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DUBSTAR – Two

Geodynamic pop A sense of perspective is sometimes a necessary thing to appreciate a body of work. At times, its true nature may not reveal itself when exploring its individual parts. A good time then to delve into Dubstar’s new … Read More

SOFT CELL – *Happiness Not Included

Classic synth-pop duo serve up a new helping… Some things are just too predictable, the reaction of cynicism from some quarters that followed Soft Cells’ full return to our world after the ‘one night only’ O2 extravaganza certainly fell into … Read More

MORE – Appraisal

In the darkest of nights I’ll find the light… Sweden is never short of electronic pop acts and MORE represents another facet of the country’s busy and vibrant scene. Describing themselves as a band with “a retro shimmering tone and … Read More

NATURE OF WIRES – Building Reflections

Return to the network… The latest offering from Nature Of Wires comes in the form of a series of dark ambient pieces apparently conceived on a dreary November day in 2021. It’s a step sideways for Gary Watts’ darkwave pop … Read More

MARC ALMOND – What A Moonlit Night

Like a silvery wave… It’s almost impossible to avoid news of the grim situation that’s befallen Ukraine in recent times. We’re witness to an unfolding tragedy that can make people feel impotent in the face of unimaginable turmoil and hardship. … Read More

GENERATION BLITZ – Concrete and Chrome

Electric dreams of different persuasion… Last year’s electronic music schedule was greatly improved by the release of the first Generation Blitz compilation album. Featuring a selection of tunes from established and upcoming acts, Dusk to Dawn (see our review) managed … Read More

RÖYKSOPP & ALISON GOLDFRAPP – Impossible

Perfect dream… With lots of new music emerging during what is normally a quiet period of the year, it’s also worth switching focus to more established acts who have also been quite active during the winter period. Enter Norwegian electronic … Read More

Teclist: AXLS, MARTYN BAILEY & MATTHIAS & MARSS

Synth-pop dreams… As February arrives, there’s suddenly a huge input of new electronic tunes to sort through. For our latest Teclist outing, we dive into some unashamedly euphoric synth-pop. One thing that’s increasingly clear from our recent reviews is that … Read More

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