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An Interview with COPPÉ

Hailed as the ‘Godmother of Japanese Electronica’, Coppé has paved her own unique creative path over the years. Even from an early age, Coppé had a desire to pursue music. From the age of three she studied classical piano and … Read More

An interview with PRINCESS CHELSEA

Machines Of Loving Grace One of the surprising musical joys of 2012 was the album Lil’ Golden Book which introduced us to Princess Chelsea (aka Chelsea Nikkel). Hailing from New Zealand, Princess Chelsea comes from the Lil’ Chief stable of … Read More

An Interview With BILLY CURRIE

The True Transmission Billy Currie is a classically trained, multi-talented instrumentalist / composer. With a serious musical background, he was once offered a place at London’s prestigious Royal Academy of Music back in 1969. He opted not to go; the … Read More

An Interview with STEVE STRANGE

Aiming for gold… Original New Romantic vocalist Steve Strange of Visage fame is synonymous with one of the most flamboyant stylistic images; he defined and inspired an era. He’s a figurehead that not only created a legend with the masterminding … Read More

An Interview With TENEK

Four years on from their debut EP release, edgy synth duo Tenek return with EP2, which features two brand new tracks and reworked album material. Geoff Pinckney and Peter Steer, who together make up Tenek, have built a loyal following … 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

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