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SINESTAR – A Million Like Us
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Synthpoppers Sinestar return with their blistering third album… Since forming in 2011, Bristol-born Sinestar have released 3 EPs entitled I am the Rain (2012), Hope and Prey (2013), Running Home (2014) and single... Read More

TWIST HELIX – Ouseburn
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Newcastle’s power-pop trio return… Previously, electropop outfit Twist Helix had surprised us with the dramatic and uplifting vocal melodies of ‘Little Buildings’. Consisting of Bea Garcia (vocals & keyboards), Michael Humble (bass) and... Read More

Jóhann Jóhannsson 1969 – 2018
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With the sad news that Icelandic musician and composer Jóhann Jóhannsson has recently passed away comes the realisation that the work of this exceptional musician has been silenced forever. The shock of this... Read More

FIFI RONG – Awake
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The sultry charms of Fifi Rong awaken once again… Having surprised listeners with the dynamic electropop of ‘The Same Road’ in 2017, Fifi Rong launches her latest EP Awake with a strong entry... Read More

LEGPUPPY – You Should Be Paranoid
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Cultural commentary from the electronic anarchists… Describing the inspiration for their new album You Should Be Paranoid, electro punk outfit LegPuppy include the western world’s obsession with narcissim, social media as an addiction,... Read More

CHVRCHES – Get Out
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Electropop trio bounce back with synth-fuelled goodness… Chvrches have unveiled a new tune in the form of ‘Get Out’, which paves the way for the release of their forthcoming new album. Formed in... Read More

DICEPEOPLE/MOI SAINT – Shallow Under Skin
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A collaborative affair delivering sinister delights… Dicepeople have crafted their own particular take on dark electronic music in recent years, leaning towards a more electropop direction on the back of releases such as... Read More

SAVOY – See The Beauty In Your Drab Hometown
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Pål Waaktaar’s most adventurous album to date Savoy were originally conceived as a vehicle for Pål Waaktaar’s songs whilst a-ha were on hiatus in the mid-to-late 1990s. Featuring Waaktaar’s wife Lauren Savoy (on... Read More

Praise for The Electricity Club…

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