DEPECHE MODE – Live At The Royal Albert Hall
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A Black Celebration Well this was never going to be an ordinary Depeche Mode gig… Firstly, it was a one-off charity show in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust. And secondly, it was held at London’s iconic venue, the Royal … Read More

DURAN DURAN – All You Need Is Now
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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

A-HA – The Last Hurrah
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It’s hard to conceive it all comes to an end In October 2009, a-ha announced they were to split following a final world tour. Here The Electricity Club looks back at the career of the Scandinavian phenomenon, and reports from … Read More

PARRALOX – Metropolis
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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

Andy McCluskey writes for The Athens Voice
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“I believe we’re in a post-modern era of music” It wasn’t an easy task but at the end, I’m very happy to steal this moment while on tour to write for you! So congratulations for ten years of The Athens … Read More

HOWARD JONES Live at Indigo2
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Featuring Human’s Lib and Dream Into Action HOWARD JONES is often thought of as the one man musical mastermind of synth-pop but when looked at fully, he’s so much more than that. Howard Jones has been around since the early … Read More

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