LADYTRON – Ladytron

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

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

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

SYNTHETIC CITY LONDON 2018 RELOADED

A day of electronic music magnificence… Not content with simply staging just one electronic music event in 2018, Synthetic City decided to do a return bout with the creation of Synthetic City Reloaded in the autumn months. As ever, the … Read More

2018 – The Year In Review

A year in electronic music… Although it might have seemed as if 2018 was a quiet year for electronic music in some respects, there was actually more going on than expected. It saw the return of some classic electronic outfits, … Read More

Teclist: JO MARCHES, STATIC SHORE & LÅSKA

JO MARCHES – Monsters Hailing from Utrecht, Jo Marches offer up a combination of engaging synth-pop melodies with a slick production style. Fronted by Johanneke Kranendonk, a meeting with producer David Hoogerheide back in 2015 led to a collaboration that’s … Read More

OMD/RLPO In Concert 2018

This field remains… When OMD first collaborated with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra back in 2009, you would be forgiven for thinking the project sounded unfeasible. For a band that’s carved an impressive career utilising electronic music, the idea of … Read More

DICEPEOPLE – One From Many

Darkness visible Dark electro outfit Dicepeople have popped up on our radar in times past with a selection of electropop outings that bounce between melodic synth outings (such as the clean lines of 2017’s ‘Synthetic’) and striking cover versions (their … Read More

JEAN-MICHEL JARRE – Equinoxe Infinity

Revisiting an electronica classic… Jean-Michel Jarre’s anticipated follow-up album to his 1976 opus Oxygene arrived in 1978. Titled Equinoxe, the new album managed to avoid sounding merely like a retread of Jarre’s groundbreaking album, instead presenting a subtle evolution of … Read More

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