PSYDOLL – Machine Kingdom
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Cyber Pop Go Music seems to love a neat, orderly system of genres for artists and bands to be filed in. Occasionally, however, some bands turn up that prove difficult to nail down to any one niche. Tokyo’s Psydoll are … Read More

NORTHERN KIND – Lip Service
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Dark eyes were the start of it… The early 2000s seemed to be a particularly exciting time for the UK’s electronic music scene. A number of interesting acts were beginning to establish themselves in the grassroots community and there were … Read More

LEGPUPPY – She’s Lost Her Soul
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Memories of a distant past… One of the chief causes that electro punk anarchists LegPuppy have spoken about in recent years is the changing face of London’s live music scene. More recently, they’ve revisited this theme while also revisiting one … Read More

LADYTRON – Ladytron
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This is our sound… The news of a new Ladytron album on the horizon back in 2018 led to the perking up of ears across the electronic music community. There had been times when it seemed as if the band … Read More

TR/ST – Gone
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Love all, trust a few… When the sleazy synth workings of the then-titled Trust first arrived on the scene, it was like opening a dimensional portal into a bizarre shadow universe of sordid, brooding synths. That universe came courtesy of … Read More

THE RUDE AWAKENING FEAT. BRIDGET GRAY – Kaleidoscope
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Sensual synth-pop The Rude Awakening is a collaborative effort led by musician, promoter and radio presenter, Johnny Normal and singer/songwriter Bridget Gray. Visually, the duo’s striking image presents a fuse of the magical abstract; the setting – a clean futuristic … Read More

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