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OUTERNATIONALE ON EP

OUTERNATIONALE is Scottish musician Derek Miller and while ‘ON’ is his debut EP release, he has already worked with several key names from the post punk era. Miller boldly recorded a cover version of JOY DIVISION’s ‘Atmosphere’ featuring the vocals of Paul Haig which met with the approval of Peter Hook himself while he mixed and co-produced ‘Dark Light’, the most recent album by cult Factory band SECTION 25. Continue Reading ›

JOHN FOXX London Overgrown

JOHN FOXX-LondonOvergrown-artworkIn many respects, JOHN FOXX’s musical career has had many parallels with BRIAN ENO. ‘London Overgrown’ is JOHN FOXX’s first wholly solo ambient release since the ‘Cathedral Oceans’ trilogy. With the visual narrative of a derelict London where vines and shrubbery are allowed to grow unhindered throughout the city, the conceptual opus is a glorious ethereal synthesizer soundtrack. Continue Reading ›

The Electricity Club’s 30 SONGS OF 2010

goldfrapp-headfirstThe Electricity Club came into being on 15th March 2010 following the HEAVEN 17 aftershow party at Sheffield Magna. It also saw the release of a new album by OMD, their first since 1996 as well as the emergence of new acts such as VILLA NAH, MIRRORS and HURTS. In a tremendous year for all things electro, this was The Electricity Club’s Top 30 songs of 2010 in alphabetical order by artist. Continue Reading ›

SARAH BLACKWOOD Interview

sarah-blackwood_2010First as the singer of DUBSTAR and then CLIENT, Sarah Blackwood has been a striking presence on the music scene since 1995. She has also worked with WILLIAM ORBIT and FOTONOVELA, as well as undertaking the occasional DJ set. She kindly gave a highly insightful interview to The Electricity Club over coffee about her influences, her career so far and Alison Goldfrapp's breasts. Continue Reading ›

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