Tag: Wolfsheim

PETER HEPPNER Confessions & Doubts

PETER HEPPNER requires no introduction; his voice is recognisable worldwide, even to those who didn’t know or remember WOLFSHEIM. It was and still is WOLFSHEIM that brings the notion of melancholic nostalgia to minds. After a few successful albums and having established die-hard fans, Heppner left the coop and went solo. 'Confessions & Doubts' and its 'TanzZwang' companion collection eases the burden of the long wait. Continue Reading ›

Lost Albums: WOLFSHEIM Spectators

WOLFSHEIM-SpectatorsThe German city of Hamburg has been the home of many a great band, but WOLFSHEIM is, by far, the one always mentioned with a dose of nostalgia and melancholy. The ominous voice of Peter Heppner still haunts the listener of dark wave electronica. The synth duo's most known song is still 1991’s 'The Sparrows And The Nightingales'. The fourth album from WOLFSHEIM, 'Spectators' released in 1999 went straight to number two in the German charts. Continue Reading ›


Camouflage_Greyscale-shine_Quadrat.inddDreaming of a perfect electronic album this year? Dream no more, brace yourself, build that excitement, then rush out and get yourself a copy of this masterpiece by the German veterans of electronica, CAMOUFLAGE. 'Greyscale' is the eighth studio album by the trio of Heiko Maile, Marcus Meyn and Oliver Kreyssig from Bietigheim-Bissingen, and yet again, it is well appointed, loaded with architectural sounds and skillfully hitting the spot, even for the more discerning listeners of the genre. Continue Reading ›


camouflage1__12314_(Credit_Klaus_Mellenthin)CAMOUFLAGE, the German veterans of electronica, are back with a superb album 'Greyscale' this year, a true synth extravaganza of everything that's great about continental electronic music. TEC's very own Chi Ming Lai was responsible for liner notes of 'The Singles' compilation which was released in 2014 by Universal Music. So to complete the circle, The Electricity Club has the pleasure of chatting to CAMOUFLAGE’s lead singer Marcus Meyn about the old and the new. Continue Reading ›