EVERGREEN Why Synth Britannia Still Rules

Featuring Duran Duran, John Foxx, Gary Numan and Ultravox The Synthpop Phenomenon Re-emerges Some three decades ago witnessed fine electrical currents of post-punk experimental playback; an all-new generation of musicians who pumped new blood into the heart of pop culture, … Read More

CURXES and VILE ELECTRODES at TEC001

An Evening of Electropop Synthpop and electronic music website The Electricity Club (TEC) hosted their first ever live event at the weekend. Situated on New Oxford Street, The Bowery was the ideal venue for an extended night of English electropop. … Read More

THE SOUND OF ARROWS – Voyage

Swedish dreampop duo take us on a Voyage… While the Nordic regions have produced some sterling electropop acts in recent years, Swedish outfit The Sound Of Arrows (aka Stefan Storm and Oskar Gullstrand) appear to have stepped to the side … Read More

CHRIS PAYNE Interview

On reflection Professionally, Cornishman Chris Payne is hailed as an orchestral composer for film and television, with a truly unique diversity that can be woven into many different styles. However, many will cite him as a virtuoso of the synthpop … Read More

HUMAN LEAGUE Credo

When The Stars Start To Shine It’s been ten long years since THE HUMAN LEAGUE released their last album. The magnificent record that was Secrets brought down the record label it was released on and became their least successful album … Read More

DURAN DURAN – All You Need Is Now

Duran Duran provide all your needs… With Duran Duran’s last output Red Carpet Massacre, received less favourably by critics and fans alike, this current venture could easily have been a last chance on the stairway for them as far as … Read More

A-HA – The Last Hurrah

It’s hard to conceive it all comes to an end In October 2009, A-Ha announced they were to split following a final world tour. Here The Electricity Club looks back at the career of the Scandinavian phenomenon, and reports from … Read More

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