KNIGHT$ live in London

Spooky synths in action In a live environment, the irrepressible KNIGHT$ always manages to stand out in sharp relief through a combo of slick pop tunes and a charismatic stage presence. Choosing Halloween to stage a headlining show seems like … Read More

TR/ST – The Destroyer Part Two

Dark disconnection After a five year absence, 2019 brought forth not just one new TR/ST album, but two, both of which cohesively form The Destroyer. Coincidently perhaps, Robert Alfons previously divided his time up writing and recording material for this … Read More

PARRALOX – Genesis

Caught in a vision of love Based in Melbourne, Australian electropop outfit Parralox originally came to life in 2008. Their debut album Electricity achieved critical acclaim and paved the way for an impressive catalogue of energetic electronic pop releases. Collaborations … Read More

QUIETER THAN SPIDERS – Signs Of Life

Evocative electropop… One of the pleasant surprises to land this year was the long-awaited album from 3-piece electronic outfit Quieter Than Spiders. Signs Of Life has been in development for several years since some initial tracks were first unveiled around … Read More

CULT WITH NO NAME – Mediaburn

Lounge pop perfection Billing themselves as “post-punk electronic balladeers”, Cult With No Name (aka Erik Stein and Jon Boux) have carved out an intriguing career since originally forming back in 2004. Following positive reviews for their 2007 debut album Paper … Read More

PREMIERE: How Much I Love You – Equinox

Evocative electronica Spoken word artist Equinox struck critical acclaim back in 2017 on the strength of his debut album It’s Hard To Be Happy When Your Head Is Full Of Sin. That album featured an intriguing variety of collaborators, including … Read More

OMD – Don’t Go

There’s a vision… It’s perhaps difficult to grasp that Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark have clocked up four decades of delivering accomplished electronic music. But the band that had originally started out with the release of ‘Electricity’ on the fledgling … Read More

NATURE OF WIRES – Modus

A sequence of pleasure… It’s perhaps a little disconcerting to realise that electronic outfit Nature Of Wires originally came together in 1986 and continued on with founder-members Gary Watts (synths & programming) and Andrew Stirling-Brown (vocals) up to 1993, when … Read More

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