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LADYTRON – Gravity The Seducer

Synth-pop seduction The evolution of Liverpool synth-pop outfit Ladytron’s sound morphs into a much lusher approach to electronic pop on this, their fifth studio album (following on from 2008’s Velocifero). From their early origins, Helen Marnie, Mira Aroyo, Daniel Hunt … 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

PARRALOX – Metropolis

Singing The Body Electric Prolific Australian duo Parralox return with Metropolis, their third album in as many years. Since their 2008 debut album Electricity, Parralox have been building a worldwide reputation for quality synthpop. John Von Ahlen, the creative mastermind … Read More

A-HA – 25

“It’s time to celebrate…” On the 4th of December 2010, on the third of 3 sell-out shows at the Oslo Spektrum in Norway, the curtain will finally fall on a-ha’s glittering 25-year career. Undoubtedly a sad day in the calendar, … Read More

OMD – History Of Modern

Synthpop pioneers OMD return… And so the finest band to emerge from the Synth Britannia era return. It is the first studio album since 1986’s The Pacific Age to feature the classic line-up of Andy McCluskey, Paul Humphreys, Martin Cooper … Read More

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