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KRAFTWERK vs K-ON! + 45RPM Exhibition

Kraftwerk meets J-Pop… Despite co-founder member Ralf Hütter having recently celebrated his 66th birthday, the continuing cultural influence of Kraftwerk on the world cannot be underestimated. And no more so than with this wonderful fan made tribute video using the … Read More

Introducing JESSE RUINS

Bassy dreampop delights There’s an intriguing electronic music scene in Japan at the moment which is the polar opposite of the more familiar primary colours of the contemporary J-Pop scene. Jesse Ruins is a good example of this with their … Read More

Introducing SAPPHIRE SLOWS

Ethereal moods from Japan… One of the more interesting and intriguing acts to emerge from the Japanese electronic music scene comes courtesy of the ethereal soundscapes of Sapphire Slows. Composing tunes in her bedroom on her trusty laptop this Tokyo-based … Read More

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

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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