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OOBERFUSE – Call My Name

Bittersweet breezy pop Following a busy period of live performances, the east-meets-west electronic duo of Ooberfuse have returned with the release of a new single titled ‘Call My Name’. Hal St John and Cherrie Anderson first popped up on our … Read More

LEGPUPPY – Non Disclosure Agreement

If truth be told… The self-proclaimed enigmatic electro-post-punk outfit that is LegPuppy have returned with new album Non Disclosure Agreement. While the anarchic collective’s live shows are an experience that truly has to be witnessed first hand, their recorded output … Read More

V-SOR,X – Reformer

For your head, your heart and your feet V-Sor,X refer to themselves as “alternative synth-pop” and their combination of synths with some guitar and bass certainly gives their music a much more organic sound than many of their contemporaries. As … Read More

SPRAY – Failure Is Inevitable

Where the wonder goes… This year has been a busy year for electronic music with a deluge of new releases on an almost weekly basis. While the quality of many of those releases has been high, occasionally something comes along … Read More

STATIC SHORE – Panikon

Blissed-out beats and ethereal vocals Seattle-based outfit Static Shore appeared on our radar back in 2018 on the back of ‘Sun In My Wake’, a chilled-out composition with captivating, sensual vocals. (see TEC review previously). Consisting of Eric Smith and … Read More

ELECTRIC YOUTH – The Life

Cinematic synth-pop Following their success as part of the soundtrack to the cult film Drive and subsequent release of their 2014 album Innerworld (see TEC review previously), Canadian duo Electric Youth have been dabbling in a number of other musical … Read More

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