NEW ORDER to release new live album

Manchester’s premier league electropop outfit back in action… NEW ORDER have continued to establish their legacy in recent years with the release of their 10th studio album Music Complete in 2015 and, more recently, a residency at the forthcoming Manchester … Read More

SILICON DREAMS 2017

July hots up with a barrage of electronic artists for SILICON DREAMS 2017… 2017 marks the return of Silicon Dreams, the electronic music festival whose roots lay in the Vintage Computer Festival back in 2010 (which featured OMD). The idea … Read More

TEC Events Calendar

With 2017 gearing up to be a busy year for electronic music, we’ve added on an events calendar to the TEC website. The calendar offers a select guide to some of the forthcoming performances from bands that the Electricity Club … Read More

2017 NEW RELEASES

A look at some of the year’s forthcoming electronic music releases… 2017 is already shaping up to be a good year for record releases with a combination of classic artists and contemporary bands putting out new albums, reissues and compilations. … Read More

OMD’s New Studio Album Details

OMD’s 2013 album English Electric was hailed as a successful outing for the classic synthpop outfit. However, there were concerns that the band might be in danger of calling it a day following its release. In an interview back in … Read More

HOWARD JONES Interview

HOWARD JONES is one of the more well-known electronic artists to emerge out of the classic synthpop era. The catchy upbeat single ‘New Song’ guaranteed Howard plenty of radio airplay and this success was mirrored in his first two albums … Read More

30 Lost Songs Of The CD Era

Recovered from the archives – and restored to the original version penned by writer Barry Page – Tasty Fish : 30 Lost Songs Of The CD Era presents a list of tunes that may have escaped your attention on their … Read More

The Electricity Club Archives

As regular TEC visitors will be aware, a portion of the website’s archive of articles were apparently discarded. The good news is that many of these articles have managed to be retrieved from backup files and reassembled here on the … Read More

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