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PRINCESS CENTURY – s u r r e n d e r

Desperate love Challenged to describe the creative process behind the latest Princess Century release, Maya Postepski summed it up in our recent TEC interview: “I love pop music and it’s really hard to write good pop songs. So, this winter … Read More

HEAVEN 17 – Reproduction and Travelogue

Classic synth-pop albums come home… The first two Human League albums (Reproduction from 1979 and Travelogue from 1980) have, for some time, been hugely inspiring for me – they still sound like music of the future even now. There’s a … Read More

VOGON POETRY Interview

Don’t Panic! Swedish synth-pop ensemble Vogon Poetry have been delivering fine electronic moments since 2012, demonstrating a particular flair for combining engaging tunes with sci-fi themes. Consisting of Roger Tell, Daniel Önnerby and John Andersson, the trio have previously cited … Read More

LEG PUPPY Interview

if it feels good, do it… Enigmatic electro-post-punk outfit Leg Puppy have been an anarchic presence on the electronic music scene for many years. Known for their satire and pointed commentary, Leg Puppy have tackled everything from social media, politics, … Read More

DEAD LIGHTS – Dead Lights

Gothic pop adventures Previously shrouded in secrecy, the electro-goth duo of Dead Lights emerged in 2020 with a firm grip on brooding, muscular compositions that still had a dance beat to them. Emerging during the Covid-19 pandemic was probably not … Read More

MAYA POSTEPSKI Interview

No feeling is final… The musical CV of Maya Postepski is certainly a packed one. Previously, the Canadian musician and producer was better known for being part of baroque pop outfit Austra and also worked on the brooding synth soundscapes … Read More

EMT – Electrical Medicine

Electropop Moments… Much of the electropop releases of recent times seem to reflect the odd and often turbulent culture that we’re currently living in. In particular, the inescapable grasp of social media which seems to be so ingrained in everyday … Read More

LEG PUPPY – The Air in Utopia is Poison

Utopia falls The peculiar direction that anarchic outfit Leg Puppy like to move in has seen them conjure up a strange and beguiling world in recent years. It’s a world of dark grooves, satire and social commentary that often highlights … Read More

GENERATION BLITZ

A positive reaction to a difficult world The legendary Blitz Club provided a catalyst for many of the musical talents that were emerging in that odd crossover point between the 1970s and 1980s. Synonymous with the fashionable New Romantic movement, … Read More

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