NORTHERN KIND – Düh

Everything’s going to be alright… The electropop duo of Northern Kind occupies a special status of sorts in the UK’s electronic community. Matt Culpin and Sarah Heeley’s outfit garnered critical acclaim in the 2000s renaissance period that electronic music enjoyed. … Read More

B-MOVIE – Promenade (The Rude Awakening Remixes)

It feels like the sun will never shine… When the legendary Some Bizarre Album arrived in 1981, it not only established the iconic record label but also provided an intriguing snapshot of the UK’s synth-pop/alternative scene of the time. That … Read More

TWIST HELIX – Machinery

Let’s throw away inhibition and engage… Having made a big impact with their 2018 album Ouseburn (see The Electricity Club review previously), Newcastle outfit Twist Helix return with their new studio album Machinery. Consisting of Bea Garcia (synth, vocals), James … Read More

AGENCY-V – No Divide – The Remixes

There’s no divide… Originally formed during the original Covid-19 lockdown period, Agency-V combines the talents of Marie Williamson (AfterDark), Lloyd Price (The Frixion) and Peter Steer (Tenek & Sinestar) to deliver powerful electronic rock. This collaborative effort had originally been … Read More

TENEK – Smoke and Mirrors (Instrumental)

Things are not what they seem… Having just covered the very recent re-release of Tenek’s EP2 at TEC, it’s a welcome surprise to see yet more material spouting from the archives of the the electronica duo that is Geoff Pinckney … Read More

VOGON POETRY – Deep Thought

The show will soon begin… With Vogon Poetry’s last studio album release, 2018’s Life, the Universe and Everything (see The Electricity Club review previously), the Swedish outfit demonstrated a particular flair for combining engaging electropop with sci-fi themes. Certainly tunes … Read More

ANNIE – Dark Hearts

As the sun begins to fade… Dark Hearts, the latest studio album from Annie, is billed as “the soundtrack to a film that doesn’t exist.” It’s an apt description for a collection of songs that have a cinematic vision to … Read More

ULTRAVOX – Vienna 40th Anniversary

It fades to the distance… Ultravox’s Vienna album was originally released on Chrysalis Records on the 11th July 1980. Produced by the legendary German producer Conny Plank (Neu!, Kraftwerk), whom had worked with the band previously, (and would work with … Read More

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