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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

ELECTRIC YOUTH – Memory Emotion

Ethereal memories… One of 2014’s particular joys was the warm synth tunes gathered on Innerworld, the debut album from Canadian electronic duo Electric Youth (see The Electricity Club’s review previously). Consisting of Austin Garrick and Bronwyn Griffin, Electric Youth had … Read More

CYBERWASTE – Immerse

A sleeping memory turns around… Originally formed in 2017, Cyberwaste is the musical brainchild of musician and producer Ashlinn Nash. Drawing from a wide range of influences, including Aphex Twin, Nine Inch Nails, Massive Attack and Moby, Nash has cultivated … Read More

LOLA DUTRONIC – Sounds Like An Anthem

International Anthem Back in 2015, one of the albums that really stood out among the many electronic outings that that particular year offered was the sublime Lost In Translation (see our review previously) from Toronto/Düsseldorf duo Richard Citroen and Stephanie … Read More

preston.outatime – Coplanar

Forces and form Sometimes, the path to new electronic artists comes through unexpected means. When Battery Operated Orchestra released their remix album Snared (see TEC review previously), the remixes included the work of independent electronic musician and producer preston.outatime (aka … Read More

ELYXR – Eternal Life Eternal Youth

Eternal electronic goodness… Back in 2017, electronic musician and producer Kasson Crooker (Symbion Project, Freezepop) embarked on a new music project envisioned as a collaborative effort. ELYXR featured different singers involved for each subsequent release, bringing an intriguing and fresh … Read More

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