinematic visual accompaniment for ‘Monument’ has just been unveiled. Filmed on the outskirts of Athens, the video enigmatically conveys the emotional tension of the new arrangement. Continue Reading ›
DEPECHE MODE themselves would rather prefer to forget the existence of 'A Broken Frame'. To think anyone would want to cover it, in its entirety, could have been a conversation point in itself. But MARSHEAUX have gone and done just that...
Many artists have had a good go at trying to cover DEPECHE MODE songs with varying success. The record is fresh, filled with unique sounds, sexy voices and re-packaged in a manner to attract a new listener. Continue Reading ›
Undo Records is the Athens based record company founded by Nick Bitzenis and George Geranios. Undo’s first release though was MARSHEAUX’s ‘E-Bay Queen’ in 2004. But it was following the cult success of MARSHEAUX’s breakthrough release ‘Peek-ABoo’ in 2007 that the label secured a wider distribution deal with EMI Greece.
So here are eighteen songs affectionately chosen by The Electricity Club for a fantasy CD compilation that represents the ethos of Undo Records. Continue Reading ›